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ERIC Number: ED389391
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1995
Pages: 124
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: ISBN-155740-18-X
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The Developing Child Workbook 1995/1996.
Olenick, Rhoda; And Others
An integral part of The Developing Child video modules from the same producer, this workbook provides a very useful clearly formatted modular presentation, 30 modules in all, of information on all areas of child development. The workbook can be used with the videos, without them as a stand alone tutorial or review source, or as the outline for a more encompassing course in the area of child development. The 30 modules constitute a survey of current child development, covering theory, history and trends, methods, bioscience background, fetal through adolescent development, and a variety of related topics. Each module includes five sections: overview, key questions to consider, vocabulary, instructional objectives, and self test. The 30 modules are: (1) Observation; (2) Study of the Child: History and Trends; (3) Theories of Development; (4) Context of Development; (5) Conception and Heredity; (6) Prenatal Development; (7) Understanding Pregnancy; (8) The Neonate; (9) Infancy: Landmarks of Development; (10) Infancy: Beginnings in Cognition and Language; (11) Infancy: Early Relationships; (12) Infancy: Self and Social World; (13) Early Child Care and Education; (14) The Child in the Family; (15) Nutrition; (16) Exceptional Children; (17) Toddlerhood: Physical and Cognitive Development; (18) Toddlerhood: Emotional Development; (19) Preschoolers: Physical and Cognitive Development; (20) Preschoolers: Social and Emotional Development; (21) Play; (22) Language Development; (23) Self-Identity and Sex Role Development; (24) Moral Development; (25) Middle Childhood Growth and Development; (26) Middle Childhood: Society of Children; (27) Middle Childhood: Sense of Industry; (28) Adolescence: Physical Growth and Development; (29) Adolescence: Cognitive and Moral Development; and (30) Adolescence: Social and Emotional Development. Within selected modules are 10 one-page digest-style papers by various authors on pertinent topics including cultural differences, eating disorders, and alternatives to spanking. (ETB)
Magna Systems, Inc., Suite 105, 101 Virginia Street, Crystal Lake, IL 60014 (Video plus "The Developing Child Workbook," $89.95; workbook only, $18.50).
Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Learner
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Magna Systems, Inc., Crystal Lake, IL.
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