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Research in developmental neuroscience has demonstrated that children grow at different rates and may not achieve the same stage at the same pace. Because children’s capabilities develop over time, a teacher needs to understand what skills are developing and tailor the instruction to the learner. The brain’s physical development cannot be separated from the emotional, social, and cognitive changes that accompany it. Teaching from a developmental perspective transforms teachers into problem solvers who adapt and modify instructional approaches based on knowledge of factors that promote development. Understanding the physiological and the sociological aspects of development and how these domains interact is
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Social referencing plays a part of how the child learns to control his behavior, by mimicking those around him. Personality Nature: Personalities can be a strong part of the genetic make up of the child. Traits of the parents are passed on in the term of ?goodness of fit?. How often might we hear from a parent/caregiver how ?good?, ?wound-up? or ?distressed?
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