GCU week Social Emotional Development Among Young Children PPT
DQ1-What are some examples of activities you could use in a lesson that could help a child develop social or emotional skills? Take into consideration both typical and atypical learners.
DQ-2-In some cultures, the birth of a child with a disability is seen as a punishment for something someone in the family has done. John 9:1-3 states: “As He passed by, He saw a man blind from birth. And His disciples asked Him, “Rabbi, who sinned, this man or his parents, that he was born blind?” Jesus answered, “It was not that this man sinned, or his parents, but that the works of God might be made manifest in him.” (RSV)
What advice would you provide a parent who is struggling with the acceptance of a child with a health care need? aAssessment Traits
You have been asked to create a professional development presentation for early childhood educators on the topics of managing the health care, social, and emotional needs of young children with physical developmental delays or exceptionalities in the classroom.
Create a 10-15 slide presentation that includes a title slide, reference slide, and presenter’s notes.
Within your presentation include:
- A comparison of typical and atypical social-emotional developmental milestones for ages birth to age 8.
- At least 2-3 strategies on managing health care needs of young children with physical developmental delays or exceptionalities in the classroom. Areas to consider are immune system, nervous system, genetics, communication, hearing, and/or vision.
- At least 2-3 strategies on managing the social-emotional needs of young children with physical developmental delays or exceptionalities in the classroom.
- At least 2-3 strategies to advance the social-emotional development of young children with physical developmental delays or exceptionalities.