Schema Theory and Scaffolding&nbspPrior to engaging in this dis

Schema Theory and Scaffolding Prior to engaging in this discussion, be sure to watch the What are schemas? video, (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmcUlq56yyg&feature=youtu.be) read “The Value of Peers and Support From Scaffolding,” “Learning Theory – Schema Theory,” (http://education.stateuniversity.com/pages/2175/Learning-Theory-SCHEMA-THEORY.html)  and “Constructivism in Theory and Practice” articles, and review any relevant Instructor Guidance. This guidance can be very helpful as it may include strategies that support your preferred learning. Information on how we learn can be applied to areas such as in health, leadership, business, employee training, and the family. It can also help you to assist people to understand the needs of others’ more successfully and create more successful learning, organizational, and personal environments.  In this discussion, you will demonstrate your understanding of schema theory and scaffolding by sharing about your educational background and the ways you have been taught new knowledge in the past. First, evaluate schema theory and its potential application to learning psychology. Second, compare one method of learning you have experienced that did not align with anything you knew or believed to a method that built on your existing schema (scaffolding). Third, thinking critically about the inherent differences in the outcomes in these two situations, what differences were there for you in the level of difficulty of remembering the material? Fourth, analyze and comment on how this learning theory applied to these two real-life situations. What other differences you can think of?  How might you apply the principles of this theory when providing new information to a diverse group of individuals?  Theory Versus Theory Versus Theory Prior to engaging in this discussion, please read the “Constructivism in Theory and Practice,” “Rona’s Story and the Theory of Symbolic Interactionism,” and “Symbolic Interactionism and Critical Perspective” articles, and review any relevant Instructor Guidance. This guidance can be very helpful as it may include strategies that support your preferred learning.   Demonstrate your understanding of the complexities of how we learn by evaluating the potential correlations between symbolic interactionism and constructivism. Apply basic research methods in psychology to your post by synthesizing the principles from the articles in your own words with appropriate citations. Do not quote the articles directly. Based on your course resources, scholarly articles, and the knowledge you have developed throughout the past four weeks, critically consider how/if these correlations might affect a person’s ability and/or willingness to learn new material. Consider the following in your analysis: Symbolic interactionism is actually a theory posed in sociological psychology. Do you believe this theory can be aligned with the framework of constructivism, which originates from learning psychology? Why, or why not? Support your statements with scholarly research and personal examples. View this great tutorial provided by the Ashford University Library which will show you how to find scholarly articles and how to assess the scholarly quality of the resource.  In your opinion, what prevents (or substantiates) their correlation?Based on these theories, what possible needs should be considered when teaching skills to a group of diverse learners?  Attachments: constructivism.pdf