Biology of Puberty
hello to answer short questions What kind of experiences during childhood, adolescence. and adulthood do females faced compared to males that might instill learned helplessness? 2. How does society contribute to the development of eating disorders in women? In men? 3. What are some of the reasons that sex differences in depression emerge during adolescence?
Every child grows and develops differently. Individual child outcomes are influenced by values and practices of family, culture, and community. It is important for teachers to understand these outcomes and know how to support the growing child and their families. Teachers need to develop an awareness of developmental milestones within the context of discussions with families, childcare providers, pediatricians, public health nurses, and other educators. Use the Developmental Readiness Template to compile information in preparation for speaking to a family about their childs readiness to enter a childcare facility. Within the template, describe young childrens typical and atypical behaviors, characteristics, and needs in relation to cognitive, linguistic, physical, social, and emotional needs from birth to age 4.Include the following: Description of one typical cognitive, linguistic, physical, social, and emotional milestone for children birth to age 4. Descriptions of two atypical cognitive, linguistic, physical, social, and emotional milestones for children birth to age 4.Two strategies, per developmental stage, for families – one addressing typical behaviors and one addressing atypical behaviors. Include at least one technological/digital resource for typical or atypical behaviors. Support your assignment with five scholarly references. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required. This assignment uses a rubric. Review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion