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Arnold Gesell Principles of Development Maturation Patterns Others Reciprocal Interweaving Functional Asymmetry Self-Regulation Individuality
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Gesell’s Principles of Development Maturation Sequential Order Rate of Development Role of Environment When Ready Catch-Up
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Gesell’s Principles of Development Patterns Patterning Process Patterning Connections
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Gesell’s Principles of Development Reciprocal Interweaving: Developmental process by which two tendencies reach effective organization
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Reciprocal Interweaving
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Gesell’s Principles of Development Functional Asymmetry: We are most effective when confronting the world from one side
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Unformatted text preview: more than the other side. Functional Asymmetry Gesell’s Principles of Development Self-Regulation: – The human being can regulate their own development. – The human being tries to maintain integration and equilibirum. Gesell’s Principles of Development Individuality: Each individual is unique. All children go through the same sequences but at different rates . Gesell’s Philosophy of Child Rearing Inborn schedule Take cues from child Respect children’s individuality In Sum Naturalist What develops? – Individual child – Process – Motor – Overt behaviors – Careful recording of milestones...
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