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1Social and Emotional DevelopmentDerick PachecoAmerican Military UniversityCHFD311 1001John TerzynskiNovember 14,2021
1What is social and emotional development? Social and emotional development means how achild can start to understand who they are as a person, what they are feeling, and how tointeract with others theirownage or adults. These development stages are crucial to a child'severyday life in school and at home. Also, learning how to accept guidance in a verbal andphysical way. The way that each child learns can have a different outcome. Not all children arethe same or learn at the same pace. There are several different categories for social andemotional development and behaviors. For example, you have development stages, the need tofeel safe and secure, and modeling behaviors. All of these examples will have differentoutcomes depending on the child and their needs. A stage of development is an age where achild will display certain needs, behaviors, and capabilities. When a child is born and until theyarethe age of18 months old is the most crucial time for learning how to trust. Being able totrust a parent, siblings, or family members is huge. If a child doesn’t learn to trust or followothers by examples of seeing trust,then it can be hard for the family. If a child doesn’t feel safearound family, then how are you supposed to be able to interact, have family gatherings, orbirthday parties. When a child sees a parent or sibling comfortable around someone or a groupof family,then the child will learn that it is okay and that person is safe. When it comes to beingin a school setting, the child needs to learn that it is okay to trust a teacher and have a goodfriendship or bond with them. If this relationship isn't built,then it will become somewhatimpossible for the child to be comfortable being left alone with this person without a parentaround. I think the best way for this form of trust to be built is if the child sees the parent or
1another student have trust in that person and see that it is okay to be with this person with aparent around.From the age of 18 months to three years old,a child will take the steps to develop self-concept. At home andatschool, the child willbegin tolearn more about their physical growth,such as running, walking, and climbing. A child will learn their emotions and behaviors whenheard a certain word such as “NO”. A child in this stage will learn how to toilet themselves andhave more control over things that they can do on their own. A child can learn from theguidance of a parent or siblings showing them how to use the restroom and encouraging them

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