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  • Child Observation Of A Child

    While watching the video I noticed that teacher was first observing the three children on the slide. The child in the light blue shirt his name is “Nick” and he was trying to interact with the other children. The other children didn’t interact with Nick and he ran over to another area in the classroom where another child was playing with some cars and a tower that allowed the cars to go down different level of the tower. Nick then began to play with cars as well in the attempt to get another child to interact and play with him. Once Nick didn’t get the response back with the other child he then found interest in another toy and then went back to play with cars and repeated what he saw the other child do with the cars and the tower and that…

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  • Child Participation

    The article ‘Child Participation in the Early Years: Challenges for education’ by Jo Ailwood, Susan Danby, and Marianne Theobald (2011) presents a range of aspects around child participation in Australia. It furthermore discusses the lack of education that children receive in regards to this matter. Throughout this article, there are six main headings, these being; understanding child participation, child participation in Australian policy, advancing the child participation agenda (the child…

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  • Child Development

    Child development is a topic that has always been in limelight and has always had new interventions that are more effective than the prior ones. And, justifiably so, the way an adult leads his life is influenced by his childhood developmental years. Research suggests that the first five years are the most important for a child’s brain development and the first three years are critical for the child’s mental as well as social development. This is where childhood educators and parents both play an…

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  • Child With Disability

    had a wide range of developmental delays like spaced eyes, feeding and digestive problems . 2) - A mother and child being shunned by others who were unable to see the son she loves as a child instead of as a condition or disease. Main point- s see him as a son not child with a disability. - Strangers with drawing from this child because of the very sound and movement he uses to try and interact with them. Main point- Treat a child with a disability as you would any other. - Faced with such a…

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  • Child Discipline

    From this unit, I have learned a lot about what disciplines means as a dictionary definition and as a personal opinion to lots of different people. I have also learned that this information could be different from what I may have known discipline to be as a child to what is in my household and culture along with how it is viewed in my profession. For example, according to an article on Babble.com, Indian parents believe that, “childhood is viewed as a sensitive time period where children are…

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  • Child Intervention

    The physical, social, cognitive and emotional development of a child is the key indicator in understanding a child and adolescent. It is important for counselor to understand the characteristic of each stage of development of a child and the typical problems that occur during each stage. Counselor who have a strong understanding of the development of a child are able to accurately assess a child, also a counselor could pinpoint children at risk, design meaningful interventions, develop…

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  • B2 Evaluate The Principles And Values Of A Child And Child Development

    which affect a child's physical and language development, include ensuring that the practice is child centred, as this will result in then being able to reach their full potential while within the setting. One of the first values for when a child's development has been affected, is to put the child first, as we have a duty of care towards them. One way in which we an put a child first, it to ensure that, while they are in the setting, that they get well balanced and nutritional meals, as…

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  • Child-Directed Play

    The article showed points and examples on how child-directed helps in learning areas and emphasizes why it is important in their learning. It discusses about how child-directed play is efficient and is a vital role to build up many different aspects of the child. The first point that was being brought up was that play allows children to build on previous experiences based on the teacher’s scaffolding, allowing them to recall and solve problems. Child-directed play also allows bountiful…

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  • Atypical Child Development

    sequence as the majority of children of similar age.” (Allen 81) As sad as it sounds, children and their developmental stages are rather predictable. I work at a preschool and more often than not we find ourselves seeing the typical developmental process. A developmental sequence tend to be predictable and based off of observations of children of the same age. An example of motor development sequence is first a child touches toys, then grasps them, then holds their bottle, and then begins to…

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  • Child Care Benefits

    of six additional hours of free time, with this we must consider that there are millions of parents who work within that period of time. Yes, this means that these parents must find someone to take responsibility for the well being of their children during these hours. Whether this be paying for childcare, having family members help, or enrolling their children in summer programs, there are various solutions offered. Unfortunately, not all parents have the same range of opportunities. Although…

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