Psychological Needs

Topics: Learning, United Kingdom, Developmental psychology Pages: 2 (275 words) Published: April 3, 2013
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STUDENT NAME: XOLILE SHABANGU

STUDENT NO: 13083J

NAME OF MARKER: Lisette Niemand

DATE OF SUBMISSION: 01 March 2013

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TASK ONE
The foundation for the child's development is concentration.while we cannot make the child concentrate,we can create a normalized environment that is conductive to concentration. Elkind,D.(2009)Learning from play Montessori International,(issue 91,April/June),pp 12-13

2.1
The foundation for the childs development is concentration.while we can not make the child concentrate,we can create a favourable environment that is conductive to concentration. Montessori,M.(2007)

2.2
Elkind said“although we tend to think of work and play as in opposition to one another they are most affective when they are brought together” Elkind,D.(2009)(issue number 91,p12.)
2.3
“Fundamental approach is the belief that a child’s early years from birth to six are the period when they have the greatest capacity to learn”(MSN,undated) 2.4
Being able to play freely and spontaneously both on his own and with others contributes greatly to the child’s learning and development.(Macleod-Brudenell&,2008) 2.5
In the study that Jean Piagets shows that, the development of object permanent and difficult plan might be facilitated and assisted through the adult’emphathetic interaction with young child.

Bibliography: Elkind,D.(2009)Learning from play Montessori International,(issue 91,April/June),pp 12-13
2.1
Montessori,M.(2007)
2.2
Elkind said“although we tend to think of work and play as in opposition to one another they are most affective when they are brought together”
Elkind,D.(2009)(issue number 91,p12.)
2.4
Being able to play freely and spontaneously both on his own and with others contributes greatly to the child’s learning and development.(Macleod-Brudenell&,2008)
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