Since I can't read C or D, B must be correct.
Please proofread your questions before you post them.
sorry C.is learn when their physical needs are satisfied and D is learn through social interaction.
B. is correct.
I think it is a very idiotic question. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Principles_of_learning Tends to state that C is the answer. Personally, I don't even agree with that. A very hungry rat can learn to get food. So I disagree with Maslow on this, and personally think Maslow has led many students astray. To me a fundamental principle of motivation is that people seek to avoid pain, and secondaly, seek to experience personal growth. That is it, in a nutshell. As a manipulator of learning (ie, a teacher), one has to balance these two motivations in order to "teach" students.
When you have an instructor that teaches hierarchy in classifications which are based on subjectively evaluated worth, such as the most fundamental, the least important, the second best... I run from those instructors. In my experience, few of them have much to offer besides their opinions, and there are plenty of valuable teachers in the world if you seek them out.
Enjoy your search into learning and motivation (ie, readiness for learning) experiences, and have fun with it.
I'd say b is the least likely answer.
See how messed up the question is? Are you sure this isn't in relation to a specific person's ideas and asking what they think?
the correct answer is C
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two children unsing finger paints agree to share them. They're engaged in _____ play.
bobpursley, you need to read up on Mazlow's hierarchy of needs. Children's basic physiological needs must be met before they can focus on fulfilling the need to learn and grow.