Bonfenbrenner's Ecological Theory Case Study

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It was hardest for me to understand Bronfenbrenner's views on child devlelopment, so for this reason I think it would be best for me to provide advice relating to Ecological Theory, to get some more practice for assignments, exams, and future professional use. Thank you for your patience as I learn and your feedback is appreciated. :)

From my understanding, Mr. & Mrs. Johnson would like some clarity in regard to what might be going on with their child who isn't sharing his toys, and they would appreciate advice on how to deal with these problems. I think it would have been nice to have some more information on this post, like maybe age of the child, if any big changes in the child's surroundings or family have taken place recently, even so,
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26). Even though we do not know the age of this child, he may very well be in school or attend a child-care center, and the connection between the child/parents and teachers could affect the child's behavior and development in either positive or negative ways. Our course commentary for this lesson states that parents who are interested in and involved in their children's school tend to have children who are better in school (Barry, 2012). To promote favorable development/behavior and relieve some of the parent's stress, the parents may consider how involved they are in school, and become aware of any issues that take place in school that may be a reason for the child not wanting to share. Having a better understanding on if this behavior is happening at home, or at school as well, may narrow down how often the behavior is occurring, and if there is something at school that is triggering the behavior to carry over into the home. Our textbook states that each relationship is more likely to support a child's development when there are links between home and child care, in the form of visits and cooperative exchanges of

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