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Educational Psychology Research Pape

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Middle School Development 1
Running Head: PHYSICAL PSYHCOSOCAL MORAL COGNATIVE DEVELOPMENTOF ADOLECENTS
 The Characteristics of physical, psychosocial, moral, and cognitivedevelopment of middle school adolescents Jason CrewsEDU 32834 Educational PsychologyOctober 11, 2007
 
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AbstractAdolescents, children with age ranging from 11-13, are at a veryimportant developmental stage in their lives. Important changes areoccurring in their physical, psychosocial, moral, and cognitive areas. These changes can cause emotional and family conflicts that should beunderstood and appreciated by educators in order to ensure properdevelopment and education.
 
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 The characteristics of physical, psychosocial, moral, and cognitivedevelopment of middle school adolescentsIntroductionAdolescence is a term usually used to refer to children eleven,twelve, and thirteen years old, but it can also be used to refer tochildren as young as ten. The primary marker used to delineatestudents who have left middle childhood and entered adolescence isthe child’s entry into puberty (Balk and Steinberg as cited in Snowman,2006, P. 83). Adolescence is a time of unparalleled change. Teensexperience joy, despair, apathy, and confusion, sometimes all withinthe space of an hour. The body changes and becomes unfamiliar(Justis, 2000, para. 1); nevertheless adolescence is a time when crucialhabits are formed, and decisions are made which have a life-longimpact (Justis, 2000, para. 3). That is why it is important for educatorsto understand what characterizes their students in order to be effectivein the classroom.Physical DevelopmentAlthough, the exact age at which a child reaches puberty andbegins their physical transition into adulthood varies, children can

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