LDRS 3000/W04: Foundations of Leadership (CRN 82283)
Fall 2016, 7 Week Session II
Dr. Jennifer W. Purcell, EdD, MPA
D2L Email Function is preferred; jpurce10@kennes
Birth and the Newborn Infant
Labor: The Process of Birth Begins
Labor and Delivery
1. The exact moment of birth occurs when the fetus passes through the
vagina and emerges from the mother's body.
Most babies automatically make the
Cognitive Development in Infancy
Piaget's Approach to Cognitive Development
Knowledge is the product of direct motor behavior in infants.
Key Elements of Piaget's Theory
1. All children pass through a series of universal stages in a fixe
The Social Domain
Why is this domain important?
are so vital to human being that friendless children and those whose interpersonal relationships with peers are unsatisfactory lead unhappy lives.
Meghan Lee ECE 3330 Fall 2007
Topic: Frogs Grade Level: 4th GPS: ELA4R1 The student demonstrates comprehension and shows evidence of a warranted and responsible explanation of a variety of literary and informational texts. b. Iden
Gifted Child Quarterly
http:/gcq.sagepub.com Attributional Choices for Academic Success and Failure by Intellectually Gifted Students
Susan G. Assouline, Nicholas Colangelo, Damien Ihrig and Leslie Forstadt Gifted Child Quarterly 2006; 50; 283 DOI: 1
for high potential
From the Editor's Desk
a sonnet from Shakespeare. Whatever the catalyst, one thing is always certain. After a few moments, when the audible excitement has died down, students begin to lift their heads and look at me. I
Standardized Testing: - began during WWI as a way of screening soldiers who had been drafted from various parts of the country. - are timed (paper and pencil) tests consisting of multiple-choice, true-false, and/or matching items. - is based on behav