Child Development

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Child Development by Mind Map: Child Development

1. Pedagogy supporting SEL

1.1. Brain based learning

1.1.1. Cognitive development

1.1.2. Everyone learns differently

1.1.3. Is a process

1.1.4. Enhanced by challenge

1.1.5. Focused attention & Peripheral attention

1.1.6. Conscious & unconscious processes

1.2. Growth Mindset

1.2.1. Embrace challenges

1.2.2. Learn from experience

1.2.3. Value the process

1.2.4. Accept feedback

1.3. Multiple Inteligence

1.3.1. Intellectual abilities

1.3.2. Ways to demonstrate knowledge

1.3.3. Options for student expression

1.4. Markerspace

1.4.1. Creative spaces

1.4.2. Create

1.4.3. Invent

1.4.4. Learn

1.4.5. Engage

1.4.6. Collaborate

2. Stages of development

2.1. Benefits of understanding developmental stages

2.1.1. Provides starting point for planning

2.1.2. Enables meaningful lessons

2.1.3. Support learning better

2.2. Developmental milestones

2.2.1. Physical growth

2.2.1.1. Using muscles

2.2.2. Sensory and motor development

2.2.2.1. Using hands

2.2.3. Language development

2.2.3.1. Using body language/speaking

2.2.4. Cognitive development

2.2.4.1. Thinking skills

2.2.5. Social and emotional development

2.2.5.1. Having relationships

2.2.6. Age-specific

3. Social emotional development

3.1. Understanding other's feelings

3.2. Controlling feelings/behaviors

3.3. Connecting with others

3.4. Feel empathy

3.5. Managing emotions

3.6. Build healthy relationships

3.7. Gains confidence

3.8. Resolves conflict

3.9. Manages stress/anxiety

3.10. Impacts chance of success

3.11. Developed through positive adult relationships

4. Social emotional learning

4.1. Developing self-awareness

4.2. Developing self-control

4.3. Able to cope with everyday stress

4.4. Effective problem solving

4.5. Self-discipline

4.6. Impulse control

4.7. Developing interpersonal skills

4.8. Long-term effects on learner

4.9. Is a proccess

4.10. 5 competencies critical for wellbeing/educational attainment

4.10.1. Self-awareness

4.10.2. Self-management

4.10.3. Social awareness

4.10.4. Relational skills

4.10.5. Responsible decision making

5. Self-Awareness

5.1. Identifies and understands emotions

5.2. Manages emotions

5.3. Sets and achieves goals

5.4. Feeling and showing empathy

5.5. Establishes and maintains relationships

5.6. Makes responsible decisions

5.7. Having a growth mindset

5.8. Aware of emotional responses

5.9. Accurate self perception

5.10. Self-efficacy

6. Mental Health & Well being

6.1. Reducing Stigma

6.1.1. Discuss mental health issues

6.1.2. Share reliable information

6.1.3. Raise awareness

6.2. Signals

6.2.1. Challenging behaviour

6.2.2. Withdrawn

6.2.3. Anxious

6.3. Factors

6.3.1. Genetic perspective

6.3.1.1. problems in brains development

6.3.1.2. chemical imbalances

6.3.1.3. brain trauma

6.3.2. Environmental factors

6.3.2.1. age

6.3.2.2. gender

6.3.3. High risk:

6.3.3.1. Immigration

6.3.3.2. Low income

6.3.3.3. Special needs

6.4. Supports

6.4.1. Connect with appropriate services

6.4.2. IEP

6.4.3. Help learn social skills

6.4.4. Help with self awareness and self control

7. Mindfullness

7.1. Focus on the present

7.2. Stress management

7.3. Self regulation

7.4. Notice thoughts

7.5. Peaceful music

7.6. Nature sounds

7.7. Managing emotions

8. Equity in SEL

8.1. Embrace cultural diversity

8.2. Disregard presumptions

8.3. Equitable learning environments

8.4. Build relationships with students

9. Teaching considerations

9.1. Recognizing your teaching style

9.1.1. Formal authority

9.1.2. Demonstrator

9.1.3. Facilitator

9.1.4. Delegator

9.2. Strategies

9.2.1. Encourage using strengths

9.2.2. Embrace growth mindset

9.2.3. Develop and monitor goals

9.2.4. Create daily check-in

9.2.5. Teach about emotions

10. Teaching strategy

10.1. Arouse all senses

10.2. Help students relax

10.3. Stimulate social skills

10.4. Add challenges

10.5. Integrate art and music into lessons

10.6. Setup learning folders

11. Culturally Relevant and Responsive Teaching

11.1. Validate student identities:

11.1.1. Environment

11.1.2. Curriculum

11.1.3. Instructional methods

11.2. Embrace diversity

11.2.1. Students of colour

11.2.2. English language learners

11.2.3. Marginalized communities

11.3. Important underpinnings

11.3.1. High expectations

11.3.2. Cultural competence

11.3.3. Critical consciousness

11.4. Inclusive Education

11.4.1. Recent immigrants

11.4.2. Low income families

