Child Development Through The Length of Modern Education | ITTT TEFL BLOG
Child development is a series of changes that occur from conception to the initiation of adulthood. It is a normal sequence of development where the child undergoes physical changes, emotional/ social growth and advancements in the ability to communicate with others using signs and language. A child’s development is both external as well as internal i.e. indicating both physical as well as mental growth. During the innate phase of development, the child is predominantly dependent on their parents or guardians to perform and to learn day to day activities. With growth and development, the child becomes increasingly self-reliant. Also, a child’s development is strongly affected by genetic factors as well as environmental factors.
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