CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) Paper-II Child-Development & Pedagogy Child Development (Primary School Child)-Development and Learning Revision (Page 2 of 3)

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Aims of Child Development

  1. To keep us informed normal growth of child.
  2. To help recognize abnormal child due to his unusual behavior in comparison to other children.
  3. To help us design growth and development chart of a child for certain future years based on current growth rate.
  4. To help prepare ourselves to respond to the behavior at particular age of the child to enable him progress in right direction.
  5. To acknowledge us with the fact that not all children are same absolutely, they differ in one or other cha

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Scope of Child Development

As it reflects, the scope of child development is huge as it consists of different ages and different behavior and growth patterns in different children. So to scrutinize the study developmentalists have opted to get thorough with the study in two areas: Topical areas and age range.

Topical Areas in Child Development

This area has been studied by different researchers in their own concepts. One of them is studying Physical development of the child which includes external body growth and internal growth of brain, nervous system, muscular changes, change in the habits and requirement of food and energy as well as sleep. Other aspect of study which has been focused upon by some of the researchers is cognitive development that is changes in abilities of brain and understanding along with studying lea

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