11.4.3. Indigenous families

11.4.4. Marginalized communities

11.5. Standards of Practice

11.5.1. Commitment to students &student learning

11.5.2. Leadership in learning communities

11.5.3. Ongoing professional development

11.5.4. Professional knowledge

11.5.5. Professional practice

12. Self-Management

12.1. Predicts life outcomes

12.2. Ability to navigate/shift thougths

12.3. Ability to navigate/shift emotions

12.4. Cognitive abilities required

12.4.1. Thinking

12.4.2. Planning

12.4.3. Decision making

12.4.4. Problem solving

12.5. Skills to master

12.5.1. Impulse control

12.5.2. Stress management

12.5.3. Self-discipline

12.5.4. Goal setting

12.5.5. Motivation

12.5.6. Self-organization

13. Teaching strategies

13.1. If-then statements

13.2. Awareness of when students learn best

13.3. Breathing techniques

13.4. Pausing, calming, visualizing

14. Social Awareness

14.1. Taking perspectives of others

14.2. Appreciate and respect diversity

14.3. Emphasize with others

14.4. Understanding social/ethical norms of behavior

14.5. Recognize multiple supports

14.6. Easily adaptable to environment

14.7. Fewer disruptive behaviors

14.8. Engage in constructive communication

15. Teaching strategies

15.1. Explore social-emotional themes with read aloud

15.2. Build community

15.3. Work in partners

15.4. Teach how to work in groups

15.5. Create a peace corner

15.6. Start the day with personal connection

15.7. Teach conflict management

16. Relational Skills

16.1. Establish and maintain healthy relationships

16.2. Diverse relationships

16.2.1. Individuals

16.2.2. Groups

16.2.3. Perspectives

16.3. Verbal and non-verbal skills

16.3.1. Clear communication

16.3.2. Active listening

16.3.3. Reading body language

16.3.4. Eye contact

16.3.5. Facial expressions

16.4. Cooperate with others

16.5. Resist inappropriate social pressure

16.5.1. Academic integrity

16.5.2. Smoking

16.5.3. Drinking

16.6. Negotiate conflict constructively

16.7. Seek and offer help as needed

17. Cultivating SEL in schools

17.1. The School Environment:

17.1.1. Classroom interactions

17.1.2. Collaborative work

17.1.3. Build community

17.1.4. Reference literary characters

17.1.5. Give children choices

17.2. The Teacher-Student Relationship

17.2.1. Mutual respect

17.2.2. Positive attitude

17.2.3. Show interest

17.2.4. Greetings

17.2.5. Positive body language

17.2.5.1. Eye contact

17.2.5.2. Facial expressions

17.2.6. Encourage participation

17.2.7. Provide emotional support

17.2.7.1. Active listening

17.3. Positive Learning Environments

17.3.1. Sense of belonging

17.3.2. Challenging opportunities

17.3.3. Model self regulation

17.3.4. Flexible classrooms

17.3.4.1. Reflect student needs

17.3.4.2. Lots of options

18. Teaching strategies

18.1. Review skills consistently

18.2. Practice new skills consistently

18.3. Provide learners appropriate feedback

18.4. Create a safe-space

18.5. Understand class preferences

19. Responsible Decision Making

19.1. Inappropriate decisions as a developmental issue

19.2. Constructive choices

19.3. Is a process

19.3.1. Evaluate situation

19.3.2. Analyza options

19.3.3. Consider consequences

19.3.4. Solve the problem

19.3.5. Consider ethical responsibility

19.3.6. Evaluate and reflect

20. Teaching strategies

20.1. Model good decision making

20.2. Consider needs vs. wants

20.3. Problem solving as a group

20.3.1. Anonymously

20.3.2. Brainstorm bonanza

20.3.3. Survivor scenarios

21. Knowing Your Learners

21.1. Plan programs appropriately

21.2. Better prepared for learners

21.3. Better see progress

21.4. Differentiated practice

22. Teaching Considerations

22.1. Positive relationships

22.2. Positive class environment

22.3. Praise good behaviour

22.4. Know your students

22.5. High academic expectations

23. Teaching strategies

23.1. Model strategies

23.2. Implement breathing techniques

23.3. Play soothing music

23.4. Practise kindness

24. Teaching Considerations

24.1. Set clear expectations

24.2. Positive relationships

24.3. Positive class environment

24.4. Praise good behaviour

24.5. High academic expectations

24.6. Know your students

25. Legend

25.1. Arrows

25.1.1. Used to identify close connections between weeks.

25.2. Colored boxes

25.2.1. Each color represents main themes from each week.

25.3. Outlined boxes

25.3.1. Used to identify reoccurring keywords.

25.4. Emojis

25.4.1. Each week has a specific emoji. Emoji's are used to show interconnections between all of the courses learnings.