Active Children: The Active Versus The Passive Child

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The Active versus the Passive Child
During the course of the Introductory Child Psychology, several times, we touched upon the topic of "The active versus the passive child". The first time this topic was introduced to us during the studying of fundamental theories of child development, then, we've touched it during the discussion of perceptual processes and motor development, and family relationships. "The active versus the passive child" - is a theoretical debate from developmental theorists about whether or not children are passive and just receive environmental influences which help to shape them or are children active in learning and create their own pathway to knowledge. Robert Keil corresponds active view to
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