power point presentation for Childhood Development Education
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power point presentation for Childhood Development Education

 — — You land a great job in a fabulous hospital that has just built a state-of-the-art maternity ward. You are given the task to develop a power point presentation to educate new parents about childhood development. This presentation will focus on the main themes surrounding physical, cognitive, and social development, as well as skills and risks that occur throughout various stages of childhood. — Part 1 – The First Two Years: At least 5 slides made up of the following — 1. Highlight Physical Development — 2. Highlight Cognitive Development — 3. Highlight Social Development — 4. Highlight Skills the Child will Develop — 5. Highlight Major Risks — Part 2 – Early Childhood, Ages 2 to 6: At least 5 slides made up of the following — 1. Highlight Physical Development — 2. Highlight Cognitive Development — 3. Highlight Social Development — 4. Highlight Skills the Child will Develop — 5. Highlight Major Risks — Part 3 – Middle Childhood, Ages 7 to 12: At least 5 slides made up of the following — 1. Highlight Physical Development
— Here is what your final presentation should include: — 2. Highlight Cognitive Development — 3. Highlight Social Development — 4. Highlight Skills the Child will Develop — 5. Highlight Major Risks — Part 4 – Adolescence, Ages 13 to 18: At least 5 slides made up of the following — 1. Highlight Physical Development — 2. Highlight Cognitive Development — 3. Highlight Social Development — 4. Highlight Skills the Child will Develop — 5. Highlight Major Risks — Kail , R.V. & Cavanaugh, J.C. (2013). Human Development, a Life-Span View (5th ed.) — Belmont, CA: Wadsworth.
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