Published on March 7, 2014
MODULE 22 “Cognitive development of intermediate schoolers" Prepared by: Rommel B. Ferrer
MODULE 22 INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLERS "Children in this stage are already in their late childhood.”
MODULE 22 INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLERS Concrete operational Thinker can now organized thoughts effectively, although they can only logically perceive the immediate situation.
MODULE 22 Initial cognitive characteristics Their thinking skills have become more effective as compared during their primary years.
MODULE 22 Reading development Children in this stage, is marked by a wide application of "word attack"
MODULE 22 Attention Older children have longer and more flexible attention span compared to younger children.
MODULE 22 Creativity Children at this stage are open to explore new things.
MODULE 22 Creativity in children is encourage when the activities: Encourage different responses from each child. Celebrate uniqueness Value process over product.
MODULE 22 Creativity in children is encourage when the activities (continued…): Reduced stress and anxiety in children. Support to share ideas, not only with teacher/parents but also with other children. Minimize competition and external rewards.
MODULE 22 The impact of Media
MODULE 22 The impact of Media It was considered as one of the first technological advancement in school. The impact of the use of television and computer has gained popularity because the students are given more opportunity to:
MODULE 22 Communicate writing. effectively in speech and Work collaboratively Use technological tools Analyze problems, set goals, and formulate strategies for achieving those goals. Seek out information or skills on their own, as needed, to meet their goals.
MODULE 22 Media and Aggression Violence and aggression are often dubbed as one of the result of media.
MODULE 22 Negative results of media Children… will increase anti-social and aggressive behavior. may become less sensitive to violence and those who suffer from violence. may view the world as violent and mean, becoming more fearful of being a victim of violence.
MODULE 22 Negative results of media (continued…) Children… children will desire to see more violence in entertainment and real life. children will view violence as an acceptable way to settle conflicts.
MODULE 22 Role of Teachers.. Need to be an eager participants in children’s growth and development Must understand how to use the children’s natural curiosity to help make the appropriate developmental leaps in their skills and abilities. Must create an atmosphere where risks can be taken and discoveries made while children remain safe.
MODULE 22 End
MODULE 22 Sources Child and Adolescent Development by Brenda B. Corpuz et al. Images: Courtesy of www.google.com
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