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Overview Vygotsky’s and Bruner’s theories of cognitive development emphasize a learner’s environment as pivotal in cognitive development. But where do the theories differ? Using the behavioral goal you developed in the Let’s Get Radical assignment, apply Vygotsky’s or Bruner’s theory to describe your approach to achieving your desired goal. Requirements Using your text and at least two outside references, write a 4–5 page report in which you address the following:

● Describe the behavioral goal you set for Rad in the assignment, Let’s Get Radical. ● Choose Bruner’s or Vygotsky’s theory of cognitive development and explain the

fundamental tenets of the chosen theory. ● Describe the key ways that the approach to the desired goal would change with the

chosen theory. ● Explain the assumptions of the chosen theory and how they may impact Rad or you as

the instructor.

The specific course learning outcome associated with this assignment is:

● Determine the impact of cognitive development theories on given behavioral goals.

MUST FOLLOW RUBRIC PLEASE!!!!!

Unacceptable Needs Improvement

Competent Exemplary

Describe the behavioral goal

you set for Rad in the assignment,

Let’s Get Radical.

Points:

0 ​(0.00%) Did not describe the behavioral goal you set for Rad in the assignment, Let’s Get Radical.

Points:

23.0625 (11.25%)

Partially described the behavioral goal you set for Rad in the assignment, Let’s Get Radical.

Points:

26.1375 (12.75%)

Satisfactorily described the behavioral goal you set for Rad in the assignment, Let’s Get Radical.

Points:

30.75 ​(15.00%) Thoroughly described the behavioral goal you set for Rad in the assignment, Let’s Get Radical.

Choose Bruner’s or Vygotsky’s

theory of cognitive

development and explain the

fundamental tenets of the

chosen theory.

Points:

0 ​(0.00%) Did not choose Bruner’s or Vygotsky’s theory of cognitive development and did not explain the fundamental tenets of the chosen theory.

Points:

46.125 (22.50%)

Chose Bruner’s or Vygotsky’s theory of cognitive development and partially explained the fundamental tenets of the chosen theory.

Points:

52.275 (25.50%)

Chose Bruner’s or Vygotsky’s theory of cognitive development and satisfactorily explained the fundamental tenets of the chosen theory.

Points:

61.5 ​(30.00%) Chose Bruner’s or Vygotsky’s theory of cognitive development and thoroughly explained the fundamental tenets of the chosen theory.

Describe the key ways that the

approach to the desired goal

would change with the chosen

theory and explain the

assumptions of the chosen theory and how they may

impact Rad or you as the instructor.

Points:

0 ​(0.00%) Did not describe the key ways that the approach to the desired goal would change with the chosen theory and did not explain the assumptions of the chosen theory and how they may impact Rad or you as the instructor.

Points:

46.125 (22.50%)

Partially described the key ways that the approach to the desired goal would change with the chosen theory and partially explained the assumptions of the chosen theory and how they may impact Rad or you as the instructor.

Points:

52.275 (25.50%)

Satisfactorily described the key ways that the approach to the desired goal would change with the chosen theory and satisfactorily explained the assumptions of the chosen theory and how they may impact Rad or you as the instructor.

Points:

61.5 ​(30.00%) Thoroughly described the key ways that the approach to the desired goal would change with the chosen theory and thoroughly explained the assumptions of the chosen theory and how they may impact Rad or you as the instructor.

Include two outside

references.

Points:

0 ​(0.00%) No references provided.

Points:

15.375 ​(7.50%) Does not meet the required number of references; some or all references are poor-quality choices.

Points:

17.425 ​(8.50%) Meets the required number of required; all references are high-quality choices.

Points:

20.5 ​(10.00%) Exceeds the required number of references; all references are high-quality choices.

Writing mechanics,

grammar, and formatting.

Points:

0 ​(0.00%) Serious and persistent errors in grammar, spelling, punctuation, and formatting.

Points:

7.6875 ​(3.75%) Partially free of errors in grammar, spelling, punctuation, and formatting.

Points:

8.7125 ​(4.25%) Mostly free of errors in grammar, spelling, punctuation, and formatting.

Points:

10.25 ​(5.00%) Error-free or almost error-free grammar, spelling, punctuation, and formatting.

Information literacy and

integration of sources.

Points:

0 ​(0.00%) Serious errors in the integration of sources, such as intentional or accidental plagiarism, or failure to use in-text citations.

Points:

7.6875 ​(3.75%) Sources are partially integrated using effective techniques of quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing.

Points:

8.7125 ​(4.25%) Sources are mostly integrated using effective techniques of quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing.

Points:

10.25 ​(5.00%) Sources are consistently integrated using effective techniques of quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing.

Clarity and coherence of

writing.

Points:

0 ​(0.00%) Information is confusing to the reader and fails to include reasons and evidence that logically support ideas.

Points:

7.6875 ​(3.75%) Information is partially clear, with minimal reasons and evidence that logically support ideas.

Points:

8.7125 ​(4.25%) Information is mostly clear and generally supported with reasons and evidence that logically support ideas.

Points:

10.25 ​(5.00%) Information is provided in a clear, coherent, and consistent manner, with reasons and evidence that logically support ideas.

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