You will learn about the basic principles of child development and explore how the social world in which children and adolescents interact (e.g., parents, family, school, community, government, media, and cultural) influence learning, growth, and development. You will learn to apply these course concepts to practical and contemporary issues affecting children and families today. Course Learning Objectives: Upon completing this course, the student will be able to: 4. Identify context and theoretical frameworks to understand the developing child. 5.
Furthermore the term Identity describes a unique personality structure in combination with the picture that others have of this structure. The reflection of ourselves and who we want to be determines our identity. This concept is also described by some as the self image. Self-image: A person's self-image is the own mental
Where necessary I adapt my style of communication and use appropriate communication systems that meet the child’s needs and abilities. Children of a young age will have different levels of requirements and attention that that of an older child. When children start in our Reception classes they need lots of support and reassurance in order for them to adjust to the school environment and develop their independence. When communicating with younger children
This includes family, childcare, neighbourhood and school life. People within an individual’s micro system have direct contact and shape that individual’s development. It would include things that a child may encounter on a daily basis in an immediate surrounding. However, this system becomes complex as the child grows because, peers, school, and other people outside of the immediate family come into the picture as he/she grows. Moreover, a child’s biological and socially influenced characteristics like habits, temperaments, physical characteristics and capabilities influence the child’s behavior as well as those people who are around the child.
A Gradual Transition: Emerging Adulthood What is emerging adulthood, and how has cultural change contributed to it? in emerging adulthood, young adults from about age 18 to 25 are released from parental oversight but have not yet taken on adult roles. During these years of extended exploration, young people prolong identity development as they explore alternatives in breadth and depth. increased education required for entry-level positions in many fields, gains in economic prosperity, reduced need for young people’s labor, and globalization have prompted the appearance and spread of emerging adulthood. In trying out possibilities, emerging adults must adjust to disappointments in love and work, and their explorations also extend risky behaviors of adolescence.
Fatima Ouguir CHD 205 02A Hybrid Mary Hanrahan January 28,2013 Self-Regulation 1. What is meant by ‘external supports’ as a child develops in his ability to self-regulate? Is meant by external supports are the responses that can help set a strong foundation for how the children will manage and respond to their own feeling, impulses and needs, children learn that their feeling of discomfort and distress do eventually pass as warm and loving caregivers respond to their needs, by providing consistent structure in child’s external environment will help him over time to develop an internal sense of ability to self-regulate. 2. How does a child’s temperament impact his /her ability to self-regulate?
Section 1 Assignment Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of Child and Young Person Development Assignment question (a) Describe the expected patterns of children and young people's development from birth to 19 years, to include: * Physical development * Communication * Intellectual development * Social, * Emotional and behavioral development (b) Describe, with examples, how different aspects of development can affect one another. (c) Describe, with examples, the kinds of influences that affect children and young people’s development including: * Background * Health * Environment (d) Describe, with examples, the importance of recognizing and responding to concerns about children and young people’s development. (e) Describe, with examples, how transitions may affect children and young people’s behavior and development. Section 1 Assignment Q-a) Describe the expected patterns of children and young people's development from birth to 19 years, to include: physical development, communication and intellectual development, social, emotional and behavioral development | Every child follows a very similar pattern but the development can vary in each child and they can set the milestone of their development in different times. They develop at their own rate.
Emotional development is the beginning of a child's experience, expression, understanding, and guideline of emotions from birth through late adolescence. It also includes how growth and changes in these processes concerning emotions occur. 4. Social development involves learning the principles, information and abilities that enable children to relate to others effectively and to contribute in positive ways to family, school and the community. Norms are the usual, typical or standard things to do in a society or community.
The environment they are exposed to will help shape the people they will become. Family Dynamics Family dynamics can have a major negative or positive impact on childhood development. Family structure, function, and whether or not children are raised in shared or non-shared environments all effect the way children develop and respond to situations (Berger, 2010). Both functional and dysfunctional families can affect the way children develop. “Families provide material and cognitive resources as well as emotional and social support.
At this stage they may lack experience and confidence depending on the individual. With the help of cognitive development they begin to form personality traits. They have the ability to think in new ways allowing them to know how they feel about themselves. Self esteem continues to rise during adolescence as they gain confidence and self awareness. | At this stage will complete puberty and the physical transition from childhood to adult.