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Reframing Leadership, Past Experiences and Knowledge Effect

These areas are debated:

1. In what ways can past experiences and knowledge affect thought and behavior in a unique and unfamiliar situation? I am writing about including and mainstreaming the autistic student in the regular eduction classroom.

2. Also how can we reframe leadership to meet the needs today?

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I have two questions that come to mind as I work on my doctorate in leadership and administration.

1. In what ways can past experiences and knowledge affect thought and behavior in a unique and unfamiliar situation? I am writing about including and mainstreaming the autistic student in the regular education classroom.

Past experiences and knowledge affect thought and behavior always. Psychologically, people make changes in their environment, based on their prior knowledge. This is necessary for procedural and semantic memory to help serve for future reference on how to perform a task. Research in child development sub field of psychology has many ...

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Reframing leadership, past experiences and knowledge affect thought and behavior: short answers

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