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Kids can have depression, too, even toddlers. Here’s how to tell.

Kids can have depression, too, even toddlers. Here’s how to tell. | Child Development | Scoop.it
Children 3 and younger can be depressed, but you have to know what to look for. A primer.


"researchers found that preschoolers as young as 3 can show signs of major depression, “contradicting traditional developmental theory, which claimed that young children were too cognitively and emotionally immature to experience depressive affects.” According to the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, about 5 percent of children and adolescents suffer from depression at any given point in time."


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Social Learning Theory (Bandura) | Learning Theories

Social Learning Theory (Bandura) | Learning Theories | Child Development | Scoop.it
Summary: Bandura's Social Learning Theory posits that people learn from one another, via observation, imitation, and modeling. The theory has often been called a bridge between behaviorist and cognitive learning theories ...
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Risky play and skinned knees key to healthy child development ...

Risky play and skinned knees key to healthy child development ... | Child Development | Scoop.it
Collyer says play and risk are critical parts of child development. Here's what kids at play have always liked to do: Race, climb, wrestle, hang, throw, balance, fence with sticks, jump from heights and gravitate toward sharp ...
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What Is Sensory Processing Disorder? | Child Development

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A.P. Psychology Child Experiment - Piaget's Theory of Cognitive Development

Testing a 4 year old's level of cognitive and moral development with Heinz Dilemma and conservation tasks.
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Child Development Stages

Child Development Stages From birth until about the age of 18, children develop intellectually, socially, emotionally and linguistically. In each stage of ch...
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Neurobehaviour between birth and 40 weeks gestation in infants born <30 weeks gestation and parental psychological wellbeing: predictors of brain development and child outcomes

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Infants born <30 weeks' gestation are at increased risk of long term neurodevelopmental problems compared with term born peers.

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Child Development 101: 8 Key Things to Know About How Kids Learn

Child Development 101: 8 Key Things to Know About How Kids Learn | Child Development | Scoop.it
Kids develop at different paces, but all kids’ brains develop neural pathways at each stage of development. Here are key things to know about child development.

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The Caring Connection: Teaching Empathy to Children

The Caring Connection: Teaching Empathy to Children | Child Development | Scoop.it
Teaching empathy and compassion is an ongoing child development process. Find parenting tips and ideas to help nurture empathetic and compassionate children!

 

Tips for Teaching Empathy to Children

Model generosity of spirit. Raising caring and giving children is a process and they learn more from what we do than what we say. When they're treated with respect and kindness, they learn those characteristics themselves. Try to remember that children have limited life experiences. The occasional unkind remark, spat with a sibling, or full-on meltdown is part of their learning process. View these moments as teaching opportunities and respond with a firm, but loving and kind, response.Get a pet....
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Universal pre-K: Good preschool is an 'academic rocket boost' - The Seattle Times (blog)

Universal pre-K: Good preschool is an 'academic rocket boost' - The Seattle Times (blog) | Child Development | Scoop.it
Universal pre-K: Good preschool is an 'academic rocket boost' The Seattle Times (blog) A study by the National Institute for Early Education over several years found that high-quality preschool in a state Supreme Court-mandated initiative in New...
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What Happens When School Design Looks Like Game Design

What Happens When School Design Looks Like Game Design | Child Development | Scoop.it
At the Quest To Learn School, curriculum experts and game designers work together to reimagine what school might look like if it drew its inspiration from video games.
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Learning theories v 2

Learning theories v 2

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Half an Hour: Connectivism as Learning Theory

Half an Hour: Connectivism as Learning Theory | Child Development | Scoop.it
"Connectivism has a direct impact on education and teaching as it works as a learning theory. Connectivism asserts that learning in the 21st century has changed because of technology, and therefore, the way in which we ...
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Learning To Read May Take Longer Than We Thought

Learning To Read May Take Longer Than We Thought | Child Development | Scoop.it
A Dartmouth study suggests that fifth-graders are still "learning to read," not just "reading to learn." (The theory of the fourth-grade reading shift may be false: http://t.co/i2yYEScMXx)...
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Spanking and Child Development | American College of Pediatricians

Spanking and Child Development | American College of Pediatricians | Child Development | Scoop.it
In October 2013 issue of Pediatrics, MacKenzie, et al. claim in the article “Spanking and Child Development Across the First Decade of Life” that spanking has negative effects on child behavioral and cognitive development ...
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Child Development and Learning

This video addresses "Knowledge About Child Development and Learning" and "Facilitating Child Development and Learning."
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InBrief: The Science of Neglect

Extensive biological and developmental research shows significant neglect—the ongoing disruption or significant absence of caregiver responsiveness—can cause...
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Study Finds Games Benefit Child Development In Moderation

Study Finds Games Benefit Child Development In Moderation | Child Development | Scoop.it
BBC News is reporting that an Oxford University study has found that playing video games for a short time each day may positively impact child development, while playing for extended periods every day may lead to lower life ...
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Reading crucial to child’s development | Lincoln Times-News

Reading crucial to child’s development | Lincoln Times-News | Child Development | Scoop.it

Reading crucial to child’s development | Lincoln Times-News


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Brain Training Games Won't Help Children Do Better at School

Brain Training Games Won't Help Children Do Better at School | Child Development | Scoop.it

There has been a big increase recently in the number of computerised “brain training” programs marketed at young children.


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ESRC's curator insight, August 12, 2014 4:10 AM

Article written by Emma Blakey who is an ESRC PhD researcher.

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Terry Doherty's curator insight, August 15, 2014 11:32 AM

Good to know ... science doesn't completely back up these claims. The analysis about the areas of the brain that are affected and their capacity to 'retain' this brain training really hit home.

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What's on the screen affects baby and toddler language - USA TODAY

What's on the screen affects baby and toddler language - USA TODAY | Child Development | Scoop.it
USA TODAY What's on the screen affects baby and toddler language USA TODAY WASHINGTON — Researchers are increasingly looking at how much time babies and toddlers spend in front of TV, laptops or iPads, but now some are saying the debate needs to...
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Depressed Preschoolers Still Suffer Years Later - Epoch Times

Depressed Preschoolers Still Suffer Years Later - Epoch Times | Child Development | Scoop.it
Depressed Preschoolers Still Suffer Years Later
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Children diagnosed with depression in preschool are 2.5 times more likely to have the condition in elementary and middle school, report researchers.
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Children's Cognitive Development May Be Affected By Marital Stress At Home

Children's Cognitive Development May Be Affected By Marital Stress At Home | Child Development | Scoop.it
Children who are exposed to martial stress at an early age may have more difficulty regulating attention and emotion, according to a new study by Auburn University and Catholic University of America.

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