Kamis, 09 Januari 2014

Development of Children Brain's Stages

Hello again Edutoddler Readers, this time i will share something more scientific based about the Children and Toddlers world. Yes, you would be curious what exactly happening in Children Brain's during their development ages, or in their time when they are starting to learn something new. So here is the brief information about the development of children brain's stages.
Development of Children Brain's Stages
Neuroscience is increasingly showing that common assumptions about rearing children need to be reviewed and adjusted if we want to nurture individuals who will build societies that are harmonious, hospitable, respectful and productive.

In this post i will give you an extra information from current research that explains what physically happens in the brain as children learn, before birth and in their earliest years of life, laying foundations on which future structures can be built.

How the children brain's develop in early ages?

Children’s neurological development in early life is a continuous process, as all learning builds on things learned before. For example, a child begins to hold his or her head erect, while supported on a lap, at around the third to fifth month of life. In order to sit up by themselves, children have to be able to support their own head, and also need good upper body posture, a skill that will be acquired only around the sixth to tenth month. Later on, in order to walk, children need to have mastered posture and hip balance through the previous learning stages of being able to stand alone and then take steps; learning that happens between 10 and 18 months of age. 

More complex activities, such as auditory and visual discrimination, language and attention, are also highly dependent on previous pillars. This premise is valid for all functional aspects: there are no omissions in these sequences. And these advances do not occur automatically; three interrelated and mutually reinforcing conditions are required for development to occur:

• Neurobiological structure – the nervous system, especially the brain, must be mature and ready for learning.
• Stimulus – children must be encouraged to learn; usually, such stimuli are promoted by parents, relatives and caregivers.
• Affection – a welcoming environment is key for the establishment and continuation of development.

For complete article you can read from the source below.

Source :
What Happens in The Brain As Very Young Children Learn 
Saul Cypel, Technical Consultant, Early Childhood Programme, Fundação Maria Cecília Souto Vidigal, São Paulo, Brazil 

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