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    Unit 7 Video Reflection

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    Sammie Derner Administration Unit 7 Video Reflection 1. Have you, or anyone you know, ever set up a toddler classroom? The center director in the video mentions that she designs toddler classroom in ways that will support the four domains of learning. What are these domains, and how do her examples (e.g., the Farmer 's Market area) shed light on each one? A. Block Area – In the block area of the classroom the children are able to communicate with their peers in order to work together or…

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    go get MB, pick him up and sit him down at the table to focus on the questions. MB also had good use of gross motor skills but did not use these skills in a safe manner; he played on the jungle gym at the park in a manner that made the parent and the observer very nervous for his safety. He did listen or follow rules that were set out by the mother. He also when demonstrating his gross motor skills threw the ball multiple times at the observer and mother trying to hit them without warning.…

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    Pattern Worms Case Study

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    Name: Pattern Worms Activity category: Math, fine motor Area of room: Small table Focus of Children and Rationale: According to common core children in Ms. B’s kindergarten class must learn one to one correspondence and be able to build simple patterns. Some students enjoy building with Legos (e.g. James, Malik, and Parte). Some girls like to use Legos to build a pretend houses and color coordinate blocks together. Although, the girl’s fine motor skills are more developed, the boys do not seem…

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    see Dr Grangaard’s report (dated 23.03.15) further background information. Developmental Profile: Sam was assessed using a developmental screening assessment - the Schedule of Growing Skills (SOGS). This explores areas of language, fine and gross motor skills and allows the therapist to observe Sam’s abilities. The assessment was completed at CDT. Sam appeared eager to play and within a short period of time he tended to get distracted easily and start to investigate…

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    Gross motor skills are “movements that involve the use of large muscles, the entire body, or large parts of the body, for example, running, hopping, or climbing” (Koralek, 2005, p. 420). Toddlers naturally want to climb (Gestwicki, 2014). Without proper climbing…

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    Paul Fitts and Michael Posner created a 3 stage model and suggested any learning of a new motor skill involves this model (Magill 2014). During the first stage, known as the Cognitive Stage, the novice learner will try to familiarize with the movement. The learner will analyze the objective of the movement, what they are trying to accomplish, and how to do it. This first stage of the model will be accompanied with numerous of errors and lack of consistency. Also seen in this stage, the learner…

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    A. One example of the child’s gross motor skills is when the child left the classroom to do something outside. There were two grades in one classroom, one being first graders and the other being second graders, they were working in their class finishing their work they had from previous days and finishing their breakfast. The child had finished and ran outside to throw out his trash and ran back in breathing heavily. B. Another example of the child’s gross motor skills is when the child stood up…

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    Discussion Overview The focus child for this development profile attends the centre five days a week, arriving around 7 o’clock in the morning and is usually picked up around 6 o’clock at night. Ted (22 months) is a male child with advanced language and physical development. Ted’s family composes of his two biological parents and himself which is known as a nuclear family, with both his parents working full time. Speech, Language and Cognitive Development Phonological development is the…

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    Occupational Therapy for Pediatrics Occasionally, life takes us through unexpected paths. When my son was a three years old, I began to notice that his development did not correspond to his age. My son could not trace straight lines in any direction; he also had difficulties with drawing and holding a crayon. At the beginning, I thought it was normal, but still, as a mother, I started paying more attention, and soon I realized that it was not normal, and I began to worry. I came to the decision…

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    Essay On Spina Bifida

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    affects development in order to better understand how to help those who have been diagnosed with the disorder. Spina bifida can be detrimental to a child’s cognitive abilities such as, mathematics and reading, but it also affects their fine motor and gross motor skills throughout development. Spina bifida is classified as a neural tube defect because either part of the spine is exposed through the skin or even worse, part of the spine is missing (Rathus, 2011, p.51). According to the National…

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