Principles of Development
Growth & Development
Theory
Developmental Disabilities
DAP/Behavior
100
There is a typical sequence of development that occurs as a child grows.
Principle 1- Developmental sequence is similar for all.
100
A growing epidemic that leads to a variety of serious health problems
What is Obesity?
100
This is a set facts or principles analyzed in relation to one another and used to explain a phenomena
What is THEORY?
100
A developmental disability is a ________ ______ that is diagnosed in childhood & substantially limits major life activities in adulthood.
What is chronic condition?
100
DAP is often referred to as ______ and _____
What is "Ages and Stages"
200
Each child is different and the rates at which individual children develop are different.
What is Principle 4- Development Proceeds at Different Rates
200
One of the largest contributing factors that affect a child's ability to grow & develop at a typical rate
What is Health status
200
Comfort needs have to be met before ______ needs
What is Social
200
When child care program fully supports children with develop. disabilities, they are said to be ________.
What is INCLUSIVE
200
Toys and materials that promote creativity or solve problem are called...
What is open-ended
300
Development in children is connected
What is Principle 5- All areas of Develop. are Interrelated
300
This usually involves a progression along a continuous sequential pathway on which the child acquires more refined knowledge, skill, and behavior
What is DEVELOPMENT
300
The fourth stage of Erikson's conflict had to do with children performing complex tasks and mastering new skills.
What is Grade School Industry vs. Inferiority
300
What is ADA, what does in mean?
What is American with Disabilities Act. It prohibits discrimination and guarantees that people with disabilities have the same opportunities as everyone else.
300
This is an impact that a person's immediate society has on how a person perceives and reacts to the world.
What is Culture?
400
In children who develop typically, behaviors and skills they have already acquired become the basis for new behaviors and skills.
What is Principle 3- Development is Continuous
400
Experiencing positive ______ interactions with both adults and peers establishes the foundation for feelings of acceptance, belonging and self-esteem
What is Social
400
Vygotsky's ___________ theory of cognitive develop. focuses on the connection between people and the culture in which they interact.
What is sociocultural theory
400
What is IDEA?What does it mean?
What is Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. Children with disabilities are legally entitled to equal access to community-based child carte settings.
400
When children and adults represent the most positive attributes of society
What is PROSOCIAL BEHAVIOR
500
Development continues in the smaller muscles in the fingers and toes, and results in the ability of the fingers to grasp objects and the toes to help with balance when standing and walking.
What is Principle 2- Develop. Proceeds from General to Specific
500
Children with developmental delays can be a result of ________ _______, such as; prenatal problems, trauma at birth, accidents or sickness.
What is Developmental obstacles
500
This theorist believed that children should be able to work independently in order to engage them in a develop. app. learning environment so they can advance their developmental skills.
What is Montessori
500
Activities should be made to allow children with special needs to participate in group activities and learning centers
What is MODIFICATIONS
500
3 strategies that result in a reduction of negative and challenging behaviors exhibited by children.
What is Prevention, Redirection, and Positive Reinforcement
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