Applied Developmental Psychology 24:51-73. This is one of the reasons why developmental scientists use carefully designed experiments for elucidating what young children know and understand about the world. Many subsequent studies have both replicated this finding and extended it to demonstrate that the same sensitivity can be seen in babies’ parsing of music (Saffran et al., 1999) and even of how visual displays are organized (Kirkham et al., 2002). Isen, A., M. Rossin-Slater, and W. R. Walker. Subtle linguistic cues affect children’s motivation. This relationship is especially important given that mathematics curricula increasingly require higher-order skills, which executive function competencies provides (Baker et al., 2010). Ladd, G. W., and K. B. Burgess. Bilingual elementary teachers’ reflections on using students’ native language and culture to teach mathematics. Pathways to language: From fetus to adolescent. The biological and behavioral effects of stress and adversity can disrupt brain circuitry and stress response systems, affect fundamental cognitive skills, undermine focused thinking and attention, diminish self-regulation, and imperil mental and physical health. Practically speaking, this can be achieved through extended discourse, with multiple exchanges or turns that go beyond the immediate “here and now” using explanations, narratives, or pretend. The transition from speaking and listening to reading and writing is not a smooth one for many children. Pre-K to grade 2 goals and standards: Achieving 21st century mastery for all. Zelazo, P. D., and K. E. Lyons. Siegel, L. S., and S. Mazabel. The view that these accomplishments are explained, at least in part, by how secure attachments buffer stress for children is supported by studies documenting the better-regulated cortisol reactivity of young children with secure attachments in challenging situations (see Gunnar and Donzella, 2002, for a review; Nachmias et al., 1996). Young children’s use of video as a source of socially relevant information. How do different aspects of self-regulation predict successful adaptation to school? 258-284. http://purl.access.gpo.gov/GPO/LPS108121 (accessed December 15, 2014). As discussed in detail in Chapter 3, the perturbed biological processes that often accompany economic adversity include changes in the structure and function of children’s brain circuitry and dysregulation of their central. One remarkable discovery of research on young children is that they are developing their own intuitive “map” of mental processes like these from very early in life (Baillargeon et al., 2010; Saxe, 2013; Wellman and Woolley, 1990). The role of inattention on academics, fluid reasoning, and visual-spatial functioning in two subtypes of ADHD. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. These quantifications begin as an undifferentiated, innate notion of amount of objects. ———. Henry, G. T., and D. K. Rickman. Social evaluation by preverbal infants. Pp. Mathematics in early childhood—the early years math curriculum in the UK and children’s numerical development. 2008. Sometimes these social experiences are in formal teaching and other pedagogical experiences, but often they take the form of adults and children sharing in activities that provide the basis for early learning, in a kind of “guided participation” (e.g., Rogoff, 1991). When they had previously witnessed the adult reaching for the object, they were surprised when the object was in a new location but showed no renewed interest when there was a different object in the old location. The potential benefits of social support as a buffer of chronic stress reactivity underscore the plasticity of developing behavioral and biological systems. Child Development 62(5):875-890. Those who can subitize may be limited to doing so with small numbers at first, but such actions are useful stepping stones to the construction of more sophisticated procedures with larger numbers. Pp. 1994. American Economic Review 103(6):2052-2086. New York: Taylor & Francis. 235-240. 2013a (unpublished). These findings are important in light of the association between the socioeconomic status of children’s families and their language skills (Bradley and Corwyn, 2002). 2002. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics. Sénéchal, M., G. Ouellette, and D. Rodney. Comparable biological and behavioral effects of chronic stress have been studied in children in foster care, in those who experience significant or prolonged family conflict, in those who have a depressed parent, and in those who are abused or neglected (see Thompson, 2014, for a review). ———. 