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INTRODUCTION TO CHILD DEVELOPMENT. Here is basic information used in this class…take notes and keep them in your notebook for reference. AREAS of CHILD DEVELOPMENT. P. I . P HYSICAL NTELLECTUAL (cognitive, mental, thinking ) MOTIONAL OCIAL. E. S. AGES and STAGES

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INTRODUCTION TO CHILD DEVELOPMENT

Here is basic information used in this class…take notes and keep them in your notebook for reference.


P hysical ntellectual cognitive mental thinking motional ocial

AREAS of CHILD DEVELOPMENT

P

I

P HYSICAL

NTELLECTUAL (cognitive,

mental, thinking)

MOTIONAL

OCIAL

E

S


AGES and STAGES

Of Child Development

  • INFANTS - 0 to 12 MONTHS (1 YEAR OLD)

  • TODDLERS - 1year to 2 ½ years (12 mos. to 30 mos.) (learning to walk)

  • PRESCHOOLERS – 3 to 4 years (sometimes 5)

  • KINDERGARTEN - 5 years

  • SCHOOL AGE – 6 to 12 years


Domains areas of child development
DOMAINS (areas) of CHILD DEVELOPMENT

P

HYSICAL

ANGUAGEand COMMUNICATION

PPROACHES to LEARNING

OGNITIVE (INTELLECTUAL, MENTAL, THINKING)

MOTIONAL (SENSE of SELF)

OCIAL (SELF with OTHERS)

L

A

C

E

S


Characteristics of development
CHARACTERISTICS of DEVELOPMENT

  • Development is similar for everyone.

  • Development proceeds at an individual rate.

  • Development builds on earlier learning.

  • Development is interrelated.

  • Development is continuous throughout life.

  • Physical development proceeds from the head downward and the trunk outward.

  • Physical development proceeds from simple to to complex.


The end and just the beginning
THE END and just the beginning!

Created on 1/26/11 by Karen Brown at Fuquay-Varina High for use with Parenting and Child Development students


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