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    Dr. Maria Montessori discovered the Child development entails the biological, psychological and emotional changes that occur in human beings between birth and the end of adolescence, as the individual progresses from dependency to increasing independence. Human development is the real freedom ordinary people have to decide who to be, what to do, and how to live. Dr. Maria Montessori said the Child development is the process through which human beings naturally grow and mature from infancy through

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    children’s development is very important while they are growing up. When a child is physical growing every child growth may not be the same. At this age the child may began to lose fat and gain muscles. Children’s that are at the age of 2 and 3 height will increase faster than the weight. Motor skills are when you observe a child when they are engaging in with others and using their muscles. When children’s use their fine motor skills, there is so much that you can observe as simple as a child climbing

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    bond and neuropsychatric development. The first two years in a child's life are of paramount importance in determining whether to be healthy in adulthood or not. The poor nutrition of the child during the first two years after birth is the main cause of about 3.5 million deaths annually, and 35 percent of childhood diseases. The weakness of fetal development or stunting during the first two years

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    Child Development Theory

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    Child development theories are currently being taught in colleges and universities around the world. It is therefore imperative that individuals wanting to work with children in a counseling compacity learn how to interview, observe, report, and utilize teachings from prevailing theorists to determine if an individual is in the “normative” range of development. Drawing on learned knowledge and theoretical instruction, as well as other documentary sources, this paper examines the interview processes

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    Physical development means the growth and development of the body, the brain, the senses, the motor skills, and so on (OpenStax College, 2015). For example, a one-year-old child can walk and a four-year-old child can use scissors. This is the physical development. In addition, the development of breasts of girls during adolescence is also physical development. Cognitive development is about the improvement and changes in people’s learning, attention, memory, and language, reasoning, and so on (OpenStax

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    generations yes, but also to aid in the development of the student in all aspects. Some students have a harder time developing the whole person, meaning that they have a harder time developing the physical, cognitive, and emotional-social parts of themselves all at the same time and pace. A student observation of a typical 2nd grade classroom was completed and one child stood out among the rest in his setting in both of their characteristics and stages of development. In order to protect the rights of

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    theories of child development and discuss the main principles across all area of development. The assignment will also evaluate an observation conducted on a child and link their behaviour to relevant child development theories. The assignment will firstly highlight some child development theories from behaviourists such as Bandura, humanists such as Maslow and constructivists such as Piaget. Secondly the child’s observation will be discussed and evaluated here relevant link to development theories

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    children lives are represented through culture and group change. However, the changes can occur over a period of time, place and circumstances of the child. As I read chapter one, I was impressed about the author views concerning early child development. The characteristics of development recognized by Smidt (2013), was how prenatal development of the fetus can change over time before birth. The child’s mother can contribute to the changes, through the economic and culture factors. Therefore,

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    Caretoy Child Development

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    The purpose of this paper is to examine child development in terms of motor development. Children are not born with perfect motor skills, such as crawling or walking. Motor development is much more than innate abilities. Motor development is a complex, ongoing process of learning. This area of development is a fundamental aspect of a child’s overall well being. Infants and toddlers learn and express themselves through their bodies. For them, motor skills are a way to achieve their goals. Fine and

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    Child Development Observation and Interview For this research project, I chose to interview my very own daughter (Alaina). She is a 7-year-old first grader who lives with her mother full-time. She has one older sister who lives in another state. Alaina is an active and inquisitive young lady. She attends year-round schooling and in her free time, she participates in Tae Kwon Do and basketball. General Observations I observed Alaina for greater than one hour while she played with a ten-year-old

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