By Lyn Overall
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This is part of our role, we have to make these assessments in order to make decisions about how to teach. When we seek to make careful objective observations and then try to match these against the development milestones, we are being empirical. Then we can make normative statements, ‘he is big for his age’, because there is evidence to support the comment. We know that young children may scream to get attention but, as they get older, we would expect that this behaviour will be replaced by requests for help.
It is interesting to think about how childhood is understood through the use of pictures. Our own experience of childhood is not the same as those of earlier generations. uk) you can search through 700 pictures of children by going to and using the ‘search the collection’ link to children. Here you’ll see how previous generations viewed childhood. You will notice that until quite recently children were seen as miniature adults. A final source for this task is TV images. These give us some ideas about childhood in other cultures.
Further reading There are an increasing number of books about cognitive neuroscience which are for a non-specialist audience. My choices are below and they will extend the introductory knowledge included in this chapter. Blakemore, S-J. and Frith, U. (2005) The Learning Brain: Lessons for Education. Oxford: Blackwell. One writer is a neuroscientist and the other a cognitive psychologist: both are interested in autism and Uta Frith is also involved in dyslexia research. They have put together a textbook that introduces some of the complex ideas in brain science and learning.