Wednesday, 28 Oct 2020
Category: Child and Adolescent Devt

Reaction Paper: R.A. 10354 (An Act Providing for the National Policy on Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Heath) and Teenage Pregnancy

Seminar on R.A. 10354 (An Act Providing for the National Policy on Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Heath) and Teenage Pregnancy in March 7, 2019 at Dadivas Gymnasium, CapSU-Main Campus headed by from different respective departments namely: Dean, College of Management – Dr. Dorothee Villarruz, Dean, College of Education – Dr. Ma. Lida A. Solano, Program […]

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FS 1 Activity 5 INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES AND LEARNERS INTERACTION DIFFERENT LEVELS OF ABILITIES

Observations in the Classroom Identify two (2) students who excel in class. Interview your cooperating teacher about their background (family, education and occupation of parents, socio-economic status, disabilities, interests, special talents/skills, etc.). Interview the students also to verify the observation of the teacher.   As I observed from the class of grade 12 Stem D […]

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Summary Report: High School Learners’ Physical, Cognitive, and Socio Emotional Development

The effort to come to know students is often accompanied by increased teacher emotional intelligence. As teachers learn about their students as individuals, they should enjoy greater flexibility of thought, greater empathy, greater patience, and more accurate attribution of responsibility—that critical balance between student responsibility and teacher responsibility, which so often we get wrong because […]

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Physical Development of Primary Schoolers

Primary schoolers where children from the ages of 3 going to primary ages. The sequence at which a child develops is orderly and predictable, but different children develop at different rates. Child development involves language, social and gross motor skills and motor skills. Physical development in children refers to the development of their motor, various […]

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