Write a three- to five- page reflection on the knowledge or understanding you may have gained about your learning and the nature of the learning process from several perspectives. We have covered:
<ol>Development (Piaget indicates we learn based on our cognitive stage)Behaviourism (Skinner and Bandura think we learn based on rewards and punishments)Observation (Bandura says we can simply observe others and learn by example)Information Processing (computer model for thinking and memory)Social and group collaboration (Vygotskii said we learn from the people and tools of our culture)Constructivist (our reality and experiences are co-constructed with the people and society around us in a bit of a complex stew)</ol>
Are you more sensitive to your environment? Are you picking up different study habits? Do you think about the children in your life and the ways they think differently than you do? Cite the theories you decide to reflect on (select at least three). Include, if you like, photos, art work, or poems that feel timeless in the ways from which you have learned lessons. Be creative, analytical, or conversational. You will be assessed via a rubric but there is still an element of written expression that should be professional and follow writing conventions.