What would you like to do?
That children are often supervised and cared for by a person other than a parent or caregiver.
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read the eyfs, anything about meeting children's needs, good books on observation and working in partnership with parents. you should look at PEAL, the EPPE study, sylva and y…oung and desforges work. all of which should be in your college library and is accessible on the internet. search nursery world. there is no short cut at this level. reading is the only answer If you look up maslow's heirarchy of needs it will be very useful. As you need to look at the child's care and learning needs separate. if you don't meet their needs they wont progress so their other needs wont be met. reference maslow
If you look up maslow's heirarchy of needs it will be very useful. As you need to look at the child's care and learning needs seperate.
so they have a positive self esteem and are treated as individuals and feel as if there ideas options and thoughts are important,
Importance of Peoples' Contingency Plan A contingency plan need not be sophisticated, very scientific, or computer generated model. It need not have a series of flow dia…grams showing the process of planning. Use of technology or sophisticated analysis is only useful when it is combined with the people's participation. Basic information, risk assessment and intelligence analysis is normally adequate to have a functional people contingency plan for various hazards. The task cannot be of a single person in the preparation of a working plan, since accuracy is considerably enhanced through the assimilation of experience, information and skills of widest possible range of sources. Contingency plans are prepared at different levels such as Neighborhood, Village, Block, District, State and National Levels. It has to be made very specific by involving both government and non-government organizations. The plan should be ideally people-centric and hence the term peoples' contingency plans.
Explain how to monitor children and young people's development using different methods.
learning is very important for all of us.it is learning which distinguishes human beings from animals who are trained and not taught.thus,learningis any change in behaviour wh…ich is a result of experience and which causes people to face later situations differently. example,take a situation-say situation of cycling.There is a child say Parul.There is a situation when Parul does not know cycling and then there is another situation when the same Parul knows cycling.The in-between process when behaviour shifts from unlearn to learnt is known as learning.
Child development refers to the changes that occur as a child grows and develops in relation to being physically healthy, mentally alert, emotionally sound, socially competent… and ready to learn. The first five years of a child's life are fundamentally important. They are the foundation that shapes children's future health, happiness, growth, development and learning achievement at school, in the family and community, and in life in general. Recent research confirms that the first five years are particularly important for the development of the child's brain, and the first three years are the most critical in shaping the child's brain architecture. Early experiences provide the base for the brain's organizational development and functioning throughout life. They have a direct impact on how children develop learning skills as well as social and emotional abilities. Understand the importance of child development and early learning. In order to spread the message, it is important to know the facts. The basics are: The early years, especially the first three years of life, are very important for building the baby's brain. Everything she or he sees, touches, tastes, smells or hears helps to shape the brain for thinking, feeling, moving and learning. Babies learn rapidly from the moment of birth. They grow and learn best when responsive and caring parents and other caregivers give them affection, attention and stimulation in addition to good nutrition, proper health care and protection. Encouraging children to play and explore helps them learn and develop socially, emotionally, physically and intellectually. This helps children get ready for school. Children learn how to behave (socially and emotionally) by imitating the behaviour of those closest to them. Entering primary school on time is critical to ensure the continuity of a child's development. Support from parents, other caregivers, teachers and the community is very important. All children grow and develop in similar patterns, but each child develops at her or his own pace. Every child has her or his own interests, temperament, style of social interaction and approach to learning.
so that when people are grown up they know how to write a proper descriptive sentence
Which educational theorists emphasized the importance of the environment to young children's development and learning?
5ara Lev Semyonovich Vygotsky emphasized the importance of the environment to young children's development and learning
From right after birth.
how important is the experience of young children as a contributing factor of laer development
Try donating toys and volenteering.
In Animal Life
What child development theorist studied how children learn and the stages of learning that they go through?
When children play they are learning many things. They learn to share with others, to work out problems as they come up, and they learn socialization skills. They are also dev…eloping gross motor skills ( throwing balls, running, climbing) and fine motor skills. Perceptual motor development also takes place and also learn creative thinking/play. Little girls will play in the doll house and they learn how to comminicate with each other and they model behaviors that they see from their parents. Little boys play in the sandbox with their race cars and they learn how to communicate with other boys ( less so than girls). It is VERY important that young children be allowed to have free play in some part of their day.
Young People's Learning Agency was created in 2010.