The concept of friendship is widely varied on a person’s personal experience and interactions with various people in their life time. Friendships vary from minor friends, or best friends to lovers and life partners. The way a person determines a friendship is often the same in the various people I have interviewed and is often positive aspects in nature. Many of the people I interviewed looked for characteristics such as: honesty, trustworthiness, dependability, and reliability. People seek out friendship to have someone of the same mind set and equal mental stature or personality traits to either lean on for support or to support in their time of need. Many friends are there for social support and to create a network for security and support in that individual’s life. Personally my requirements for a friend are very general and easy to complete, however my requirements for a best friend are much more specific and well placed. Many of my current best friends are ones that I met toward the beginning to high school through either football or other social events in the school. My number one best friend however has been with me since I mover to this area seven years ago and started middle school at West Minico. My best friends have always been people that are willing to listen, but not just listen they also respond in fitting ways either through empathy or through personal belief. When I go to my friends with a mind stunting problem I cannot get through they often just make me look at it from a different perspective than what I am conditioned to see. There always around to guide me when I am lost and they are always around to celebrate when I am free of fear or confusion. I interviewed several people and they all said similar responses to the questions asked. Paul Blancher was more interested in how the person acted as a person rather than how they were specifically toward him. Many of the friends he talked about were proven to be his friends by the people they were prior to his decision to make them his friends. He claimed that this was the best way to syphon out the people that were fake in their intentions to improve his wellbeing by being his friend. Paul considered honesty to be one of the most important characteristics to a strong best friend. He determined a person’s honesty by their willingness to communicate and fallow through with their actions as promised. He said his wife was his best friend and that she was the one he could always look to for an honest opinion or statement regardless of his feelings or beliefs she would give him her answer to a problem. Over the course of their friendship he said time has built their trust in each other. He foresees that in the coming ten years he and his wife will still be a strong friendship and be even closer and more sure in their strengths as a couple. Lacy Blanchard is the wife to Paul and she said he was her life partner but her best friend was a woman that she knew all the way back to her childhood creating a friendship lasting up to thirty years and still growing. Many of the reasons Lacy claimed her best friend was her best friend were life experiences they had shared together. They have been together since child hood and went to school together. She said the landmark moment that signified their friendship was having their children at the same time. Going through that together and many other ups and downs of life have built up their trust in each other…
brain receives the information slower. A child’s life experiences help to determine the rate the myelin grows (Logan, 2011). The development of children is set in different stages. The stages start at infancy, toddlers, and young children. Development covers physical changes, social skills, cognitive learning, communication, and adaptive skills.
During infancy children soak up as much information as he or she can. In infancy both male and female children grow at the same rate…
Development and Diversity
The way you teach Your teaching much relies on your own cognitive abilities and you should be looking for signs that your students understand the information that is being communicated. How the mind understand and process new information as described by child psychologist Jean Piaget that when the information doesn’t fit you must adjust and rethink to accommodate the new information. He described the cognitive development in four stages and related them to the ability…
of adult life.
PHYSICAL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT IN ADULTHOOD
Intellectual development continues through adulthood. Getting a job involves learning new skills.
Many skills are also needed when a person leaves home and lives independently. These include cooking and managing a home and a budget.
As adults age they react more slowly and find it more difficult to remember things under pressure.
EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN ADULTHOOD
Behaving in a mature manner…
Explain the statement children’s development is holistic and each area is interconnected. Give an example of an activity and show different development areas.
Development is holistic means that each area is dependent on the other to ensure the child develops to their full potential. Although development is described as different areas: physical, social, emotional, language and intellectual, each area needs to connect in order for the child to develop. So for instance a child might…
to the complexity of the human brain and its vast abilities. Of all the stages of brain development, infancy has to be one of the most critical of the various stages. When a child is conceived, by the eighth week of pregnancy (of a forty week duration) the fetus’s brain has already begun to form and send off signals and directions to the rest of the undeveloped body. During this prenatal phase of development the brain forms billions of neurons. These neurons are nerve cells that deal with the information…
Training and Career Development
7 April 2014
Employee Training and Career Development
Training and Organization Development
Employee training is “present-oriented training that focuses on individuals’ current jobs” (DeCenzo & Robbins, 2007, p. 209). This learning experience for employees improves job performance and involves behavior, knowledge, attitudes, and skills. The role of training in an organization’s development is to improve employees…
This game is required for those ages 6 and up all the way to the age you can not run and think anymore
This game fits with physical development perfectly because of the fitness portion, as well as motor development.
Fine motor skills: Being able to pinpoint the sticker on the opposing players body, knowing how to work the water gun and using the trigger at appropriate times
Gross motor skills: Running, jumping, walking, hopping
Part lll: Cognitive Development…
“Development should not be primarily focused on economic development”
To what extend do you agree or disagree? If agree, what should the primarily focus of the development be?
- What is development?
- Relationship between GDP and economic Development
GDP= indicator which shows total of good + service produced in a country over period of time (D1) / economic output.
More needed about relationship
- Thesis statement + position
(if agree. GDP provide revenue…
AO1 – Patterns of Development
This coursework will describe how children develop according to milestones from birth to eight years old.
Emily is 17 years old and lives on the outskirts of Woking. She is currently living with her mum and attends St. John the Baptist Sixth Form College in Old Woking. Emily is a conscientious and hard working individual and her qualifications clearly support this. Having achieved excellent grades at GCSE and AS level, Emily is eager to continue with…
Level 4 Diploma in Business and
Unit 403 – PPD1
Personal and professional development
1. Introduction Page 3
2. LO1 – How to plan for personal and professional development Page 4
3. LO2 – How people learn Page 7
4. Conclusion Page 8
5. Appendix Page 9
6. Bibliography Page 11
“The most successful nations in the future will be those which develop high quality…