The reasons why socio-cultural context influence children’s development and learning are as follows:
- The socio-cultural background of an individual determines how he or she interacts with the world and how fast he or she can learn.
- The socio-cultural context can influence learners and the interaction they have can lead them to become either fast learners or slow learners.
- Children go through varied experiences during the stage of development which depends on the society and culture they belong to.
- The sociocultural context also influences the quality of learning and the quality of education children receive.
- Children belonging to a poor socio-cultural background may not be able to make their own decisions and may lack confidence.
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