Chap 1 hw - Principles of Child Development 1/17/2008...

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Principles of Child Development 1/17/2008 Chapter 1 What develops when?—When Distinctive changes occur during a child’s development, like walking, talking, etc. (Changes in categories of physical, cognitive, social, emotional) How?—How these distinctive changes occur and how they operate. Says who?—The point of view and way data is collected influences the “what develops when?” and “How?” question. So what?—Ways in which what we learn from these questions can be applied to our life. Profession: Pediatrician What develops when?—Pediatricians can detect if a child may have problems because he/she has not developed a certain skill or action. How?—By understanding how changes occur and what is needed for a change to occur, if a child is developing slower than what is considered “normal,” they can take steps to help the child develop. Says who?—Doctors have their own opinions on what kind of treatment or care is best for children, but considering all different options before making choice would result in a
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