In The Classroom
What is gender differentiation?
From birth we are "assigned" to a gender and we often conform to those expectations.
Gender differentiation is defined as The process of assigning social significance to biological
Boys and Girls Club
The Boys and Girls Club is a national organization that serves as an after school program
for low-income families for children ages K-12. Their mission statement states, To provide
school age youth with fun and enriching programming in
Brief Description of the Persons Interviewed
I chose to interview two women in my family. My grandmother, who is a 68-year-old
women, who is retired and living at home with my grandfather. She was married at 20 years old
and has three
FINAL Terms and Definitions
Be able to define the following: concerted cultivation, accomplishment of natural
growth, cultural capital, habitus, social reproduction, segregation, tracking,
ethnography, achievement ideology, American dream, aspirations, em
Lab #4: Physical Motor Development
Name of Child: Oskar
Time of Observation: 9:08 a.m.- 10:00 a.m.
Setting: Oskar began sitting at the table in the library play area playing with a tree house set. He
then moved to the back of t
Lab # 9: Observation: Categories and Social Stages of Play
Observation Time: 1:25p.m. - 2:15p.m.
Categories of Play:
1. Functional Play (also called sensorimotor or practice play).
Functional play is a type of play that is known for b
Lab #5- Cognitive and Linguistic Observation
Name of Child: Mia
Time of Observation: 9:00 a.m.- 9:50 a.m.
Setting: Mia spent the first part of the time in the library area sitting at a small round
table playing with counting b
Provide Responsible Caregiving vs. Legal Responsibilities (Describe)
Responsible Caregiving: Ongoing/continuous attachment and relationship,
material resources, medical care, discipline, education, preparation for childs
I interviewed my mom who is a wonderful parent. My mom has been a parent for 19
years and has 3 children. I am the oldest and I am 19 years old, my brother is in the
middle and is 17 years old, and my sister is the yo
October 18, 2015
Lab Observation 2 : Categories and Social Stages of Play
1. Functional play. (Also called sensorimotor or practice play.)
a. Bates Hall, entire 117 classroom, include children and head
teacher, assistance teacher. Tim
In a small town, one of the biggest challenges is finding things to do for
adolescents. In our town we have seen a rise in crime, drug use, and pregnancy among
the youth population. One of the major controversies in
Cognitive Terms HDFS 330, Lab 5
Cognition is a process of discovery that becomes increasingly systematic as the child matures. Langua
ge is a communication process that aids and is interwoven with cognition, but it may also be observed
as a separate entit
Lab #5: Cognitive & Linguistic Development
Observe Week 6 & Final Version Due May 22
This lab requires advance preparation!Beginyourobservation(s)duringWeek6.Complete 4 copies of a draft of Lab
#5 for the Peer Review scheduled Thursday, May 17
HDFS 330- Lab Report #4
May 3, 2012 n
Lab 4: Physical Motor Development (Fine Motor Skills)
Name of Child: Julia
Time of Observation: 9:10-10:00
Context Statement: This observation is being taken on Thursday morning, May
third. I notice Julia
Language Terms HDFS 330 Lab 6
The 3 elements of language that chil
May 14, 2012
Eleventh grade students were asked survey questions regarding their perception of their weight.
The sample frame was 3,551 who answered questions in the Oregon Healthy Teens survey. The response rate for the firs
May 10, 2012
Responsive Writing #3
Reggio Emilia 3.2.1. Response
What are the three most critical concepts you learned from reading these
articles? Describe at least one concept from each article.
Based on the article Fundamentals of the Regg
HDFS 330 Responsive Writing #3
Short Response to Articles on Reggio Emilia
Articles assigned on Thursday, May 3
Written response is due Thursday, May 10, at the beginning of class.
This week's readings include 3 short articles on Reggio Emilia, a projectc
HDFS 330 10.22.15
PHYSICAL,MOTOR AND SENSORY DEVELOPMENT
Physical development : scope and sequence
1. what has to happen, in what order, for the child to do a task successfully?
a. buttoning a button
b. putting on a jacket
c. putting on boot