Child development theories

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  • Created on: 02-01-16 17:25
What are the main principles of development?
Physical development starts with large uncontrolled movements but then becomes more controlled. All areas of development are interrelated. There are many areas of development including social, emotional, physical, cognitive, language and self-concept
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What is the definition of growth?
The development of a child and the rate in which they achieve milestones
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What is a developmental norm?
The average rate of development for children of certain ages
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What is delayed global development?
When a child is behind on their development in two or more areas of development
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What is a talented of gifted child?
A child that is above the developmental norm
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Gaynor Davis

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Hello, thank you for this but I'm afraid I disagree with the answer for number 4.

Shanice_1999

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ANSWER NO. 4

"Global Developmental Delay (GDD) is the general term used to describe a condition that occurs during the developmental period of a child between birth and 18 years. It is usually defined by the child being diagnosed with having a lower intellectual functioning than what is perceived as 'normal'."

Special educational needs (2017)

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