Balance, Meta-cognition and Self-Esteem


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Essay #: 063291
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Balance, Meta-cognition and Self-Esteem
Explore how confusion or bewilderment offers teachable moments as we strive to maintain equilibrium. Address how both accommodation and assimilation work to restore equilibrium. Give original examples to illustrate points. All around us in the media and in our cultures balance seems to be the objective of living well. The balance between work, relaxation and sleep is a necessity for both physical and spiritual health. Balance is a learned skill it is not innate. Much of what I have learned about balance in my life has come to me through confusion and suffering that is spiritual and emotional and that eventually effects me physically.
The reason I strive for balance in my life is so that life itself...
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.....t he believed cognitive development was the balance between the person and the person’s environment. The development of a person is based on the actions of that person, but the actions of the world he lives in. The foundational principle that example or environment has an influence on a child’s learning is similar. Piaget’s theoretical foundation is more extreme than
. Piaget believed that at any moment in the child’s development the environment is assimilated into the child’s actions.
believed that role models were the developing contributor to childhood learning. Cognitive development for both theorists was linked to environment; the extreme to which environment influenced childhood development is where the two differed.