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My Virtual Child: Infant & Toddler
(Fall & Winter 2021-2022)
Student Name: ___________________________
Student Number: _________________________
Section Number: _________________________
Teacher’s Name: _________________________
Assignment Due Date: _____________________
MVC Notes – Age: 7 months to 2.5 years
This page should contain any examples from MVC that relate to the Domains or Health and Well-Being. Additionally, any context that helps to explain your child’s growth and development should be added. Simply copy/paste the information in bullet points as you work through raising your Virtual Child.
Remember, these notes will be used in future classes. Please retain this information in a safe place and make an additional copy for safekeeping.
Development Response – Age: 7-18 months (Infant)
7-18 Months
Physical
Social-Emotional
Cognitive & Linguistic
MVC Example –
a) Using your MCV notes, CITE an example that shows development in this domain.



Root Skill -
b) Using ELECT, CITE which root skill your example illustrates.
*Be sure to include the number (ie: 2.1 Expression of Emotion)



Indicators of the Skill –
c) Using ELECT, CITE which indicators are evident in your example from MVC that provide evidence of the root skill.
d) Is the skill emerging, being practiced, or being elaborated? Explain your thinking IN YOUR OWN WORDS.



Interactions-
e) Refer to ELECT and DESCRIBE IN YOUR OWN WORDS examples of adult-child communications or activities that support the development of the skill.
f) Why are the interactions important? IN YOUR OWN WORDS, discuss how these interactions set the foundation for lifelong learning.



Proof –
g) CITE one quote from your Kail & Zolner textbook that supports your answers above. This could be information about the root skills or a quote about how the interactions support lifelong learning.



REMINDER: Use APA formatting for all citations.
ELECT: http://cfcollaborative.ca/wp-content/uploads/ELECT-Jan-2007.pdf
Development Response – Age: 19 months to 2.5 years (Toddler)
19 months to 2.5 years
Physical
Social-Emotional
Cognitive & Linguistic
MVC Example –
a) Using your MCV notes, CITE an example that shows development in this domain.



Root Skill -
b) Using ELECT, CITE which root skill your example illustrates.
*Be sure to include the number (ie: 2.1 Expression of Emotion)



Indicators of the Skill –
c) Using ELECT, CITE which indicators are evident in your example from MVC that provide evidence of the root skill.
d) Is the skill emerging, being practiced, or being elaborated? Explain your thinking IN YOUR OWN WORDS.



Interactions-
e) Refer to ELECT and DESCRIBE IN YOUR OWN WORDS examples of adult-child communications or activities that support the development of the skill.
f) Why are the interactions important? IN YOUR OWN WORDS, discuss how these interactions set the foundation for lifelong learning.



Proof –
g) CITE one quote from your Kail & Zolner textbook that supports your answers above. This could be information about the root skills or a quote about how the interactions support lifelong learning.



REMINDER: Use APA formatting for all citations.
ELECT: http://cfcollaborative.ca/wp-content/uploads/ELECT-Jan-2007.pdf
Nurturing Healthy Development & Well-Being: Brainstorm
Age: 7 months to 2.5 years
Create a list of ALL the health, safety, and nutrition policies & practices we have covered in the content to date. Use your course information, textbook, and all resources posted on the course shell to guide you.
· Example: Handwashing
Nurturing Healthy Development & Well-Being – Age: 7 months to 2.5 years
7 months to 2.5 years
Answer #1:
MUST be COVID related
Answer #2:
MUST be COVID related
Answer #3:
MVC Example –
a) Using your MCV notes, CITE one example that shows how your child is developing a sense of self, health, and well-being.



Goal for children: Every child is developing a sense of self, health, and well-being.
a) Using HDLH (pages 32-33), CITE one example that supports how your child is developing a sense of self, health, and well-being.



Program expectation: Early childhood programs nurture children’s healthy development and support their growing sense of self.
b) Using HDLH (pages 32-33), CITE one example that supports how you can foster your child’s health & well-being as an ECE.
c) IN YOUR OWN WORDS, discuss how this example supports lifelong health & well-being for your child.



Policy Connections –
d) Using Toronto Public Health and City of Toronto websites, CITE which child care policy best supports this example of nurturing healthy development & well-being?



Proof –
e) CITE one quote from HDLH (pages 29-31) that supports your answers.
f) CITE one quote from your Pimento & Kernested text that supports your answers.



REMINDER: Use APA formatting for all citations.
HDLH: https://files.ontario.ca/edu-how-does-learning-happen-en-2021-03-23.pdf (page 29-34)
City of Toronto:
https://www.toronto.ca/community-people/children-parenting/children-programs-activities/licensed-child-care/toronto-early-learning-and-child-care-services/
https://www.toronto.ca/community-people/community-partners/early-learning-child-care-partners/infection-prevention-control-for-child-care-centre-operators/
Nurturing Healthy Development & Well-Being – Age: 7 months to 2.5 years
7 months to 2.5 years
Answer #4
Answer #5
Answer #6
MVC Example –
b) Using your MCV notes, CITE one example that shows how your child is developing a sense of self, health, and well-being.



