Unit 331 Understanding children and young person’s Development. Assignment (Task) Task D Report Early identification of speech, language or communication delay is important for a child or young persons’ well-being. All practitioners have a responsibility to identify children’s needs and intervene with appropriate support as early as possible, to help children achieve the goals of ‘Every Child Matters’ and progress towards the Early Learning Goals. The importance of early language and communication skills for children’s later achievements is now well documented and the need to provide support for children at this early stage is so that they can achieve their full potential. This means recognising a child’s difficulty quickly:
In early learning environments, children acquire knowledge and develop cognitive, social and emotional, physical and language acquisition skills in the content areas such as language arts, math, science, and social studies in a variety of ways. It is up to the teachers to plan and implement in-depth studies of themes and topics that are meaningful and relevant to the children, being sure to address the development of the whole child while integrating all of the content areas. In the physical classroom the environment should provide students with hands-on opportunities to grow and develop skills, gain knowledge, and have fun as they explore carefully designed learning centers. They should be provided with materials that are related to
For a nursery teacher the skills are qualities you need are.. Understand the stages of child development- This is very important, you need to know for a number of reasons. Nursery teachers need to be able to see the child's level of ability. Abilities can differentiate at preschool age and an effective nursery teacher will meet each child level and guide them on their pathway to achievement. It is also important so they know understand the children that they are working with
Child development to me is the study of a child and their growth development from infancy to adolescence. Every child develops and grows differently and no one child is the same. The child that I chose to study is my 11-year-old niece. Her name is Briana and she is the eldest of my 10 niece's and nephew's. The reason why I chose to study Briana for my SEA study, is because she is older and she can express herself on her development and growth. Her mother will help me with the background on Briana's growth and development, as well.
■■ Learning and Development - recognises that children develop and learn in different ways and at different rates, and that all areas of learning and development are equally important and inter-connected.
a) Physical development b) Communication & intellectual development c) Social, emotional & behavioural development Social Intellectual Moral Physical (fine & gross motor skills) Language Emotional Give atleast 6 example for each age group in each development stage. The ages under each section are;
Teaching early childhood children is not a job that should be taken lightly. At this age, you are building the foundation of learning and setting the precedence of what they see school as. It is my role as an educator to take responsibility for every child’s educational development. Each day in an early childhood classroom is full of challenges, but it is also full of laughs, smiles, and enthusiasm to learn. I firmly believe that every child is capable of learning, however, every child learns in their own pace and in their own way. Children need to feel that their teacher cares for them and is enthusiastic about their learning. This will help motivate them and maximize their learning. From there, the sky is the limit in the classroom! As an educator, I need to be conscious of learning and social development in order to reach every child and make sure they succeed. It is my job to see that every student is growing both academically and socially.
REFLECTION PAPER Angelia Smith SOC 312 Leslie Ruff November 1, 2014 REFLECTION PAPER After graduating from Ashford University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Child Development; , I am hoping to obtain a job working in the Public school system alongside the Pre-k teachers in implementing programs for Pre-k or become an owner of a childcare center.
Parental involvement is very important with children who needs extra support with their learning and development as listening to the parent about their child is important as it will help the
Michelle Seiler 12/8/14 CD #2 Philosophy on Child Development 1) Why you have chosen to be in the field. Children in this field can develop a positive self-esteem, foster a love of learning, and develop important social skills. I choice the field of child development because preschool age children are eager to learn and a joy to teach. I enjoy creating developmentally appropriate activities for children. They enjoy a variety of activities and need to be guided through play. The qualities most preschoolers share are they love to take on roles such as a mommy, teacher, or other grown up role, they want to please the adults and they are learning to communicate their needs. Early childhood education research shows children who attend preschool programs are more likely to succeed in many things such as going to college, graduate high school, staying out of prison. Children will learn important social skills that may help them such as learning good manners at snack, raising their hand during circle time, and many other skills. I plan to further my education by reading books by child development experts, taking more child development classes/workshops and professional development workshops as needed.
Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Children’s Care, Unit 2: Understanding Children and Young Person’s Development Outcome 1 - Understand the pattern of development that would normally be expected for children and young people from birth - 19 years. 1.1 Explain the sequence and rate of each aspect of
For my Child Development 301 class at Grand Valley State University we were assigned a project where we each had to choose a child to observe/test between the ages of five and twelve years of age. The purpose of this assignment was to give us hands on experience observing and
Observation 1: The Physical Environment and the Daily Routines Pasadena City College Child Development Center is located at 1324 E. Green St., Pasadena, California. It is a laboratory school that is affiliated with Pasadena City College (P.C.C.), which is located one block away from the Center. The Center has the infant, toddler, two-year olds, preschool, and early primary program. The neighborhood is generally quiet although it is a mixture of some residential buildings, businesses, schools, the public library, and a major street (Colorado Blvd.). It is a two story building. The school part is on the first floor and the office part is on the second floor. The exterior of the building is well maintained and good condition. The outside of
For children, it is important to be clear and help them understand facts, excepted social behaviour and the impact of their actions on others. If young children understand why and how they should do things
Cady At the beginning of my third observation at the Child Development Center, I decided to observe a three-year-old girl that I will call Cady. I chose her because of her irrepressible attitude, which shown through in all of her actions and loudly voiced opinions. Throughout the semester not only did I gain developmental information about Cady, I gained some background information as well. She is the youngest child in the CDC, having only turned three during the last semester. Not only is she the youngest child at the CDC, she is the youngest of five children at home.