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Unformatted text preview: ACTIVE LEARNING TEMPLATE: Growth and Development STUDENT NAME______________________________________ 10 year old child DEVELOPMENTAL STAGE________________________________________________________________ REVIEW MODULE CHAPTER____________ EXPECTED GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT Physical Development Neuro: (age 10) brain develops completely Respiratory: less lung infections, developed lungs/alveoli Cardio: heart growth; BP & heart rate increases MSK: better coordination/strength Immune: IgA & IgG develop at age 10 Cognitive Development Piaget’s stage Sees others’ POV Thinks through action/consequences Store memories Interpret current situation Identify relationships During operation thinking- develops principle of conservation Psychosocial Development Industry vs Inferiority stage: develop self worth, competence/ cognitive/social skills. Achieved- success in personal/social tasks, interaction with peers, knowledge interest, needs support/ encouragement by key people in their lives Age-Appropriate Activities Gross motor skills: coordination, balance, rhythm improvement. Physical activities (dance,sports,etc) Fine motor skills: activities refine handeye coordination. Dexterity & hand usage (crafting, sewing, building,etc.) Health Promotion Foster self-esteem/self-confidence. Reinforce: coordination/cooperation through play/learning in group settings, safety, “good touch” & “bad touch”, good eating/exercise, sleep, hygiene Immunizations Vaccines: Polio, Measels, mumps, rubella (MMR), chickenpox (variella), flu shot/yr by age 6. Meningococcal conjugate, HPV, Tdap, Flu shot/yr by age 11-12. ACTIVE LEARNING TEMPLATES Health Screening Throughout school age- expected growth/development. Focused on anticipatory guidance. Visits are more infrequent, focus should be placed on home/ school/community life. Diet/hygiene should still remain important to remain healthy. Nutrition Increased risk of obesity due to decreased exercise/ poor nutrition in late part of stage where body fat percentage increases in prep of adolescence. Age 9-13: boys1800-2000 cals/day, girls- 1600-2000 cals/day. Calcium for strong bones. Portion control, eat schedule promoted. Injury Prevention Discuss safety measures for scooters, bikes, skateboards, cars, water, guns, and playgrounds. Discuss fire safety plans. Discuss safety equipment. Post poison control center phone # in home. Teach parents and child first-aid measures and CPR. ...
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