Goal for children: Every child is developing a sense of self, health, and well-being.
g) Using HDLH (pages 32-33), CITE one example that supports how your child is developing a sense of self, health, and well-being.



Program expectation: Early childhood programs nurture children’s healthy development and support their growing sense of self.
h) Using HDLH (pages 32-33), CITE one example that supports how you can foster your child’s health & well-being as an ECE.
i) IN YOUR OWN WORDS, discuss how this example supports lifelong health & well-being for your child.



Policy Connections –
j) Using Toronto Public Health and City of Toronto websites, CITE which child care policy best supports this example of nurturing healthy development & well-being?



Proof –
k) CITE one quote from HDLH (pages 29-31) that supports your answers.
l) CITE one quote from your Pimento & Kernested text that supports your answers.



REMINDER: Use APA formatting for all citations.
HDLH: https://files.ontario.ca/edu-how-does-learning-happen-en-2021-03-23.pdf (page 29-34)
City of Toronto:
https://www.toronto.ca/community-people/children-parenting/children-programs-activities/licensed-child-care/toronto-early-learning-and-child-care-services/
https://www.toronto.ca/community-people/community-partners/early-learning-child-care-partners/infection-prevention-control-for-child-care-centre-operators/
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My Virtual Child: Infant & Toddle
(Fall & Winter 2021-2022)
Student Name: ___________________________
Student Number: _________________________
Section Number: _________________________
Teacher’s Name: _________________________
Assignment Due Date: _____________________
MVC Notes – Age: 7 months to 2.5 years
This page should contain any examples from MVC that relate to the Domains or Health and Well-Being. Additionally, any context that helps to explain yo
ur child’s growth and development should be added. Simply copy/paste the information in bullet points as you work through raising your Virtual Child.
Remember, these notes will be used in future classes. Please retain this information in a safe place and make an additional copy for safekeeping.
Development Response – Age: 7-18 months (Infant)
    7-18 Months
    Physical
    Social-Emotional
    Cognitive & Linguistic
    MVC Example –
a) Using your MCV notes, CITE an example that shows development in this domain.
    Physical development is the major motor development occurs during the infancy and early childhood stage. Example, Crawling
Example: At 3 months of age, Jay is showing more intense interest in his su
oundings. Jay smiles at familiar people and toys, is able to laugh at surprising or funny things (such as a little dog), and is developing a number of cute little habits. (3 months, MVC)
    Socio-emotional development is yet another motor skill, which occurs when a child develops attitude, concern, and express social behavior towards others. Example, Example, fear, empathy, shame
Emotional expression, management of emotion
    Cognitive development involves learning to explore and figure out the thing. Example: providing infant the opportunity to play and discover new games.
Linguistic developments involve language learning which starts with sound, gesture and then word and sentence. Example: repeating words, pretend play, talking more and more, use kids rhymes and stories
    Root Skill -
) Using ELECT, CITE which root skill your example illustrates.
*Be sure to include the number (ie: 2.1 Expression of Emotion)
     Reaching and holding would be the best root skill that would suit the example presented above.
    Emotional expression, sense of self, social interest and imitation are the root skills examples of social and emotional development.
    Words with gestures, intentional communication
    Indicators of the Skill –
c) Using ELECT, CITE which indicators are evident in your example from MVC that provide evidence of the root skill.
d) Is the skill emerging, being practiced, or being elaborated? Explain your thinking IN YOUR OWN WORDS.
    Lifting head while held on a shoulde
This skill is being elaborated.
    • smiling at an adult
• returning the gaze of an adult seeking adults for play, stretching arms to be picked up
• imitating adult behavio
expressing comfort and discomfort • expressing pleasure and displeasure • expressing anger, anxiety, fear, sadness, joy, excitement
• sucking fingers, observing own hands • showing preference for being held by familiar people • beginning to distinguish known people from strangers.
These skills are elaborated and practiced.
    Speaking with words and gestures
Beginning to speak with more words than gestures When an infant points to a toy he wants, respond by offering the toy and naming it:
Using gestures with the intention of meeting goals These skills are practiced.
    Interactions-
e) Refer to ELECT and DESCRIBE IN YOUR OWN WORDS examples of adult-child communications or activities that support the development of the skill.
f) Why are the interactions important? IN YOUR OWN WORDS, discuss how these interactions set the foundation for lifelong learning.
    Adult-child communication is a therapy through understanding the feelings and the attitude of the child towards life. Example, Role playing and audio book interaction would be the best guide in this regard, as through role playing the adults would able to relate what the child is requiring and hence communication would become smoother. Audio book interaction supports the interactive procedure of communication, which attracts the child.
Interactions are important in order to understand the basic qualities, the strength and weakness the child or other possess. Human interaction is imperative for human health and promotes personal physical, emotional, and social well-beings and this how it set the foundation for lifelong learning
    Interaction is very much needed to highlight the social and emotional domain as through interaction; emotional status can be understood like why the baby is crying, what would make the baby smile and many more.
    Interaction is important to understand the cognitive development...
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