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This website allow a student to select an age and an area of the brain. Questions then appear for the student to answer. One can click on the question to see the answer, along with tips for how to facilitate development in that area.
Really intersting information! Would love to have the interactive portion seperate from the rest of the site so it is not so busy. Great information for child development in CSD
2 years ago
This resource has many different interactive tools, resources, short explanations and downloads. The focus is all areas of child development for children from birth to three. The site is written for parents but students of child development could find resources and answers to questions on the site. The brain map allows students to click on an age and a skill and to read about how that skill is developing at that age. It would be beneficial for an online class activity.