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Wednesday, February 9

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    So happy to see you getting started! Just a quick note, if you are not using your own photo, please cite the source.
    Our words for this week are Imprinting or Attaching.
    {kids_going_to_school.jpg} Child being brought to school by parents.
    Child being brought to school by parents.
    This picture shows the parent child and child teacher relationship. When a child is brought to school, parents really give their children to their teacher and place them in their care. This exemplifies two different behavior attachments. Debbie Olivieri (fotosearch.com)
    {neumann2.jpg} "Insecure-Ambivalent Infant" or "How I spent the first 30 Years of My Life" by Brian Tait
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    The image above shows a newborn's grasp reflex, which is part of Phase 1 of attachment according to John Bowlby. When an object touches the baby's open palm, automatically the baby's hand closes around it. We have all experienced this holding grasp at one point or another and feel connected to the child and do not want to let go. I understand now that this is a basic reflex for a newborn. -Jessica McAllister
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    This is a picture of Bowlby's Attachment Theory. "'Smiling promotes attachment because it maintains the proximity of the caretaker ." The baby smiles and the parent or caretaker smiles back . The smile shows a loving and caring interaction. This "BEHAVIOR INCREASES THE BABY'S CHANCES FOR HEALTH AND SURVIVAL"
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    The mother is comforting her infant who is crying, an instinctive distress call. The way in which a mother responds to the instinctive signals that a child coveys can determine how that child will be able to attatch to its mother figure. According to Bowlby and Ainsworth, this may also determine how that child forms human relationships for the rest of his/her life.~ Susan Taylor
    {Duck_Imprinting.jpg} Vincent Joseph Cacia III
    I found this to be a bit humorous. This is a picture that represents "Imprinting" Here we see a child who has been swiming with a duck floaty attached to his waist. When he departs from his swimming activities he is followed by three ducklings. It is here that the "gap" inate within these ducklings seems to be somewhat filled, for their first mobile image (supposing if they have just hatched) is this young boy and his floaty.
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    This picture represents the "separations" theory from Bowlby where a child has "failures to imprint". The child forms such a bond with their parents or guardians, that they suffer from separation. I would think that saying "good-bye" is the difficult separation. If you ever had to leave your child in daycare, you know the look in their eye and the sound of their cry. Rosemarie Spina
    {detached_child.jpg} This picture illustrates a young girl detached from others. This picture compares to Bowlby's reference, "affection-less characters." Bowlby believed that children raised in institutions frequently showed a variety of emotional problems. It is completely understandable that a child of neglect would be unable to form lasting relationships in life.
    Picture is taken from www.mississippifamilylawblog.com ~Amy Howlett
    {lettinggo-460x276.jpg} A child's attachment to his mother or father can prove to be an obstacle when starting school. this picture could be interpreted many ways, but I saw it as the child not wanting to leave his father's side, almost hiding behind him in order to stay away from the scary and unfamiliar place known as school. :) I feel like this sometimes too, kid.----Ann Marissa Ambacher Picture was taking fromhttp://www.guardian.co.uk/education/2009/dec/11/heads-attack-child-protection-rules
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    I selected this picture because I feel that it shows attachment. Many people might have varied opinions on what this picture means. My meaning of the picture is the mother is the child is crying the mothers instinct makes the child feel secure and stress free.~Lindsay Chitwood
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    This picture shows attachment between the bond of a mother and son. The picture also shows the bond of mother with her unborn child. The child is touching his mothers stomach and touch is a form of affection and shows attachment.
    From Robin Bigsby
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    This little one appears capable of developing an attachment to a wide variety of individuals, even storm troopers.
    Mark Monaghan (personal photo).

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Monday, April 12

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    Syllabus: {Pedagogy 2010 syllabus.doc}
    Co- Facilitation: {530Co-facilitation_altered.doc}
    Developing a Base For Understanding: {Developing a Base for Understanding.doc}
    Reflection Rubric: {Reflection Rubric for Assigned Readings.doc}
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Thursday, February 25

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    Welcome to the Pedagogy of Cognition Homepage!
    What does Morris street and 10th street look like? Sorry, I meant how much snow? Are they clear?
    it is one block north of Goretti. I believe there is a store on one of the corners. <76.99.12.58hahaha. that's good.
    There are alot of ice patches. just be careful driving. Roe

    Alert: A link to the ebook online for under $20.00 Theories of Development
    We will be using this wikispace to collect images or videos, and to discuss the cognitive process shown in them. Images can be uploaded from your computer easily using the picture uploader tool. If you create an account at youtube you can upload your own videos to youtube and then embed them in the wikispace using the widget tool. Please see the screencast page for directions in case you get stuck.
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Wednesday, February 24

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    Debbie Olivieri (fotosearch.com)
    {neumann2.jpg} "Insecure-Ambivalent Infant" or "How I spent the first 30 Years of My Life" by Brian Tait
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    different behavior attachmentsattachments. Debbie Olivieri
    {neumann2.jpg} "Insecure-Ambivalent Infant" or "How I spent the first 30 Years of My Life" by Brian Tait
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    {identity-crisis.jpg} Throughout our lives, our identities are changing and transforming due to our environments and experiences. We must keep that in mind when our students test and experiment with their identities. ann marissa
    {lastpic.jpg} "To understand indentity formation, it is important to recognize that it is a lifelong process...Each person's identity is a partial synthesis of various partial Identifications."(Crain,2004) So the one thing that every man in his mid-thirties, just shy of his mid-life crisis fears apparently is true, "I AM BECOMING MY FATHER!!!!!!" Tait
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