A family where one or both parents may identify as LGBTQ+
A parent raising a child/ren alone
Multiple members of the same family living in the same home and possibly co-raising the child/ren
Parents who care for children in the short term
A child is part of a permanent family unit
A combination of two separate families
This type of parenting leaves little room for negotiation or compromise
Few rules and a relaxed approach to behaviour
Sets clear, consistent rules and boundaries.
Parenting that is highly reactive to the parents own upbringing.
Lack of responsiveness
Parents are heavily involved in every aspect of their child/ren lives
The importance of establishing and maintaining relationships
The ability to recognise and appreciate the rights, beliefs and differences of other people
A practice which ensures every child belongs
Give a child attention when they behave well
The way in which a child responds to a particular situation
A new stage in a changing situation
State of being genuinely involved and interested in something
Lack of opportunity to get involved, an unmet need.
Passing from one place to another
Successful in producing an intended result
An arrangement where parties agree to cooperate to advance their mutual interest
Learning/academics refers to the _________ domain of development?
Interactions with people & the environment refers to the _________ domain of development?
The body & movement refers to the _________ domain of development?
Processing & understanding feelings refers to the _________ domain of development?
________ representations use manipulatives to introduce a concept.
The symbolic/_____________ stage students draw pictures/symbols to represent a concept.
_________ stage is when students use variables to represent a concept.
Analysis & judgement refers to which cognitive process?
Looking from a new perspective refers to which cognitive process?
Asking questions to gather information to gather information refers to which cognitive process?
__________ & planning: cognitive process involves solving problems & making decisions?
Memory/___________: cognitive process involves providing facts from given information
Writing, running & using scissors are __________ skills that are developed & honed everyday.
Object permanence occurs is which of Piaget's four stages of cognitive development?
Language development & beginning to think symbolically occurs in which of Piagets' four stages of cognitive development?
A student that is understand logical reasoning, not yet understanding abstract thought is in which stage of Piagets' four Stages of Cognitive Development?
Stage of play where a child makes seemingly random movements with no clear purpose &/or observing others without acting?
Playing alone w/ limited interaction among other children is which stage of play?
______ Play/Onlooker Play: stage of play that observes other children playing, but does not play w/ them
Stage of play where a student plays alongside other children, but not in cooperation w/ them
Stage of play when a child plays in cooperation w/ other children in a loosely organized manner; generally developing preferences for playing w/ certain children
Includes the physical aspects of childcare, such as feeding, dressing, and bathing children.
Training your child to live as part of the larger social group
The words and actions parents use to influence their children's behavior
Is the use of methods and techniques to teach children self-control
The principles and beliefs that guide a person's conduct
A discipline technique where parents threaten children with being unloved
A parenting style in which the main objective is to make children completely obedient.
A parenting style in which gives children almost no guidelines or rules
Providing everything a child wants
A parenting style in which the parents desire to provide for and protect their children beyond what is in the best interest of children
Parents discipline their children by reasoning and explaining to them why they should or should not use certain behaviors
The structure of methods that a society uses to produce and distribute goods and services
The income people receive in return for supplying factors of production
The amount of money a business receives in excess of its expenses
Level of economic prosperity
Any arrangement that allows buyers and sellers to exchange things
An organization that uses resources to produce a product or service, which it then sells
A person or group of people living in a single residence
The arena of exchange in which firms purchase the factors of production from households
A range of economic and political systems based on the belief that wealth should be evenly distributed throughout society
A political system in which the government owns and controls all resources and means of productions and makes all economic decisions
Describing a form of government that limits individual freedoms and requires strict obedience from its citizens
Another name for a centrally planned economy
The doctrine that government generally should not intervene in the marketplace
Property that is owned by individuals or companies, not by the government or the people as a whole
A market-based economic system in which the government is involved to some extent
A period of change in which nation moves from one economic system to another
The incentive that drives individuals and business owners to improve their material well-being
The principle that anyone can compete in the marketplace
The principle that everyone has the same legal rights
The principle that people have the right to control their possessions and use them as they wish
The study of economic behavior and decisions in a nations whole economy
The study of economic behavior and decision-making in small units, such as households or firms
A period of macroeconomic expansion, or growth, followed by one of contraction, or decline
A proposed law submitted directly to the public