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EDU 145-Module 1

Define the following terms or concepts. Use the textbook, index of the textbook, links, and lecture notes. Each answer is worth 5 points. Submit through Moodle. Label the document FirstNameLastNameDefinitions and Concepts

Developmentally appropriate practice- education that focuses on the typical development patterns of children (age appropriateness) as well as the uniqueness of each child (individual appropriateness).

 

Theory- interrelated, coherent set of ideas that helps to explain and make predictions.

 

Literacy- critical thinking skills include the capacity to read, write, listen, and talk, as well as the ability to comprehend material.

 

Information processing- emphasizes that individuals manipulate information, monitor it, and strategize about it. Just the process of memory and thinking.

 

Fine motor skills- involve finely tuned movements, such as finger dexterity.

 

Gross motor skills- involve large-muscle activities, such as walking.

 

Autonomy- statement of independence; an individual's ability to act alone.

 

Self-concept- domain- specific evaluations of the self.

 

Self-esteem- the global evaluative dimension of the self. Self-esteem is also referred to as self-worth or self-image.

 

Social development- refers to changes in relationships with others.

 

Cognitive development- changes in mental abilities, such as learning, memory, reasoning, thinking, an

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