Transcript of a Team Discussion

Imagine you and two colleagues constitute a team of training and development specialists for a school district. In a team meeting, you bring in a case for discussion. Each team member has a personal theoretical framework, based on either Piaget, Vygotsky, or Erickson, and promotes their point of view during the conversation.
Deliverable

Write a transcript of the hypothetical professional conversation. Each person takes the view of a theorist: Piaget, Vygotsky, or Erickson, as they discuss the case study of Hakira Yilmaz, an 8-year-old girl.

Identify the factors in the profile that influence learning.
Describe the main stages for each theory.
Explain the similarities between the three developmental theories.
Explain the differences between the three developmental theories.
Analyze potential implications each theory might have when teaching or working with the student in the case study.
Include in-text references and a final reference page.

View the multimedia piece, Profile of Hakira Yilmaz, linked in the Required Resources for this assessment.
Scenario
Imagine you and two colleagues constitute a team of training and development specialists for a school district. In a team meeting, you bring in a case for discussion. Each team member has a personal theoretical framework, based on either Piaget, Vygotsky, or Erickson, and promotes their point of view during the conversation.
Deliverable
Write a transcript of the hypothetical professional conversation. Each person takes the view of a theorist: Piaget, Vygotsky, or Erickson, as they discuss the case study of Hakira Yilmaz, an 8-year-old girl.
• Identify the factors in the profile that influence learning.
• Describe the main stages for each theory.
• Explain the similarities between the three developmental theories.
• Explain the differences between the three developmental theories.
• Analyze potential implications each theory might have when teaching or working with the student in the case study.
• Include in-text references and a final reference page.