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Child Development and Education

Child Development and EducationTitoloChild Development and Education
AutoreMcDevitt, Teresa M. ; Ormrod, Jeanne Ellis
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CategoriaPsychology: Developmental - Child
Education: Educational Psychology
Family & Relationships
RilegaturaPaperback
Dati611 p.; ill.
Anno2012
EditoreAllyn & Bacon
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Part 1 Foundations in Child Development
Chapter 1 Making a Difference in the Lives of Children and Adolescents
2
Case Study: Tonya
3
The Field of Child Development
4
Three Developmental Domains
4
Effects of Context on Development
5
Basic Issues in Development
5
Nature and Nurture
5
Universality and Diversity
9
Qualitative and Quantitative Change
10
Applying Basic Lessons from Child Development
11
Theories of Child Development
12
Biological Theories
12
Behaviorism and Social Learning Theories
13
Psychodynamic Theories
14
Cognitive-Developmental Theories
14
Cognitive Process Theories
15
Sociocultural Theories
16
Developmental Systems Theories
17
Taking a Strategic Approach to Theory
18
Developmental Periods
21
Infancy (Birth-2 Years)
21
Early Childhood (2-6 Years)
22
Middle Childhood (6-10 Years)
22
Early Adolescence (10-14 Years)
23
Late Adolescence (14-18 Years)
24
From Theory to Practice
25
Applying Knowledge of Child Development in the Classroom and Community
29
Strengthening the Commitment
31
Summary
31
Applying Concepts in Child Development
32
Chapter 2 Using Research to Understand Children and Adolescents
36
Case Study: Jack's Research
37
Principles of Research
38
Ethical Protection of Children
38
The Scientific Method
39
Research Participants
39
Analyzing Developmental Research
40
Data Collection Techniques
40
Research Designs
45
Becoming a Thoughtful Consumer of Research
49
Gathering Data as an Educator
52
Inviting Children's Self-Reports
52
Interpreting Tests, Other Assessments, and Artifacts
53
Examining Physiological Data from Children
54
Observing Children
54
Increasing the Accuracy of Conclusions About Children
58
Conducting Action Research
59
Ethical Guidelines for Teacher-Researchers
60
Summary
63
Applying Concepts in Child Development
63
Chapter 3 Family, Culture, and Community
66
Case Study: Cedric and Barbara Jennings
67
Cradles of Child Development
67
Family
67
Culture
68
Community
69
Addressing the Contexts of Children's Lives
70
Family Structures
72
Mothers and Fathers
72
Divorcing Parents
73
Single Parents
74
Parents and Stepparents
75
Extended Family
75
Adoptive Parents
76
Foster Care
76
Other Heads of Family
77
Accommodating the Full Range of Family Structures
78
Family Processes
79
Families' Influences on Children
79
Children's Influences on Families
82
Risk Factors in Families
84
Forming Partnerships with Families
85
Children in a Diverse Society
94
Children's Experiences in Diverse Groups
94
Community Resources
103
Working with Children from Low-Income Families
105
Summary
107
Applying Concepts in Child Development
108
Part 2 Biological Development
Chapter 4 Biological Beginnings
110
Case Study: Birthing the Baby
111
Genetic Foundations of Child Development
112
Structure of Genes
112
Operation of Genes
113
Formation of Reproductive Cells
114
Genetic Basis of Individual Traits
117
The Awakening of Genes
121
The Blending of Heredity and Environment
122
Acknowledging Nature and Nurture in Children's Lives
122
Prenatal Development
124
Phases of Prenatal Growth
124
Medical Care
127
Supporting Parents, Protecting Babies
131
Birth of the Baby
133
Preparation for Birth
134
The Birth Process
136
Medical Interventions
138
Enhancing Parents' Sensitivity to Newborn Infants
141
Summary
144
Applying Concepts in Child Development
144
Chapter 5 Physical Development
148
Case Study: Project Coach
149
Principles of Physical Development
150
The Brain and its Development
153
Structures and Functions
154
Developmental Changes in the Brain
156
Applications of Research on Brain Development
160
Physical Development During Childhood
162
Infancy (Birth-Age 2)
162
Early Childhood (Ages 2-6)
164
Middle Childhood (Ages 6-10)
164
Early Adolescence (Ages 10-14)
165
Late Adolescence (Ages 14-18)
168
Physical Well-Being
169
Eating Habits
171
Physical Activity
175
Rest and Sleep
178
Health-Compromising Behaviors
181
Special Physical Needs
185
Chronic Medical Conditions
185
Serious Injuries and Health Hazards
186
Physical Disabilities
