Early Childhood Development
Examines research on the benefits of early education, social interaction, storytelling, cognitive and emotional.
# 14457 | 1,575 words | 9 sources | 1999 |
Published on Jul 17, 2003 in Education (Development Studies) , Education (Theory) , Psychology (Child and Adolescent) , Education (Early Childhood)
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"In 1997, breakthrough brain research demonstrated the importance of the first three years of life in the healthy development of children, leading to a national campaign called "I Am Your Child" (Kyle, 1997).
From the Paper:"In 1997, breakthrough brain research demonstrated the importance of the first three years of life in the healthy development of children, leading to a national campaign called "I Am Your Child" (Kyle, 1997). The campaign brings together health and early childhood experts, foundations, corporations, and civic leaders to expand the work being done across the U.S. in the healthy development of young children. This paper will look at early childhood development, when different developmental features arise, some of the factors which affect them, and the effects of early childhood development on later life behavioral patterns.
A major issue in child development is the extent to which educational intervention can impact the pattern of growth (Weikart, 1998, p. 233). The High/Scope Perry Preschool study ..."
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