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Studying Early Childhood Development in a Diverse World Ch. 1

What is Early Chilhood Development? The process by which children change as they age from conception/birth, both qualitative and quantitative
Qualitative Gradual transformation into something quite different from before.
Quantitative Occurs gradually, step-by-step
Development The process by which humans change both quailitatively and quantitaively as they grow older.
Early Childhood Development The development of children from conception and birth through ago 8.
Interations with Children Language they use, their interactions with others, understanding of what others do, what causes emotional reaction.
A Guide to Curriculum Planning Plan curriculum that children can truly learn from activities that are appropriate childrens
A Guide to Observing Children and Identifying Special Needs What they need to develop normally what they need to meet their individual needs, which children are at risk or may have special needs.
A Guide to Understanding and Appreciating Diversity "No two children are alike" Behaviors and characteristics are different because of many factors
Unique/Diverse Diversity Physical, emotional, and learning needs of individual children other than gender, ethnicity and intellectual ability
Special Needs Needs of children that result from development delays or disabilities.
Cultural/Ethnic Diversity Varations in development and behavior that are due to a child's cultural background.
Socioeconomic Status Measure of a families overall economic and social status determined by level of education, income, place of residence.
Children of Color/Children of Historically Underrepresented Groups Children of non-european, non-caucasion, ethic background. These phrases replace the traditional word minority.
Created by: abbi09