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EDU 116 - Development of the Young Child - Textbook

Resources for EDU 116, Child Development at Hostos Community College.

Module 1: The Chemical Mind (Video)

Objective: Students will be able to describe how the mind operates.

Click on the video below or this link https://youtu.be/W4N-7AlzK7s for the assigned media:

Screen shot of YouTube video The Chemical Mind: Crash Course Psychology #3

Module 2: Motor Skills, Early Learning, and Perceptual Abilities

Objective: Students will be able to discuss the important physical stages from when a child is born to five years.

Module 3: Brain Development

Objective: Students will be able to discuss brain development and the consequences of early life stress on the developing brain.

Module 4: Moral Growth

Objective: Students will be able to discuss the importance of moral growth.

Module 5: Influence of the Environment

Objective: Students will be able to review "this edition of Early Childhood Matters" that "brings together articles from India to the Netherlands and the United States, exploring issues ranging from playground design to the effects of noise and crowding, “public parenting” as the middle classes reclaim urban spaces, and ways to get children’s voices heard in urban design decisions." Students will be able to discuss the influence of environment on children in early childhood.

Module 6: Emotional and Social Development

Objective: Students will be able to review the milestones of socioemotional development in childhood.

Attributions

The Chemical Mind: Crash Course Psychology #3. Authored by: CrashCourse. Located at: https://youtu.be/W4N-7AlzK7s License: Standard YouTube License.

Growth Stages 1: Infancy and Early Childhood. Provided by: ScienceNetLinks.  Located at: http://www.oercommons.org/courses/growth-stages-1-infancy-and-early-childhood/view  License: All Rights Reserved Advancing Science, Serving Society (AAAS).

Early Adverse Experiences: What Does the Latest Brain Research Tell Us? Authored by: Johanna Bick and Charles A. Nelson. Provided by: Early Childhood Matters (June 2015, Vol. 124), Bernard van Leer Foundation. Located at: https://bernardvanleer.org/publications-reports/a-good-start-advances-in-early-childhood-development License: Reproduction of articles by photocopying or electronic means for non-commercial purposes is permitted. However, it is requested that the author, Early Childhood Matters and Bernard van Leer Foundation are cited as the source of the information. Permission must be obtained to use photos.

Moral Development, Educational PsychologyAuthored by: Kelvin Seifert and Rosemary Sutton. Provided by: Lumen Learning. Located athttps://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/31779972/Educational%20Psychology.pdf or https://courses.lumenlearning.com/educationalpsychology/chapter/moral-development-forming-a-sense-of-rights-and-responsibilities/ Project: Global Text. LicenseCC BY: Attribution

Small Children, Big Cities. Authored by: Various. Provided by: Early Childhood Matters (November 2014, Vol. 123), Bernard van Leer Foundation. Located at: https://earlychildhoodmatters.online/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/ECM123-2014_Small-children_big-cities.pdfLicense: Reproduction of articles by photocopying or electronic means for non-commercial purposes is permitted. However, it is requested that the author, Early Childhood Matters and Bernard van Leer Foundation are cited as the source of the information. Permission must be obtained to use photos.

Socioemotional Development in Children. Authored by: Boundless. Provided by: Lumen Learning. Located athttps://courses.lumenlearning.com/boundless-psychology/chapter/infancy-and-childhood/ LicenseCC BY-SA: Attribution-ShareAlike