188
Promoting Physical Well-Being in All Children
189
Summary
190
Applying Concepts in Child Development
191
Part 3 Cognitive Development
Chapter 6 Cognitive Development: Piaget and Vygotsky
194
Case Study: Museum Visit
195
Piaget's Theory of Cognitive Development
196
Key Ideas in Piaget's Theory
196
Piaget's Stages of Cognitive Development
199
Current Perspectives Related to Piaget's Theory
205
Key Ideas in Neo-Piagetian Theories
208
Applying the Ideas of Piaget and His Followers
210
Vygotsky's Theory of Cognitive Development
214
Key Ideas in Vygotsky's Theory
216
Current Perspectives Related to Vygotsky's Theory
222
Applying the Ideas of Vygotsky and His Followers
226
Comparing Piagetian and Vygotskian Perspectives
231
Common Themes
231
Theoretical and Educational Differences
233
Summary
236
Applying Concepts in Child Development
236
Chapter 7 Cognitive Development: Cognitive Processes
240
Case Study: How the United States Became a Country
241
Basic Cognitive Processes
242
Key Ideas in Information Processing Theories
243
Sensation and Perception
245
Attention
246
Working Memory and the Central Executive
247
Long-Term Memory
248
Thinking and Reasoning
251
Facilitating Basic Cognitive Processes
252
Metacognition and Cognitive Strategies
255
Learning Strategies
255
Problem-Solving strategies
258
Metacognitive Awareness
260
Self-Regulated Learning
262
Epistemic Beliefs
263
Cultural Roots of Metacognition
264
Promoting Metacognitive and Strategic Development
265
Adding a Sociocultural Element to Information Processing Theories
269
Intersubjectivity
270
Social Construction of Memory
271
Collaborative Use of Cognitive Strategies
271
Enhancing Information Processing Through Social Interaction
273
Children's Construction of Theories
274
Children's Theories of the Physical World
274
Facilitating Children's Theory construction
275
Comparing and Critiquing Contemporary Approaches to Cognitive Development
276
Exceptionalities in Information Processing
278
Learning Disabilities
279
Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
279
Working with Children Who Have Information Processing Difficulties
280
Summary
281
Applying Concepts in Child Development
282
Chapter 8 Intelligence
284
Case Study: Gina
285
Defining Intelligence
285
Theoretical Perspectives on Intelligence
286
Spearman's g
286
Cattell-Horn-Carroll Theory of Cognitive Abilities
287
Gardner's Multiple Intelligences
289
Sternberg's Theory of Successful Intelligence
292
Distributed Intelligence
293
Measuring Intelligence
294
Tests of Intelligence
294
Dynamic Assessment
299
Developmental Assessments with Infants and Young children
300
Developmental Trends in IQ Scores
302
Bioecology of Intelligence
304
Evidence for Hereditary Influences
304
Evidence for Environmental Influences
305
How Nature and Nurture Interact in Their influence on Intelligence
309
Demographic Factors
310
Critique of Current Perspectives on Intelligence
312
Implications of Research on Intelligence
313
Exceptionalities in Intelligence
315
Children Who Have Gifts and Talents
315
Children with Intellectual Disabilities
317
Summary
321
Applying Concepts in Child Development
321
Chapter 9 Language Development
324
Case Study: Mario
325
Theoretical Perspectives of Language Development
326
Modeling and Reinforcement
326
Nativism
327
Cognitive Process Theories
328
Sociocultural Theories
329
Functionalism
330
Critiquing Theories of Language Development
331
Trends in Language Development
332
Semantic Development
332
Syntactic Development
337
Development of Listening Skills
340
Development of Speaking Skills
343
Development of Pragmatics
348
Development of Metalinguistic Awareness
351
Development of a Second Language
355
The Timing of Second-Language Learning
355
Bilingualism
355
Teaching a Second Language
356
Bioecology of Language Development
360
Gender
360
Socioeconomic Status
360
Ethnicity
360
Exceptionalities in Language Development
362
Specific Language Impairments
362
Sensory Impairments and Language Development
364
Summary
365
Applying Concepts in Child Development
366
Chapter 10 Development in the Academic Domains
368
Case Study: Osvaldo's Story
369
Reading Development
369
Emergent Literacy
370
Letter Recognition and Phonological Awareness
370
Word Recognition
372
Reading Comprehension
373
Metacognition in Reading
374
Bioecology of Reading Development
374
Promoting Reading Development
379
Writing Development
381
Early Childhood
382
Middle Childhood and Adolescence
