Children of Alcoholics

Children of Alcoholics

This paper aims toward the children that have been neglected and abused by an alcoholic. Identification of these children is difficult for several reasons, the child being embarrassed, being ignorant to the fact alcoholism is a disease, denial, and simply … Continued
Abraham Maslow and the Self-Actualization Theory

Abraham Maslow and the Self-Actualization Theory

Abraham Maslow was a man who has a tremendous influence on early childhood education. Maslow’s theory was about achieving self-actualization with the satisfaction of human needs. According to Maslow’s theory basic needs have to be satisfied before any other higher … Continued
Compare No Means No and Toxic Teenager

Compare No Means No and Toxic Teenager

Johanna Garcia Menchaca May 18th Essay The purpose of this essay is to compare the content of two articles. The first one is called “How we gave birth to the toxic teenager” by Robert Shaw and the second article is … Continued
Childhood Obesity

Childhood Obesity

Childhood obesity has become a major issue in our society. It does not only influence one’s childhood but it will also make an impact on one’s later adult life. For example, how will people perceive an obese person when one … Continued
Biting: Bite and Child Care Center

Biting: Bite and Child Care Center

Some reasons for biting includes: frustration, lack of confidence, lack of motor development, sensory integration problems, imitation, and teething. Although there are many possible explanations for biting behavior, the fact remains that it is a practical issue for caregivers, adults, … Continued
The Importance of the Main Ingredients of the Montessori

The Importance of the Main Ingredients of the Montessori

Montessori indicates that the absorbent mind of a child is being developed between 0-6 years of age, we shall discuss about the importance of the prepared environment and of the directress in a Montessori school according to this stage of … Continued
Birth Order Paper Outline

Birth Order Paper Outline

Birth Order I. Introduction a. Have you ever wondered why your older sister would try to play parent to you growing up? Or how about your baby brother that did just about anything to get the attention of anyone and … Continued
Volleyball: Spiking Your Way Into Success

Volleyball: Spiking Your Way Into Success

We’ve all heard this before right, pick up a weight and the pounds will just slide on off. However, what I’m offering does more than just drop the pounds; I’m offering communication skills, a lesson in organization, responsibility and hard … Continued
Positive Role Model in the Children

Positive Role Model in the Children

At some point they may also look to other role models for inspiration such as policemen, doctors, firemen, sports men, entertainers, etc whose perceived behaviours can have a direct effect on others, young or old, actual behaviours. Children and young … Continued
Seek to Worship Together

Seek to Worship Together

Should churches have focused ministry and mission with children and or young people, or should they seek to work with all ages together. Abstract This assignment will examine whether focused ministry specifically with young people has a place within the … Continued
Final Project

Final Project

Rusty Lee Roy Cummins is a smart nine-year-old boy in the third grade of school with an IEP (Education Learning Plan). Rusty has all the ability in the world to learn but is behind all the other students. His delay … Continued
Childhood Memories

Childhood Memories

As we grow older and return to the places of our childhood, we are often surprised to discover things are not as we remember. A child’s memory of a place, such as a family[->0] vacation spot, will be very different … Continued
Why People Communicate?

Why People Communicate?

Identification of the different reasons people communicate: Communication-is the exchange and flow of information and ideas from one person to another. People communicate for a number of different reason wome of which I have listed below. -give informations/receive information When … Continued
Statement of Competence

Statement of Competence

From birth on children have developmental milestones to reach. These are just a guide, but it does help parents and caregivers know what to practice with the children. Throughout early childhood you will notice children changing physically, mentally and emotionally. … Continued
Health and Safety Training for Early Childhood Educators

Health and Safety Training for Early Childhood Educators

Nutrition, Health, and Safety Training for Early Childhood Educators This summative assignment is to develop a PowerPoint presentation designed as training for the staff of an early childhood education program focusing on strategies to support the health, safety and nutrition … Continued
My Psychosocial Stage of Development

