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5.2: Education around the World

Details: Figure 5.2. 2: Parents teaching their children to cook provide an informal education. . ( Photo by Direct Media on StockSnap) Cultural transmission refers to the way people come to learn the values, beliefs, and social norms of their culture. Both informal and formal education include cultural transmission.

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2.2: What is the purpose of education

Details: Note. “The only purpose of education is to teach a student how to live his life-by developing his mind and equipping him to deal with reality. The training he needs is theoretical, i.e., conceptual. He has to be taught to think, to understand, to integrate, to prove. He has to be taught the essentials of the knowledge discovered in the past

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Text/Chapter Organization

Details: Professor in the Teacher Education and Developmental Studies Department, with interest in diversity and equity, and special populations such as children who experience trauma. Michelle is a consultant conducting assessments to determine eligibility for statewide early start programs and supports with several organizations that support children.

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3.1: What are the educational milestones of the 17th and …

Details: by Kim Rodriguez. Education in the 17th and 18th centuries was influenced primarily by theologians, philosophers, and government which included the pedagogies of Sir Francis Bacon of England, Wolfgang Ratke of Germany, René Descartes of France, Jean-Jacques Rousseau of Switzerland, John Comenius (a.k.a. Komensky) of Moravia, and John …

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5.7: The Role of Teachers/Educators

Details: The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) has created the "Code of Ethical Conduct and Statement of Commitment" (May 2011) which identifies the core values and responsibilities early care and educational settings should have and strive to meet in supporting children, families, educators, and community.

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3.4: What are the educational milestones of the 21st …

Details: Cooperative Learning. Cooperative learning is another method of teaching considered vital to today’s educational environment. Students can be put into small groups to complete certain tasks. “Cooperative learning is beneficial because knowledge is exchanged and converges through social interaction” (Weinberger, Stegmann, & Fischer, 2007

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3.1: What are philosophies of education

Details: Philosophies of Education have traveled down a tree of branches. The first four support branches of philosophy are the Idealist school, the Realist school, the Pragmatist school, and the Existential schools of thought (Ornstein, 2003, p. 99). It might help to look at the tree and its individual branches rather than read about them

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3.3: What are the educational milestones of the 20th century

Details: INTRODUCTION AND THE GROWTH OF EDUCATION. In the United States, the start of the twentieth century marked a movement towards the inclusion of more people than ever into the educational system. In 1900, close to six percent of teenagers graduated from high school (Thattai, 2001). States attempted to increase that number by making that goal more

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20.1: Introduction

Details: Introduction to Influences on Development. A child's relationships with family members shape how he experiences relationships outside the home. "What young children learn, how they react to events and people around them, and what they expect from themselves, and others are deeply affected by their relationships with parents, the behavior of

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6.1: Introduction

Details: Introduction to Motor Development. Motor development may not initially seem like the most interesting topic, especially compared to language and cognitive development. In fact, motor development has been considered the “Cinderella of developmental science”, central to children's experiences, but rarely in the spotlight (Adolph et al., 2010

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3.1: Introduction

Details: This section will explain the recommended intake of food and nutrition during the first three years and provide strategies for caregivers to support safe sleep and physical activity. This page titled 3.1: Introduction is shared under a mixed 4.0 license and was authored, remixed, and/or curated by Todd LaMarr.

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2.1: Introduction

Details: A society describes a group of people who share a community and a culture. By “community,” is a definable region—as small as a neighborhood (Brooklyn, or “the east side of town”), as large as a country (Ethiopia, the United States, or Nepal), or somewhere in between (in the United States, this might include someone who identifies with

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32.1: Introduction

Details: Introduction to Curriculum. At the heart of early childhood curriculum is the child who depends on adults to support and nurture exploration and learning. An appropriate curriculum for infants and toddlers provides guidance and strategies for supporting development and learning, engaging in responsive interactions to build relationships, and

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7.2: What is Perception

Details: Perception refers to the process of taking in, organizing, and interpreting sensory information. Perception is multimodal, with multiple sensory inputs contributing to motor responses (Bertenthal, 1996). An infant's turning his head in response to the visual and auditory cues of the sight of a face and the sound of a voice exemplifies this type

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5.1: Introduction

Details: Introduction to Infant and Toddler Mental Health. Across the world, 10% to 20% of children and adolescents suffer from mental health disorders (Bethell et al., 2022; Kessler et al., 2007) that can have a severe, negative impact on children’s development and their long-term capacity to live healthy, productive and fulfilling lives (Lyons-Ruth

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