Preschool Child Development
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The paper describes how Diana was a healthy, vibrant child that appeared to be quite intelligent and socially active with her peers and she was capable of receiving abundant amounts of information and using that information to attempt new concepts in her play and class work. However, the paper relates that Diana asked the teacher to consistently repeat some ideas and she was concerned with her own needs on a consistent basis. Nevertheless, the paper notes that as Diana continued to function in the classroom, she was influenced by the actions of her peers, which often changed her focus from herself to activities that her peers were involved with.
From the Paper:"An observation of Diana, a five-year-old preschooler, was observed over a period of one week. The classroom environment supported a culturally diverse student population, with one teacher and one teacher's aid that assisted in the learning process of the students. There were approximately 16 students in the classroom, with 9 girls and 7 boys. The purpose of the observation was to focus on one child and the developmental issues that revolved around the student. The child was selected for observation by the teacher, as the teacher believed that she was representative of the majority of students in the classroom."
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