Child Development Assignment Sample

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Research based criticalreflective analysis -fostering positivebehaviours.(Word Count of the Assignment - 1699)
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................3MAIN BODY...................................................................................................................................3Criteria 1.................................................................................................................................3Criteria 2.................................................................................................................................4Criteria 3.................................................................................................................................5CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................6REFERENCES................................................................................................................................7Appendix..........................................................................................................................................9Appendix 1.............................................................................................................................9Appendix 2...........................................................................................................................10Appendix 3...........................................................................................................................12Appendix 4...........................................................................................................................14
INTRODUCTIONChild development, term can be defined as many sequential phases of individual's life,which consists with ample number of hormonal and other sort of alterations. There are someother factors as well like language, emotional, physical and other related changes that took placein life of a child. A child basically dependents on parents or may be guardians till the time he/shegets capable of becoming independentor to take care of himself or herself by own (Tearle &Spandagou, 2012). Here, it can be said that positive behaviour is considered as the main part ofthe development of every child as this not only helps in developing their mindset but in terms ofphysical as well. Present report is going to focus on a child's development named as Shine atdifferent stages like from the age of 1, 3, 5 and 7.The report will provide information about childdevelopment and learning issues that may impact on behaviour and inclusion of every child inindividual manner. It will further provide information on the learning opportunities withconsideration of inclusion and diversity and learning environments of children(Sims, 2011). Atlast, it will provide knowledge on ethical and professional responsibilities of a teacher whichhelps children in fostering positive behaviour.MAIN BODYCriteria 1On the basis of information obtained from all 8 videos, it has been analysed that majorissue in Shine's development is socio economic. Socio-economic is termed as the study whichstates that how economic condition of an individual affects their social development. Financiallyweak status of Shine in her early childhood have affected development of overall learning periodas her parent were not able to provide her good level of basic necessities like high nutrient food,clothes etc.On the other hand, obesity too have major impact over behaviour of Shine, thatresults in making her more introvert with the passing time(Kohn, 2006). Through psychologicalperceptive, it was identified later that impact of obesity on children is a psychological problemthat generates feeling of depression and anxiety. Empahsizing on the Shine’s age, theinvestigation gave results that parents of Shine were not able to provide enough time andparticipation in her childhood development. This has increased her loneliness which has led tothe child becoming an introvert because there was no one who could hear, understand andinteract with the child(Karten & Karten, 2007). It also has impacted negatively on Shine as she
did not feel comfortable while communicating to others. Also, it has been identified that variousother influences of childhood obesity on children are physical health, emotional well-being,social connections, self-esteem etc. All these factors have a significant impact on the academicperformance of child as well since there are high chance that child who suffers from obesity willnot be able to learn quickly in comparison of other children(Healy, 2008). Along with this, italso lowers down the quality of life experience of child as they are not able to access betterlearning environment. Impact of obesity can also be seen on the learning and development ofShine. Obesity also enhances chances of being caught into other diseases which affects normalhealth condition of Shine as she is not able to perform basic activities of school like otherchildren. This has also reduced her attendance record at school which ultimately affects herschool performance. Shine is also not able to develop her knowledge gained from school sessionas due to health issues she is not able to attend all school sessions.The overall analysis drawn from proforma template of Shine, it has been evaluated thatthis child has learnt a lot from her family background, that creates extensive impact over herdevelopment as well as learning abilities(Yelland, 2010). In order to observe the child and hervarious aspects related to the personality, when Shine was 5-year old she was kept in a roomwith other children of same age. Instructors placed marshmallows in the room before kids inorder to capture reactions of children towards marshmallows. Under this process, it was analysedthat during entire time period Shine did not eat a single marshmallow. The main reason behindthis was identified that she is intelligent and aware about the fact that if she had controlled herdesire to eat marshmallows during the room test then she will get three Marshmallow afterclearing this task(Griffin, 2008).This simply depicts that Shine has gained strong intelligencegenes from her father which lead to development of her intelligence at the initial level only(Grace, Hodge & McMahon, 2017).Although, this baby girl is very young to understandcompetition but while comparing her intelligence with the other children it could be concludedthat her brain and intelligence level is much sharper in comparison to kids of age similar to her.It could also be concluded that since Shine has observed her parents struggling period, it hasmade her strong enough to understand things from the initial phase of her growth and make wiserchoices.
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