Super super short “Child Development Taxonomy (TCD). Interesting it doesn’t automatically include a spot for theories but then again this would be practical not theoretical. If I want more I could get more.

Super super short “Child Development Taxonomy (TCD). Interesting it doesn’t automatically include a spot for theories but then again this would be practical not theoretical. If I want more I could get more.

Child Development Taxonomy (TCD)
Birth: Preterm, Regular
Infancy: Physical, Cognitive, Emotional, Social
Early childhood: Physical, Cognitive, Emotional, Social, Learning, Parenting
Middle childhood: Physical, Cognitive, Emotional, Social, Learning, Parenting
Late childhood: Physical, Cognitive, Emotional, Social, Learning, Parenting
Adolescence: Physical, Cognitive, Emotional, Social, Learning, Parenting, Identity, Sexuality
Adulthood: Physical, Cognitive, Emotional, Social, Learning, Parenting, Career, Relationship

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The Taxonomy of Child Development (TCD) is a system of organizing the various stages of child development into categories. The TCD includes five developmental domains: physical, cognitive, social/emotional, language, and self-regulation. Each domain is composed of multiple stages, which are characterized by distinct behaviors and abilities. For example, the physical domain includes the stages of motor development, body awareness, and perceptual motor development; the cognitive domain includes the stages of early numerical and spatial concepts, language development, and problem solving; the social/emotional domain includes the stages of self-awareness, self-regulation, and prosocial behavior; the language domain includes the stages of early communication and early literacy; and the self-regulation domain includes the stages of attention, impulse control, and executive functioning.

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