Understanding And Improving The Neurodevelopment Of Children (ebook)

Understanding And Improving The Neurodevelopment Of Children (ebook)

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Robert Doman
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Transcript of 1982 Seminar - Miracles of Child Development, A Guide to Child Development; For anyone wanting to better understand how the brain really works in relation to development, learning, and function, this amazing seminar is essential. It discusses learning, brain development, and overall function in relation to people of all abilities and ages (children or adults). Robert J. Doman, Jr., Founder of The National Association for Child Development (NACD), and international organization dedicated to helping families, shares a wealth of information regarding how the human brain develops and how it relates to learning and overall function. He explains that learning does not stop with age. The plasticity of the brain allows for individuals with any type of learning challenges to overcome them with the proper activities and learning programs. With over 35 years of experience working with families and children and over 15 million hours of individual developmental and education intervention, NACD's staff has seen amazing results. This seminar: • Gives an excellent overview of NACD's history and purpose • Increases the listener's knowledge of brain development • Offers answers about learning difficulties and how to treat the problems • Provides straightforward solutions regarding teaching children, child management, and how to help children reach their innate potential • And much more . . . This seminar is a "must-have" tool for parents that want to increase their base knowledge of child development and function and that want to truly help their children succeed.


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ISBN:
9781483553856
Editorial:
BookBaby
Formato:
EPub con DRM
Idioma:
Inglés
Género:
Literatura
Subgénero:
Cursos y Métodos de Aprendizaje
Prelectura del libro:
Understanding And Improving The Neurodevelopment Of Children (ebook)

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1483553856 |

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9781483553856