Early exploratory and play activities, which occupy much of children 's waking hours, provide opportunities for enlarging their repertoire of basic skills and sense of efficacy. The initial efficacy experiences are centered in the family. But as the growing child 's social world rapidly expands, peers become increasingly important in children 's developing self-knowledge of their capabilities. Peers serve several important efficacy functions. Those who are most experienced and competent provide models of efficacious styles of thinking and behavior.
I will use knowledge of cognitive changes to plan proper instruction and assessment which endorse learning and development. I will know that growth in any one domain will influence development in other domains. My training will allow me to see signs of developmental delays or impairments in students in early childhood through fourth-grade. I need to know the stages of play development and its role in young children’s learning and development. I will use this knowledge to develop meaningful, integrated, and active learning and play experiences to develop the whole child for students in early childhood through fourth grade.
Early Childhood development plays an emotional, social and physical role in a young child. How they are taught from birth to second grade portrays how they will see the world around them and who they become to be. The early years in development plays a big role because it is when the brain starts developing. They start to see the world from their point of view. Starting from a young age they need our supervision and guidance needed to succeed.
A child’s family environment, background and health can all have an impact on a child’s development because if the child is uncomfortable or unhappy then they are not developing in a healthy way. A child needs to feel loved and be shown affection to help them feel safe and secure in their environment in order to develop in a positive way. Children and young people’s development will either be boosted or restricted by personal factors, as well as external ones. External factors have a marked effect on a child’s development from the very beginning but they can also affect how involved a child is with school and group activities. If a child is already experiencing personal factors which are impeding their development then external factors on top of those may increase this delay.
Rate of development means the speed at which they develop. Development can refer to physical development, cognitive development. it is important that we understand the difference between the two is that while typical children follow the same pattern of development, they may reach the milestones at different ages depending on the child and a range of personal and external factors that may affect them. Developments tend to be divided into different areas but it is important to remember that all areas of development are connected with each other. Sometimes a child development may appear to be significantly different from their peers.
Children need structure especially during a time when the world as they know it is undergoing such a drastic change. Which means that helping the child/ren feel loved, minimizing additional changes and, maintaining a routine is critical. Finally, while we as early childhood professionals offer our support what we are able to do is limited to a certain degree; therefore, the list of external local resources is readily available to help the child/ren and their families adjust to the
If a child is neglected by their parent it can cause problems with how they interact with other children and adults. When a child is encouraged to communicate with their parents it creates a stronger bind which will also encourage the child to go out and explore/learn about the world. The first three years of a child’s life is very important for building the baby’s brain. Everything a child sees, smells, tastes, and hears helps shape their brains for feeling, thinking, moving, and
2008). Within the social setting of the child welfare system, a systemic constraint is placed on children preventing them from voicing their concerns. If this happens, children will not be able to experience normal developmental stages, therefore, resulting in not achieving an optimal level of health into adulthood. Researchers and professionals agree that for a young person to come well-adjusted to the struggles, they have faced they must be given support and assistance to meet significant emotional and developmental milestones
Teaching these techniques will allow students to accurately show what they know. Difficulty with following directions is another important skill to focus on. Directions are everywhere and when a child has trouble following them it can make life difficult and in some cases make them stand out as a behavior problem if they are with someone who does not understand their
Several long-term and emotional effects will affect an adoptee at some point in their life and they will have to learn how to deal with it. There will also be hard times where they do not know where they may be going in this world. Figuring who they get certain features from as well as learning who they are will be troubling at times. Medical and history may be hard to find in certain situations and many times there will be an uneasy feelings when certain questions are being asked. Adopted children may struggle at times with behavioral issues, but they may also perform just as well as the rest of the kids in their grade.