Reflection On Child Development

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Working with different children that range from different ages is something that I have been able to do in the past well taking other child development classes but this semester well I was taking ECH 320 I was able to get the knowledge of what it might be working with an infant all the way to a child that is eight years old. Over the course of the last eight weeks I have been able to observe what it might be to work with a toddler well reading a book to them or even a chance to conduct a four part experiment where I was able to test a child who was between the ages of four and five as well as conducting the experiment on a child that is six to eight years old. I was able to see what different types of thinking processes a child might have when …show more content…
Garner a theorist suggested that a toddler through seven intelligences through their toddler years. Some of the intelligence theories are intrapersonal intelligence which deals with feelings, musical intelligences, and logistics intelligence which is the ability to learn order, meaning, sounds, rhythms and timbre. Between age two and four a toddler will experience some language competence and development, meaning that will develop more vocabulary, they will began talking more, and even begin singing songs they learn. Both receptive language and expressive language will occur. Receptive language is a language that can be comprehended and expressive language is a language that is being spoken also known as oral communication. Toddlers are learning how to learn and grasp information that is being given to …show more content…
According Piaget a child at this age where a preoperational stage would suit a child this age. He also had said that a child of this age is not able to see that different between two liquids that are not the same size, they would be able to see the difference between the two. They would be able conservation to judge the amount of liquid. Piaget also labeled this age to his theory on information processing, which is a theory that he suggest that a child will store information in their short term memory and their levels of processing is where the area of learning catches the child’s

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