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ECE 332 Week 4 DQ 2 Brain Development
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Brain-based education suggests that physical exercise is important for
brain development. Research has shown that in addition to physical
exercise, other activities focus on stimulating the social development
and intellectual development of young children.
Gerry, who is still incapable of jumping with both feet, may not be
invited to join in a game of jump rope. This is an example of how a child’s
individual characteristics (motor skills in this case) can affect context
(social environment) and influence development (LeFrancois, 2012).
Reflect back on your own development as a child, or on the development
of a child you know, and provide an example of how individual
characteristics affected development. Using the text and other scholarly
resources, provide some suggested activities or strategies that would
provide the necessary support to enhance the affected development.
For example, Gerry’s teacher notices she is being excluded from the
game of jump rope and intervenes by showing Gerry how to twirl the
rope. Gerry is now included socially, despite her delayed motor
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