Social and emotional developement. Learning to live with others in both family and society is generally one of the most important part's of development, family and friend's play an important part towards this. The socialisation is all about learning to cope in the family and society we live in. The socailisation process will by it's definition vary in diffrent societies and from family to family. Primary socialisation take's place with in the family,in the first years of a childs life.
When we think of learning many things come to mind. We may relate learning with: parents, school, teachers, books, experiences, thoughts, understanding, perspective, acquired knowledge, skills, capabilities, and mental functions of the brain. As we learn something, we realize our behavior changes. We also realize how our environment influences our learning or what we have learned. Our learning may stem from the books we have read, the movies we have seen, the interactions we have with people and the observations we have made.
These skills very much depend on diet and nutrition, genetic make-up and exercise. If a child suffers from an illness or allergy, or their diet is poor, it will have a huge impact on not only their Physical development, but other areas of development too. Intellectual development concerns the child learning the skills of understanding, memory and concentration. They will develop the skills to solve problems and to process new information. Communication development is learning to communicate with people around them, not only with the spoken and written word, but also with body language and facial expressions, and their ability to read them correctly.
It is through the talk that learning occurs. There are many approaches to collaborative learning: 1. Learning is an active process whereby learners assimilate the information and relate this new knowledge to a framework of prior knowledge. 2. Learning requires a challenge that opens the door for the learner to actively engage his/her peers, and to process and synthesize information rather than simply memorize and regurgitate it.
Fruit is good for our bowels and would help the children go to the toilet regularly, this would prevent constipation. Finishing off with a yogurt would be continuing to fill your body with the calcium and vitamins you need each day to help your body stay healthy and keep your bones develop stronger. Having a drink of water or juice would yet again keep your body
Her fibre intake was too low in her one day diet, which is not good for her healthy. In order to improve for better healthy diet of her fibre intake she is now consuming foods that her rich in fibre such as: chicken, beans, cereals, bread, and vegetable. We can notice that she has every day in her diet fruits, which is good for her bowls movements, those products will help her in maintaining a good healthy diet and prevent for certain diseases, such as: rheumatism (in cases of low intake of calcium products), heart attack if the blood is not circulating well because the brain is not getting enough sugar to send and receive massages and the body cannot function well and cause cut off in circulation and dizziness (a lot of people who uses gym ends up collapsing because of lack of glucose in the body). Also Samantha had consumed a lot of protein which is not good for the body, it will be broken to amino-acids which later on will be
Breastfeeding brings so many benefits such as it contains antibodies that decrease infant’s risk of infections, diarrhea, allergies, asthma, SIDS, diabetes and certain cancers. Helps brain to grow and develop. Easy to digest therefore it is almost impossible to become constipated also helps with child obesity. Moms can also reduce the risk of breast and ovarian cancer by breastfeeding. The Cons to breastfeeding is that it is very time consuming, the need to eat for newborns is typically every 2 to 3 hours during the day and at night.
Language and Memory Language and Memory Each and every day one will use language and his or her memory to recall events that have taken place in one’s life. Language and memory are important for a person for it allows one not only to communicate with other but lets a person grow as a person and recall events that have occurred, people one has meet, and develop socially. In this essay one will learn the importance of language and memory, learn about the stages of language, and learn the relationship that language and memory share with one another. Semantic Memory Semantic memory is a part of the long term memory that allows a person to develop ideas, meanings, and new concepts that are not related to one’s personal experiences. Semantic memory records the knowledge that a person has about the world around him or her.
Social Cognitive * Affective learning processes Self regulated learning tends to be influenced by an individual’s emotions, behaviors, and their cognitive processing (Schunk & Zimmerman, 1997). This is a process that will orient the individual in achieving their goals by self generating (Schunk & Zimmerman, 1997). Schunk and Zimmerman (1997) stated that the self regulated learning process can also be considered as an academic self regulation process which has been studied over the years throughout different classrooms. The students taking the course learn how to use motivation, cognition, and behavior to improve their learning skills. These students who use motivational beliefs also utilize more self regulation learning skills (Schunk & Zimmerman, 1997).
Proper nutrition is absolutely essential during childhood as it is a critical time for growth and development of the body. Ingrained eating habits that lead to these diseases are very difficult to reverse. Poor nutrition creates many potential short and long term risks. Aside from obesity, possible long-term effects include type 2 diabetes, heart disease, strokes and some cancers, along with mental health issues including anxiety, learning disabilities and even depression. Proper nutrition starts at home and parents need to learn how they can improve the quality of their children’s nutrition and instill the good habits that will ensure they have the greatest chance for a healthy, successful future.