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  1. Sep 2023
    1. There has also been special debate about the right way to think of development in infancy.

      A thought does come around on the "right way to think" This seems like the perfect opportunity for the differences in right or wrong and how the outcome of the infant might be affected by it. The right way to think seems more of a realization on what is socially normal or socially acceptable when thinking of the right way to think. Now that thought is the process figures out, but what must an adult realize?

    2. structure

      The concept of structure really stands out to me. There is the everyday structure as I would call it in what this article is referring to, but what does it really mean by structure and if the structure is consider right or wrong. Everyone has a multitude of structure and what that looks like. For instance it reminds me of two set of parents where the kids have to figure out the structure in both houses. It shard because they go from one to another, but ending up becoming accustomed to both forms of structure. The author states, "structure gives rise to some patterns of observable evidence rather than others" Bad, & Olusegun, S (2015). Constructivism Learning Theory: A Paradigm for Teaching and Learning.

    3. share our own experience

      Its interesting how it is sharing our own experience. An experience of one self can change the perspective of the world and how one perceives it. Its like a teacher for instance. One could have a terribly behaved 4th grade class and the other could have an exceptional 4th grade class. When placing two classes together you can see an astronomical difference in a multitude of things. Now looking at perspective and experience. One could say, wow I really hate 4th grade and the other could say the opposite. So what could the actually fact on a teachers perspective and what would be relevant or not? due to the experience one may have gone through.