Respond - to predict, to analyze, or to make recommendations
Reflect - to feel, to integrate ideas with your own experiences and beliefs, or to consider multiple perspectives or varied issues.
Reflective observer - someone who watched and listen will and then questions what was seen and heard.
Proprietary care center - meaning that it provider care and education for children and is designed to make a profit.
Inclusion - the integration of children with varying needs and abilities
Laboratory school - that there are always students engaged in fulfilling practicum or student- teaching requirements and faculty engaged in supervision or research projects.
Centers - areas in which one kind of play is focused, such as a dramatic play center or a block center.
Parent cooperative preschool or nursery school - a program in which the parents fulfill many of the planning and teaching responsible and he administrations of the program.
Nannies - live with families to take care of children
Intergenerational programs - seniors interact with young children.
Development - A series of changes that occur in humans from birth to death.
Development guides - indicator of what a typical 4- year-old or toddler looks like
Normative development - what we know about so- called typical 4 year old or 8 month old children - are sort of an average developmental level.
Neonatal period - is a critical period in infant development,
Reflexes - infants displays a number of inborn movements
Attachment - is a complex kind of bonding and an emotional relationship between and infant and a significant adult
Separations anxiety - occurs when the attachments between infants and adult becomes quite intense
Stranger anxiety - is actually a healthy indication that the infant recognizes familiar adults and is insecure around those who are unfamiliar.