Child Development from Birth to 7 (November 5, 2013)

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[PSYC200] 10. Child Development Part 1: Pre-Natal and Newborn

Dr. Chris Grace describes the earliest stages of brain development in pre-natal and newborn people. He explains several of the brain functions that manifest early on and even some of the personal qualities that seem to be genetic. Dr. Grace differentiates between nature and nurture in psychological development. View the full class here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLVHY3HvnI6yMIotukmARTlrCk2q8RXCHg

The Power of Relationships in Early Childhood Development - SERIES 01

RELATIONSHIPS MATTER: In this series Kadija speaks to parents and providers an understanding of how relationships with young children develop, and why these relationships are so important. Kadija utilizes the transactional model of development to support our understanding of how the child, parent and environment influence each other and ultimately child development.

Early Childhood Development: Early Learning, the Brain and Society

How does a child's capacity to learn relate to the central debate about nature or nurture? As part of the Early Childhood Development lecture series, Dr. Patricia Kuhl talks about children's ability to learn effortlessly and the importance of social interaction in the learning process. Kuhl, professor of Speech and Hearing Sciences and co-director for the UW Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences, is internationally recognized for her research on early language and brain development. Produced May 24 2007

Child Development : Principles and Stages

This Lecture talks about Child Development : Principles and Stages.

Child Development and Learning

This video addresses "Knowledge About Child Development and Learning" and "Facilitating Child Development and Learning."

Early Childhood Educators at Green Meadow Waldorf School in Chestnut Ridge, NY discuss the child's development from birth to age 7. Please be patient with the audio at the beginning...it improves!

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