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Child Development-EC

Child Development Unit terms

Was a student of Sigmund Freud Erik Erikson
Believed that children go through stages of personality development Erik Erikson
Eight stages/crises of man: 1. Infancy 2. Toddler 3.Play Age 4. School Age 5. Adolescence 6. Young Adult 7. Mature Adult 8. Old Age
Defined four major developmental periods in the growth of intelligence Jean Piaget
1. Sensori-motor period (0-2) 2. Preoperational period (2-7) 3. Concrete operational period (7-12) 4. Formal operational period (12 and up) Four Major Developmental periods
Known as the “Father of Modern Psychology” Sigmund Freud
Believed that children go through stages of moral development Lawrence Kohlberg
AUTONOMY Self government; self rule
ECE Approaches Montessori, Head Start, High Scope, Reggio Emilia
Authoritarian Discipline favoring complete obedience or subjection to authority as opposed to individual freedom
Permissive Discipline habitually or characteristically accepting or tolerant of something, as social behavior or linguistic usage, that others might disapprove or forbid.
Democratic or Developmental This discipline style recognizes that children are equal to their parents. Not in sameness of intellect or experience but in their value as a human being.
Created by: kmb2012