Friday, 7 February Factors Influencing the Development of Children and Young People Child development is an on-going process from birth until reaching adulthood and typically follows a pattern and a sequence which means that each step takes place in at certain age and in a usual order that is similar in most cases. However, we have to take into consideration the fact that each child is a unique personality and their social, emotional, intellectual, physical and language development is formed by individual, internal and external factors. These influencing factors can be categorised in different ways. We can regard positive, or protective factors, that enable the child to have a normal or even faster than normal development without any serious hindrances; and negative or risk factors that increase the possibility of developmental delays.
Their proper development helps in receiving correct stimuli and the correct concepts are formed. Defective sense organs collect defective stimuli and as a result wrong concepts can be formed and the cognitive development will not be perfect.
Children with low Intelligence Quotient are not able to receive stimuli from the environment properly, thus their cognitive development lags behind. Intelligence affects all mental capacities. Their development is similar to their parents cognitive development.
They help directly in the development of cognition.
The more opportunities he gets the better is the cognition, because he will be able to add to his mental capacities by learning through these opportunities. Children from better economic status get more opportunities and better training and it helps in cognitive development. Through play activities, the child interacts with the environment, receives stimuli and responds to them.
Through this he learns new processes acquire knowledge. He forms new com Eighteen months-old draws irregular sketch with crayons when he sees some similar between the sketch and any object around him.
He immediately understands and image is formed in his mind; e. Chess and cards in increasing his mental abilities. These stimuli form concepts and symbols.
Parents and other people around the child could assist him get the right meanings of stimuli.
T1 instructions and motivation help in cognitive development of the child. The child gets these stimuli from his toys and activities like identifying different colour shapes, smell, and sounds, etc.
His cognitive development will be good. The child learns observing and imitating others. He learns language, habits, by observing family and people around them. If society provide encouraging atmosphere, facilities gaining knowledge like good schools, librarian's healthy recreation facilities, health facilities etc.
So we see the family and society both play an important rot in the development of cognition of the child.While many factors make up human self-identity, most Americans agree the primary factor that makes up their identity is family.
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