Child Motor Skills por RAFO | Oct 22, 2020 | Childcare Tips | 5 Comentarios GRCC’s Child Development program demonstrates the different stages of motor skill development. … 5 Comentarios Marianne el 16 junio, 2020 a las 6:53 am WARNING: cuteness overload! 🙂 Responder Marianne el 16 junio, 2020 a las 7:01 am I'm very impressed with that this video appears to be over 20 years old but they already recommend schools to take care of children's physical health and increase PE over "academic lessons" AS IT PROMOTES PHYSICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND A SOCIAL HEALTH AND SKILLS. Very impressed by their observation that PE is the only time for natural socialization for a longer period of time, as recesses got shorter, and the observation about the pupils whose motor skills lag behind their peers will feel outsiders and don't want to join, losing this valuable opportunity to learn socio-emotional skills and physical health habits. Scientists knew all this back then, and gave advice, but did we take it seriously ourselves and in our schools? Responder Marianne el 16 junio, 2020 a las 7:11 am Thanks for sharing, I'm learning developmental psychology. One thing I learned (among other things) was that what the question about "which skills persist and which skills disappear over time". It's the reflexes of a baby. The moro reflex (the "frightened" reflex one, with the baby's arms and legs opens up to its side and then closes) disappears as we get a better way to handle our fears, but for example yawning reflex persist. An interesting addition to the reflexes would have been the mirroring reflex, when 6 month babies mirror and imitate another humans facial expressions such as sticking out their tongue, or smiling (newborn babies can't imitate yet) Responder JANE WAIRIMU el 8 julio, 2020 a las 1:36 pm Am impressed with the video. As a Lecturer in motor development ,has really enlightened my skills in my motor development class Responder Mashita Zamida el 8 octubre, 2020 a las 8:48 pm thanks for the video! Responder Enviar comentario Cancelar la respuestaTu dirección de correo electrónico no será publicada. Los campos obligatorios están marcados con *Comentario Nombre * Correo electrónico * Web Guarda mi nombre, correo electrónico y web en este navegador para la próxima vez que comente.