382
Metacognition in Writing
384
Bioecology of Writing Development
386
Promoting Writing Development
387
Mathematics Development
389
Number Sense and Counting
389
Mathematical Concepts and Principles
390
Basic Arithmetic Operations
390
Developmental Patterns in Mathematical Skills and Understandings
392
Bioecology of Mathematics Development
393
Promoting Development in Mathematics
396
Science Development
397
Children's Theories About the Biological and Physical Worlds
397
Scientific Reasoning Skills
398
Metacognition in Science
399
Bioecology of Science Development
400
Promoting Development in Science
402
Development in Other Academic Domains
403
Social Studies
404
Art
407
Music
408
Using Content Area Standards to Guide Instruction
411
Summary
412
Applying Concepts in Child Development
413
Part 4 Social and Emotional Development
Chapter 11 Emotional Development
416
Case Study: Merv
417
Erikson's Theory of Psychosocial Development
418
Lessons Learned from Life's Challenges
418
Contemporary Perspectives on Erikson's Theory
420
Attachment
421
Developmental Course of Children's Attachments
422
Individual Differences in Children's Attachments
424
The Bioecology of Attachment security
425
Multiple Attachments
428
Attachment Security and Later Development
429
Implications of Attachment Research
430
Emotion
434
Developmental Changes in Emotions
434
Bioecology of Emotions
438
Promoting Children's Emotional Development
440
Temperament and Personality
442
Elements of Temperament and Personality
443
Helping Children Be Themselves
444
Supporting Children and Adolescents Who Face Emotional Challenges
449
Common Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
449
Supporting Youngsters with Emotional and Behavioral Problems
451
Summary
453
Applying Concepts in Child Development
453
Chapter 12 Development of Self and Social Understandings
456
Case Study: Theodore
457
Sense of Self
458
Purpose of the Self
458
Factors Influencing Self-Perceptions
459
Developmental Trends in the Self
460
Transformations in the Self During the Developmental Periods
463
Self in a Bioecological Context
467
Enhancing Children's Sense of Self
473
Social Cognition
479
Understanding What Others Think
480
Social Perspective Taking in Action
482
Social-Cognitive Bias and Prejudice
484
Bioecology of Social Cognition
486
Fostering the Development of Social Cognition
488
Summary
491
Applying Concepts in Child Development
491
Chapter 13 Development of Motivation and Self-Regulation
494
Case Study: Making Kites
495
Extrinsic and Intrinsic Motivation
496
Factors Affecting Extrinsic Motivation
496
Factors Affecting Intrinsic Motivation
498
Development of Goals
503
Achievement Goals
504
Social Goals
505
Future Aspirations
506
Coordinating Multiple Goals
506
Development of Attributions
507
Origins of Attributions
509
Bioecology of Motivation
510
Gender
510
Culture and Ethnicity
511
Motivating Children and Adolescents
513
Self-Regulation
520
Developmental Trends in Self-Regulation
522
Bioecology of Self-Regulation
524
Promoting Self-Regulation
525
Summary
529
Applying Concepts in Child Development
530
Chapter 14 Moral Development
532
Case Study: Changing the World, one City at a Time
533
Moral Reasoning
534
Piaget's Theory of Moral Development
534
Kohlberg's Theory of Moral Development
535
Social Domain Theory of Moral Development
537
Developmental Trends in Morality
540
Bioecology of Moral Development
541
Promoting Moral Development
546
Prosocial Behavior and Aggression
548
Development of Prosocial Behavior
548
Development of Aggression
549
Bioecology of Prosocial Behavior and Aggression
552
Encouraging Children to Act Prosocially and Curb Aggressive Impulses
557
Creating a Safe School Environment
560
Summary
563
Applying Concepts in Child Development
564
Chapter 15 Peers, Schools, and Society
568
Case Study: Life at School
569
Peers
570
Functions of Peer Relationships
570
Social Skills
571
Types of Peer Relationships
577
Fostering Productive Peer Relationships
588
Schools
593
The School as a Community
593
Socialization in Schools
595
Transitions to New Schools
598
Society
600
Services for Children and Adolescents
600
Television and the Interactive Technologies
603
Summary
608
Applying Concepts in Child Development
609
Appendix A Analyses of End-of-Chapter Case Studies1
Appendix B Analyses of End-of-Chapter Artifacts1
Glossary1
References1
Name Index1
Subject Index1
Photo Credits1

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