Child Therapist's List of Top Childhood Fears by Age
Every developmental stage has their own common set of worries and fears. Here is a comprehensive list of common worries by age.
Erikson’s Stages of Psychosocial Development
Erik Erikson (1902-1994) was a pupil of Sigmund Freud and the first child psychoanalyst in Boston. After extensive study of children from various cultural backgrounds and areas he began to compile …
Games for Kids: Zero to Two Book of Play
Play and games for kids:: Zero to Two eBook of Play. 25 ideas for babies and toddlers, additional links to over 50+ activities. Great resource for parents.
A Fabulous Visual Featuring The 6 Thinkers who Transformed Education and Pedagogy
Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education
Boundless - A Modern Immigration Company
Get the expertise of an immigration lawyer without the price tag. Apply for your green card or U.S. citizenship online with Boundless.
EYLF Outcomes :: Outcome 5 Communication :: Linking Theorists to Domains of Development
This poster links theorists and theories to the four domains of child development physical social emotional and cognitive It gives you a clear understanding of the theories that fit into these domains and the theorists that wrote them It is very handy for linking your children’s developmental
Vygotsky's Theories in the Classroom: Vygotsky was the man who studied child development and believed that social interactions with others develops more skillful communicators.
Constructivism in a Nutshell
"Constructivism is a model in psychology that characterizes learning as a process of actively constructing knowledge. Individuals create meaning for themselves or make sense of new information by selecting, organizing, and integrating information with other knowledge, often in the context of social interactions." (EdPsych Modules, 2nd Edition) There have been multiple occasions throughout my graduate studies in which the theories of Piaget and Vygotsky were mentioned when discussing students…