By Rani Lueder, Valerie J. Berg Rice
Delivering suggestions on a vast variety of concerns for young ones and youth, Ergonomics for kids: Designing items and areas for children to youngsters offer you a deep knowing of ways young children improve and the way those developmental alterations can effect the layout of goods and locations for kids. Copiously illustrated with images and different pictures, the e-book is helping you fast locate solutions in your questions, take hold of thoughts, and follow them.
Its subsections are geared up that can assist you find and comprehend the content material you would like. Edited through specialists with contributions from a world panel, the ebook is either huge in insurance and overseas in standpoint. The participants assessment the ways that kids strengthen bodily, perceptually, cognitively, and socially after which use this knowledge to supply useful directions for the layout of locations and items for kids.
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Children evolve through universal patterns, but these commonalities occur against a backdrop of each child’s culture, heritage, and individual differences. INFANCY TO TODDLERHOOD (BIRTH TO 2 YEARS) COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT Jean Piaget (1896–1980) was a leading authority on child development. Through his work, he recognized that young children think and reason very differently from older children and adults. He described how mental processes change as children progress through four qualitatively different stages of cognitive development.
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