HDFS 311 Lecture 1
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HDFS 311 Lecture 1 March 30 0 Domains of Development Cognitive 0 Looking at things look away when things are to overwhelming 0 Visual special 0 Domains of Development Social and Emotional 0 Your not going to learn without stable healthy social and emotional environment 0 Kids need to be able to have a serve and return interaction Sponges take in a lot from the environment Periods of development 0 Prenatal conception to birth 0 Infancy and toddlerhood birth to 2 years 0 Early childhood 2 to 6 years 0 Middle childhood 6 to 11 years 0 What is a theory why should we care 0 An orderly integrated set of statements that Describes behavior Explains behavior Predicts behavior 0 Hypothesis 0 Basic Issues in Child Development 0 Continuous or discontinuous Stage theory of discontinuous theory 0 One course of development of many possible courses It depends on what you are talking about there is one course of development for example to see and to talk but vocabulary has many possible courses Trauma you cant eliminate the past Relative prosticity 0 Nature or nurture Identical twins how the manifest their genetics Physical development Cognitive development Emotional and Social development 0 Stability or plasticity Stability Little change possible over time 0 Early experience may a have lifelong impact Plasticity Change is possible based on experiences Piaget s stages of cognitive development 000000 0 Categorize children with schemas Discontinuous Stage based Nature and nurture How you act on the world Saw children as little scientists that were out exploring the world Plasticity Informationprocessing perspective 0 0000000 Your mind as a computer Components of thinking Understanding how we learn Gradually increase Strategies to process information Many courses possible Nature and nurture Plasticity Vygotsky s sociocultural theory 00000 O Adds importance of culture Peer interaction how we learn from each other Social in uencesculture in uences ConUnuous Many courses Plasticity Bronfenbrenner s ecological systems theory O 0000 0 Factors in uencing development Biological Family Sociocultural How do we explain development Continuous and discontinuous Development isn t one or the other there are both Many courses Nature and nurture Bioecological model 0 Four components of the model Process 0 Interactions are bidirectional Personal 0 Individual characteristics person components Context 0 4 interrelated systems 0 Mesosystem Most intermost layer closest to the child s development Time Bidirectional in uences o Microsystem The individual 0 Exosystem Extended family neighborhood community health services 0 Macrosystem Laws values customs Length interactions historical events Recent theoretical perspective Dynamics systems perspective Over time it goes in different directions based on things going on in life Adds to the puzzle each contribute a piece to the puzzle that we take and are able to understand by putting them together