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Default CYPOP 1 1.4 Explain the impact of current research into the development and learning of babies and young children

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Can anyone point me in the right direction of this, cant find anything which I think will answer the question.

CYPOP 1 1.4 Explain the impact of current research into the development and learning of babies and young children.

I am doing this qualification under my own steam pretty much, and am struggling a bit at times.

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Hi, current research for children/babies learning and development focusses on the brain and what happens to it when children learn.

The Science museum.org.uk has a good section to help.


Research helps us to look at the importance of sleep. The Mental health sleep report makes good reading
Calm and quiet places
Communication & language, rhythm, rhyme and song
Healthy nutritious diet
Physical exercise
Sensory experiences
Emotional security - attachment theory, trust & confidence.
Indoor and outdoor exploration

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im stuck on this question too anyone with abit more info ?
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Hi, welcome to the site. Current research influences the way we think about children's development and the ways in which we 're able to provide for individual learning and development needs.

Quote from page 433 of the Miranda Walker handbook
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The current focus of research into learning and development of babies and young children is the physical development of the brain, and what happens to the brain when children learn. Thanks to breakthroughs in technology in recent years, we've been discovering more about this all the time.

A baby's brain begins forming just three weeks after conception. When they are born, babies have around 100 billion neuron cells.These start to function when connections are made between them. Babies and young children are making connections all the time, even in their sleep when they are processing information they have taken in during the day, so plenty of rest is important. Connections are made in response to all sorts of stimulus that the baby receives. Early on, much of this is sensory. Evidence shows that good health and a healthy diet also influencethe making of connections.
The search page onsite will find other relevant threads and the CYPOP 1 unit on OCR will help with additional information.

If you've access to the cache or heinemann they both have more on the unit.

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I still don't get it can someone please help meee!!
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I still don't get it can someone please help meee!!
Hi, welcome to the site. I removed your other question about this xx

Research is information belonging to an investigation or a study of a specific interest. What makes it current is that it hasn't been surpassed or superseded by newer information on the same interest or that the investigation/study is continuing to happen now, in the present day.

For this unit the area of interest is the brain, its development and children's learning. CYPOP 1 1.4 current reseach focusses on neuroscience and provides evidence that the early experiences children have are vital to healthy brain development. Through their senses children experience sensations that build neuron connections and synapses in the brain that provide foundations for learning.

If you have access to a copy page 366 of the cache handbook has supportive reading for this criteria. More excellent reading is the Developing brain publication and learning begins early by the bernard van leer foundation.

Other resources are The Learning Brain: Lessons for Education amazon.co.uk People under three - young children in day care amazon.co.uk

Early brain development search on google

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