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Thank you I did it. If you can help me in this assignment I will be glad too. Thanks Developmental Matrix : Each student wil

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Thank you I did it.
If you can help me in this assignment I will be glad too. Thanks
Developmental Matrix :

Each student will create a developmental matrix that identifies characteristics and theories across age levels and considers areas of social, emotional, gender, cognitive, and physical development.

Developmental Matrix

Characteristics of Development Matrix



Physical

social

emotional

cognitive

gender

Age/level

Neonatal -

1 year old

2 - 3 years

play - groups

4 - 5 years

pre-school

Kindergarten

6 - 7 years

1st - 2nd

8 - 10 years

3rd - 4th

11 - 13 years

5th - 7th

14 - 15 years

8th - 9th

16 - 17 years

10th - 11th

 

18 - 19 years

12th - College

20 + years

(adult learners)








 

 

       


         


         

Answered By: Linda Kern
Last Updated: Dec 12, 2016     Views: 13

Hello,

Textbooks and similar publications will provide the information needed to create the matrix. I suggest you gather as much information as possible from your textbook for the course, then look for other sources to fill the gaps.

For the information not available in your textbook, you may want to search our eBooks. Click to the General Education tab of the Advanced Education Research LibGuide at http://libguides.brenau.edu/content.php?pid=194635&sid=1631291 . Scroll down until you reach Online Books and Credo Reference. Click on EBooks at EBSCOhost.

Searching "child development" will bring up several good results such as Bidell, T. R., & Shweder, R. A. (2009). The Child : An Encyclopedic Companion. Chicago: University of Chicago Press and Robinson, M. (2008). Child Development 0-8 : A Journey Through the Early Years. Maidenhead: Open University Press, McGraw Hill.

Searching "adolescent development" is also useful, as is searching "adult development", which yields Hoare, C. (2006). Handbook of Adult Development and Learning. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

We also have relevant print books in the library, including the Encyclopedia of Psychology (call number REF BF31 .E52 2000) and the Handbook of Psychology: Volume 7 Educational Psychology (REF BF 121 .H1955 2003 v.7 and the Handbook of Psychology: Volume 6 Developmental Psychology (REF BF 121 .H1955 2003 v.6.

Good luck with this interesting project!

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