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Human Development in the Classroom

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Human Development in the Classroom


Human development and more specifically child development is different for each and every one of us. However our development tends to follow similar sets of guidelines, if you will. As a teacher it is absolutely essential to fully understand these guidelines in order to provide the best possible classroom experience for children. Adolescence is perhaps one of the trickiest phases of life because there are so many factors involved, peer pressure, hormones, fitting in, bodily changes etc. It is inevitable many problems are going arise, but being education, and fully understanding how humans work, will fully equip teachers with the problem solving skills necessary to properly mentor students. Not every situation is fixable, but by knowing the proper resources, you can at least point students in the right direction.
The most crucial thing to understand about human development, especially adolescence, is that every person is different. What works for one, may not work for another. Not only are there many different internal things going on, but now-a-days more than ever, there are many external things going on. It is no longer the time of the nuclear family, where mom watches

 

 

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