Child and youth development

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Child and youth development by Mind Map: Child and youth development

1. Math

1.1. project-based learning

2. ELA

2.1. literacy

2.1.1. functional

2.1.2. cultural

2.1.3. progressive

2.1.4. critical literacy

2.2. pre-reading

2.3. aesthetic stance

2.3.1. experienced based

2.3.2. sensations

2.3.3. feelings

2.4. efferent stance

2.4.1. what is to be derived from a reading

2.4.2. details

2.4.3. directions

2.4.4. information

2.5. writing

2.5.1. communicate ideas

2.5.2. reflect personal views

2.5.3. entertain

3. Science

3.1. guided disovery

4. Art

5. Summative assessment

5.1. quantitative

6. Formative assessment

6.1. qualitative

6.2. New B.C. curriculum

7. Zone of Proximal Development

7.1. scaffolding questions

8. Inquiry Questions

8.1. case based learning

9. looking through a lens

9.1. developmental lens

10. Piaget

10.1. Developmental stages

10.2. stage based theory

10.3. equilibrium learning

10.4. 2 stage model

10.4.1. prior knowledge provides basis for new knowledge

11. Erickson

11.1. developmental crisis

11.2. trust vs. mistrust

12. Skinner

12.1. positive reinforcement

12.2. negative reinforcement

12.3. student needs to know exactly what you want them to do

12.4. intermittent reinforcement

12.5. punishment will stop a behaviour but will not change it

13. Bloom's Taxonomy

13.1. hierarchy of classifying learning objectives

13.2. assessment

14. Using Humour

14.1. zone of benign violation

14.1.1. context

14.1.2. culture

14.2. abstract

14.3. reality

15. communication

15.1. non-verbal

15.1.1. body language

15.1.2. empathy

15.1.3. proximity

15.2. verbal

15.3. language

15.4. theory of mind

15.4.1. Selman

15.4.2. social awareness

15.4.3. making sense of social behaviour

15.4.4. making sense of feelings/emotions

15.4.5. making sense of communication

15.4.6. confabulation

16. physical development

16.1. taking notes

16.2. early/late maturity and risk factors

16.3. resiliency

17. Tech

17.1. flow experience

17.1.1. Mihalyi Csikszentmihalyi

17.2. technology integration

18. learning

18.1. personal reflection

18.2. risk factors

19. mental development

19.1. early/late maturity and risk factors

20. Risk Factors

20.1. lack of role models

20.2. early development

20.3. trying to fit in with peer group

21. Risky play

21.1. maturity levels

21.1.1. some girls don't exhibit risky play

21.2. can have long term positive effects for children

21.2.1. exploring

21.3. can have long term negative effects for adults

21.4. Risky behaviour to fit in with the family are not as risky as risky behaviours exhibited to fit in with your peer group

22. Relational vs Physical bullying

22.1. girls tend to exhibit relational bullying, boys physical

22.2. resiliency approach

22.2.1. reduce risk, increase protection

22.2.2. includes risk factors and protective factors

22.2.2.1. risk factors and protective factors not necessarily opposites

23. protective factors

23.1. having a peer group

23.2. having positive role models

23.3. voicing concerns about things such as pop culture in the classroom

24. moral development

24.1. • “How humans cooperate and coordinate their activities in the service of further human welfare and how they adjudicate conflicts among individual differences”

25. Kohlberg: Moral Reasoning Measure

25.1. stage A: 1. Fear of punishment – 2. personal reward (pre-conventional stage)

25.2. Stage B. 3. Good/nice – 4. law and order (conventional stage) – belief of conformity to expectations of others leading to acceptance and approval (good/nice) – both are heteronomous reasoning

25.3. •Stage C. 5. Social contract – 6. abstract principles (post-conventional stage) – it is ok to challenge the “system” and laws, humans can bring about change

25.4. believed not many people made it to 5. or 6.

25.5. Carol Gilligan

25.5.1. •student of Kohlberg – believed that this was a very male focused, gender biased way of thinking about moral reasoning.