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Lecture 6

CDE 232 Lecture 6: Chapter 6- Early Childhood

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Department
Child Development
Course Code
CDE 232
Professor
Rajni Nair

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• Gender differences in size and stature • Continue same dr visits once a year • Dental visits (first tooth loss 5-6 years of age) • Brain Changes: o Brain weight by age 5 is 90% of adult brain weight o Changes in the frontal lobe, means they are more able to control emotions, by 5 or 6 able to control emotions o amnesia: you can’t remember what happened before 2 years • health and safety: o protein deficiency o blood test for iron deficiency o high rate of injury because physical development has matured but cognitive development isn’t there yet • cognitive development: o Piaget’s pre- operational thinking o Centrating: focused how high the water is in the glass, as opposed to how wide it is. o Lack of conservation: they cannot conserve due to centration o They like to put things in order (biggest to smallest, colors) • Theory of Mind: o Toddlers think you know everything o When kids try to play tricks on you (you don’t know if they don’t tell you), they can hide things they did but this also applies to jokes and silliness • They are able to take in a lot of information • Preschool: set curriculum, scope and sequence (you have to teach in order because you use some skills for other skills), teachers have degrees o Frequent movement of
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