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Old 02-04-2010, 08:07 PM
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Default Development chart 0 - 19 Physical, emotional, communication, learning

I have to complete a development chart with the following headings

Physical - Intellectual/learning - Language - Emotional - Social - Communication - Health and safety

For all these age groups
0 - 3 years
3 - 7 years
7 - 12 years
12 - 16 years

Please have you any ideas this should be the last bit of this unit but I am soooo stuck

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Old 02-23-2010, 04:31 PM
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Smile Developmental information: links and recommendations

Hi, if you an get a copy of the child developement book 0 - 19 yrs it will help you hugely xx

To research children's development independantly these are a collection of links from other threads on the forum. Please use them to gather and collate a range of developmental information.

Books to support making a development chart:
These links are to amazon.co.uk where new and used editions can be purchased, check with your college or course provider as to the books your qualification enrolement enables you to loan. Also check with your local library branches to see if they're able to loan copies.

Child development 0 - 19 -- Teach Yourself - Understand Child Development by Carolyn Meggitt -- Linking theory and practice
Children's development by Jennie Lindon

Level 3 handbooks for CYPW Early years pathway
Thread discussing recommendations, personal experiences and book reviews. All these books each contain detailed information to help learn about child development, stages, ages, rate, patterns and expected sequences.

Level 3 supporting teaching and learning handbooks
Heinemann primary - Heinemann secondary

How to Observe Children by Sheila Riddall-Leech: This book looks at the Physical Development, Cognitive and Language development and Emotional and Social Development of children from Birth - 11 Years old. Each category links children's developmental stages to a theorist.

Threads for research ...
Different types of transitions, support and effects

Factors to consider when assessing development

Free ideas on methods of observation

A free Child development plan

Accidents and Child Development download from national archives.gov.uk

Level 2 information:
Development from conception to age 16 years
the developing child - expected patterns of development
and dated from NVQ lv 2 unit 201 Understanding children's development - from Pearson schools and FE colleges
Level 2 Teaching assistants handbook - child development from Hoddereducation


Website links:

Links from Doodah xx
Milestone development
Principles of child development

Excellent tip based sheets for:
Fun with 4 year olds - Terrific three year olds - Terrific 2 year olds - five year olds
How do I know my child is developing at the expected rate
From Better Kid Care .psu.edu

---- www.nncc.org/Child.Dev/ages.stages.5y.html
---- www.ask-nanny.com/child-development.html
---- http://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/actearly/index.html : USA CDCP
---- http://www.greatschools.net/articles/?topics=193&language=EN
---- http://www.fisher-price.com/fp.aspx?st=30&e=myfplanding

Quote from Kayt:
- choose the one titled 'Developmental Milestone Summary' it will bring up an Adobe document.

http://www.child-development-guide.c...milestone.html - the only thing this one doesnt have is sensory.

http://hubpages.com/hub/Promoting-Ch...r--Development - sensory development




From Brandy: these are good child development sites they may help you.
Child development websites.















From Minx:
I found http://www.ncrel.org/sdrs/areas/issu...ld/ea7lk18.htm
and http://ascc.artsci.wustl.edu/~play/L...2-Theories.pdf

Existing developmental threads:

Theorists and Theory
How theory links to pactice - thread of links for theorists, relating ideas to practice

Sigmund Freud: psychoanalytical theory - structure of personality
Jean Piaget: constructivist theory - cognitive development - four stages of development and 4 stages of learning
Lev Vygotsky: constructivist theory - cognitive development - scaffolding
Abraham Maslow: humanist theory- heirachy of needs
John Bowlby + Mary Ainsworth: Attachment theory
Albert Bandura: behaviourist theorist - social development - Little Albert
Barrahus F Skinner: behaviourist theory - behavioural development - positive & negative reinforcers, classical & operant conditioning.
John Watson: behaviourist theory - behavioural development
Ivan Pavlov: behaviourist theory - behavioural development

Howard Gardner - multiple intelligences
Lev Vygotsky and Jerome Bruner - Scaffolding childrens learning, supporting the gaps between unaware, discovery and knowing.
Types of play and Susan Isaacs
On amazon.co.uk Linda Pound series of theoretical and theorist titles

Please always feel free to post links to sites and information that you've found helped with your child development research ..

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Just registered, and this information is great, thanks from me too!!
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so glad i found silky steps again, stuck doing development booklet and reflective diary xx
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These two threads are helpful too:


And definitely I found my textbook ace at helping me to complete that table. It's the Children and Young People's Workforce Heinemann Level 3 Diploma. Would really recommend that.
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Old 06-23-2012, 05:01 PM
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Hi , I'm a newbie x and find this site fantastic !!!! X thank you so much .
But I'm just a bit unsure of what I can use as in copy.
Some of the information wrote is exactly what I want to say but am I allowed to write this or do I have to but quote by such a body ? .
Thanks x
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Old 07-18-2012, 05:52 PM
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Default Development chart

My advice as an assessor is to read it all very carefully, make some notes and then write it in your own words. If you do use quotes put them italics or " " and name the source or author. If you copy word for word, this will come up on a plagerism check and your work could be rejected or worse reported to the external quality advisor.
Just enjoy the learning experience and have fun.
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Thank you so much, I found this helpful
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Old 10-28-2013, 12:27 PM
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Thanks from me too - I've just got my assignment back and had missed that I need to do this - as well as all of these - and this is from week one of my course!

1.1 Explain the sequence and rate of each aspect of development from birth -19 years
2.1 Explain how children and young people’s development is influenced by a range of personal factors
2.2 Explain how children and young people’s development is influenced by a rang of external factors
3.1 Explain how to monitor children and young people’s development using different methods
3.3 Explain the reasons why children and young people’s development may not follow the expected pattern.
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Default Stuck On 022.4.3

I need stuck on 022. 2.3 please help me
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