My Psychosocial Stage of Development

My Psychosocial Stage of Development S. Pulliam April, 2011 First I would like to define psychosocial development; this is the development of the personality or the acquisition of social attitude and skill from infancy through maturity. Based on the charting … Continued
Describe How to Establish Respectful

Describe How to Establish Respectful

Listening is arguably the most important way in which to establish a respectful and professional relationship with a child or young person. By a TA listening to what a child has to say, without interruption, conveys to the child that … Continued
Sex and Children

Sex and Children

Much like the outburst that same-sex marriage caused, we are now seeing the advent of arguments for “genderless parenting”; the idea that all a child needs is love and it’s irrelevant whether the loving persons are male or female. Now … Continued
Guidance and Discipline Issues in the Early Education

Guidance and Discipline Issues in the Early Education

Children who come from a lower economic background have a much greater disadvantage than other children. Early childhood represents a particularly important time to target children’s risk of behavior problems through proper guidance and discipline. There is a great need … Continued
Children’s Pastimes Today and Yesterday

Children’s Pastimes Today and Yesterday

Children’s Pastimes, Today and Yesterday Children’s Pastimes, Today and Yesterday Gail Wilson CompositIon I Professor Goar Everest University Online May 26. 2011 Children’s Pastimes, Today and Yesterday Abstract This article will show the differences in Children’s Pastimes Today and Yesterday … Continued
Parental Control – the Correct Approach?

Parental Control – the Correct Approach?

Parental Control – The Correct Approach? It is the role of the parents to guide their child, to ensure that the child follows the right path, whatever that path may be. After all, it is the parent who possesses the … Continued
Planning Healthy

Planning Healthy

Describe the Factors to Take Into Account When Planning Healthy and Safe Indoor and Out Door Environments and Services The health and safety requirements of all pupils and adults must be taken into consideration before starting any learning activity and … Continued
Explain the Sequence and Rate of Each Aspect of Development

Explain the Sequence and Rate of Each Aspect of Development

Holistic development: The first month Physical development The gross motor skills that the baby of 0-1 month old will develop is that the baby lies supine (on his or her back) and the fine motor skills will be the baby … Continued
The Psychological Effects of Childhood Obesity

The Psychological Effects of Childhood Obesity

There is no specific reason that describes either why a child would fall into this group or why this number is on the rise. The physical disadvantages of obesity have been well documented. While the psychological effects often seem to … Continued
Understand How to Safeguard Children and Young People

Understand How to Safeguard Children and Young People

When working children and young people with learning disabilities it is important to collaborate with other professionals involved with the child sharing advice and guidelines, supporting and managing the child’s needs while encouraging their development. When working a school, pupil’s … Continued
Child Rearing Practice Among Filipino Family

Child Rearing Practice Among Filipino Family

Infant and childhood behavior and development are affected by parental expectations, caretaking, and childrearing practices. The different persons the young child is exposed to during the developmental process, and the various stimuli presented to it exert a tremendous effect on … Continued
Development Stages 0-19 Years

Development Stages 0-19 Years

Unit 004 Children and Young People’s Development The table below shows at what stage’s the expected pattern of development for children will occur. The development areas cover Physical, Communication, Social, Emotional and Behavioural Development. Physical Development This is an area … Continued
Describe the Expected Pattern of Children

Describe the Expected Pattern of Children

In this assignment I will discuss the main stages of development and how it can sometimes differ for different sexes. The expected pattern starts at 0-3 years where a child is expected to develop the most. They have little control … Continued
Child Labor in the Philippines

Child Labor in the Philippines

Child labor is an unacceptable fact that is prominent here in the Philippines, but abolishing it means abolishing the hopes of the children to earn money for their family. First let’s define what child labor is, According to Wikipedia Child … Continued
The Declining Values in Society Especially Among Youths

The Declining Values in Society Especially Among Youths

Malaysia now and before has a huge and tremendous of differences. Look at the streets, the buildings, the facilities and other infrastructures; not all but most of it is in a good condition. Moreover, in most part of the country … Continued