2009. Research has linked the size of vocabulary of 2-year-olds to their reading comprehension through fifth grade (Lee, 2011). Longitudinal evaluation of a scale-up model for teaching mathematics with trajectories and technologies: Persistence of effects in the third year. Van Ryzin, and M. R. Gunnar. Other theoretical frameworks exist as well. A growing body of research addresses the relationship between dimensions of socioemotional competence and cognitive and other skills related to early learning and later academic achievement (Bierman et al., 2008a,b; Graziano et al., 2007; Howse et al., 2003b; Miller et al., 2006). Alongside student–educator interactions, studies show that peer-to-peer interactions in the classroom may also have positive impacts on children’s vocabulary and expressive language abilities. Understanding the intentions of others: Re-enactment of intended acts by 18-month-old children. The Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University (2010) has described three foundational areas of child health and development that contribute to physical and mental well-being: This section examines interrelated topics of physical development, child health, nutrition, and physical activity and then touches on partnerships between the health and education sectors (also discussed in Chapter 5). 2011b. 2008. Fine motor skills and early comprehension of the world: Two new school readiness indicators. The Laozi Story. Their beliefs about their abilities in reading, counting, vocabulary, number games, and other academic competencies derive from several sources, including spontaneous social comparison with other children and feedback from teachers (and parents) concerning their achievement and the reasons they have done well or poorly. Mathematics ability and language ability also are interrelated as mutually reinforcing skills (Duncan et al., 2007; Farran et al., 2005; Lerkkanen et al., 2005; O’Neill et al., 2004; Praet et al., 2013; Purpura et al., 2011). These effects were mediated by children’s vocabulary and literacy skills in kindergarten (Dickinson and Porche, 2011). McMillan, T. 2014. Repeated routines also contribute to language development. With more exposure to language and more advanced vocabulary development, they benefit from speech input that is more complex (i.e., Hoff and Naigles, 2002). Early Childhood Research Quarterly 9(3-4):345-366. This capacity for joint attention may be the foundation that enables humans to benefit from culturally transmitted knowledge (Tomasello et al., 2005). Adverse childhood experiences, allostasis, allostatic load, and age-related disease. Jordan, N. C., L. B. Hanich, and H. Z. Uberti. In the classroom they achieve more compared with children who experience more conflicted or troubled relationships with their teachers (Birch and Ladd, 1997; NICHD Early Child Care Research Network, 2003; Pianta and Stuhlman, 2004b). 2012. Examples of Understanding Causal Inference. Soft drinks in schools. Span and rate of apprehension in children and adults. Journal of School Psychology 45(1):3-19. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology 19(8):1027-1041. In The Proceedings of the Twenty-ninth Annual Child Language Research Forum. The relation between theory of mind and rule use: Evidence from persons with autism-spectrum disorders. These processes. Moreover, when assessed at snack time, the children who received this intuitive theory-based training increased their vegetable consumption (Gripshover and Markman, 2013). Quantitative deficits of preschool children at risk for mathematical learning disability. Neuenschwander et al., 2012; Szűcs et al., 2014; Van der Ven et al., 2012). Child Development 77(3):664-679. Children’s insecure representations of the interparental relationship and their school adjustment: The mediating role of attention difficulties. Morgan, G. A., R. J. Harmon, and C. A. Maslin-Cole. Hackman, D. A., and M. J. Farah. Accordingly, this article seeks to relate the CSR concept to marketing by presenting a classification of different theoretical perspectives according to which these two constructs are interrelated. Paper read at National Association for the Education of Young Children, December, Washington, DC. 105-148. Information learned from generic language becomes central to children’s biological concepts: Evidence from their open-ended explanations. Saxe, G. B., S. R. Guberman, and M. Gearhart. An important factor in children’s learning of subject-matter content is how each of the components of learning trajectories both requires and develops aspects of learning that are not content specific, such as critical reasoning, executive function, self-regulation, learning skills, positive dispositions toward learning, and relationships. Investigating the links between the subcomponents of executive function and academic achievement: A cross-cultural analysis of chinese and American preschoolers. 2013. Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education 30(1):3-21. Perfetti, C. A., and L. Hart. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 49:363-383. Teacher–child relationships in prekindergarten: The influences of child and teacher characteristics. 2003. 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