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Child Dev. Ch. 1

Vocabulary, Diverse Childhood Development

Development The process by which humans change both qualitatively and quantitatively as they grow older.
Early Childhood Development The development of children from conception and birth through age 8.
Unique/Diverse Needs The distinct needs of each individual child that are not related to background or disability.
Special Needs The needs of children that result from developmetnal delays or disabilities.
Cultural/Ethnic Diversity Variations in development and behavior that are due to a child's cultural background.
Socioeconomic Status (SES) A measure of a family's overall economic and social status, determined by level of education, income, place of residence, and occupation of primary wage earners.
Children of color/children of historically under-represented groups. Children of non-European, Non-Caucasian ethnic background. These phrases replace the traditional word minority.