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Ch 10: Factors Influencing Student Learning

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Designed by expert instructors, this chapter on the factors that influence student learning can help you get ready to take an important test. These lessons are easy to understand, accessible 24 hours a day and mobile-friendly so you can study at your leisure.

Factors Influencing Student Learning - Chapter Summary

This chapter can help if you need to review or learn more about the factors that influence student learning. The topics presented here include social skill development in children, the importance of hands-on experiences learning and the role of positive relationships in learning. You should be able to achieve the following objectives after completing these lessons:

  • Identify the role of play in cognitive development
  • Outline the development of social skills in children
  • Describe the impact hands-on experiences have in young children's learning
  • Discuss the effects supportive interactions and positive relationships have on student learning
  • Detail personal factors that can influence student success and learning
  • Explain some of the factors related to student academic progress

Our learning materials are mobile-friendly, so you can study at your convenience on any smartphone, tablet or computer, 24 hours a day. All of the lessons are accompanied by multiple-choice, self-assessment quizzes. There's also a comprehensive test at the end of the chapter to ensure you're ready to move on.

6 Lessons in Chapter 10: Factors Influencing Student Learning
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The Role of Play in Cognitive Development

1. The Role of Play in Cognitive Development

When we think of childhood, we often think of playing. But did you know that playing is vital to a child's healthy development? In this lesson, we will learn about the various types of play that aid a child's cognitive growth.

What Are Social Skills in Children? - Development, Definition & Teaching Techniques

2. What Are Social Skills in Children? - Development, Definition & Teaching Techniques

In this lesson, we will define social skills and their development during childhood years. We will also go over why social skills are so important for children, and what strategies are used to teach them.

The Importance of Hands-on Experiences in Young Children's Learning

3. The Importance of Hands-on Experiences in Young Children's Learning

As a teacher of young children, you are always looking for ways to keep your students engaged and help them deepen their learning. This lesson shows you the importance of hands-on experiences in your students' development.

How Positive Relationships & Supportive Interactions Impact Student Learning

4. How Positive Relationships & Supportive Interactions Impact Student Learning

In this lesson, we'll be learning about the importance of positive relationships between teachers and students. We'll go over strategies you can try in your own classroom and discuss how to personalize them for your students.

Personal Factors Affecting Student Learning & Success

5. Personal Factors Affecting Student Learning & Success

Personal factors, like personality and social skills, impact a student's success and ability to learn. This lesson outlines factors that affect student learning and success and details how they impact learning.

Factors Related to Student Academic Progress

6. Factors Related to Student Academic Progress

How a student performs in school can be impacted by many factors. This lesson defines academic progress and identifies factors related to student success such as family involvement and student motivation.

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