applied towards adaptive behaviors within W r i t i n g

applied towards adaptive behaviors within W r i t i n g

1) Intelligence has been defined in many ways: the capacity for abstraction, logic, understanding, self-awareness, learning, emotional knowledge, reasoning, planning, creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving. More generally, it can be described as the ability to perceive or infer information, and to retain it as knowledge to be applied towards adaptive behaviors within an environment or context. How do you define intelligence? Are there different types of intelligences? Do they differ in “importance”? Can intelligence be changed?

2) – How does asking questions help you learn more? What happens when a young child continues to ask questions and a parent is inconsistent in answering? Or always answers honestly? Or says it’s not important?

– Let’s discuss thinking and learning as it relates to bi-lingual children. What do you believe are the pros and cons of exposing young children to more than one language? How (if it all) does it impact the child’s thinking? Is the child thinking in Engligh? another language? or a combination of both?

– Let’s think about how it relates to the nature/nurture debate. How do we learn? What factors facilitate learning? What factors impair learning? What happens if thinking is impaired early on? Can it be “fixed”?

3) – Let’s talk about how we make or fail to make memories… Discuss forgetting as either a form of encoding failure or storage decay.

– How do we understand the concept of infantile amnesia? Do you think hypnosis is able to be helpful or beneficial in recovering memories before age 3? Why or why not?

– Discuss strategies for improving memory. How do they apply to studying? How about every day interactions such as conversations and lectures?

I need small responses for each question so like 10 to 15 or even 20 lines depending on the question. For number 2 and 3 the questions are related. Good luck and thank you.

You can just write the numbers before the response