What Environment Better Develops A Child?
Many people, especially parents, would like to know the right environment for their children to learn and to grow. “All parents want to raise a happy, successful child, but there is little agreement about how best to reach this goal”. They would like to know what they need to change, and what they can. No one wants to start the next generation off wrong, and that usually is determined about what happens at home, and school. I think a child’s mind molds through the earliest years of their life and are really fragile on the effects of their environment, that’s why they should be kept in a secure, loving environment.
Childhood is the culturally defined period in human development between infancy and adulthood. In a historical perspective, this is a relatively new social construction. Early childhood, as an especially important “super period” of childhood, most often refers to the months and years between infancy and school age children. To understand why childhood is such a crucial time in human life it is important to study the development before and after birth along with any factors that may alter life.
Children usually learn by what they see, and constant repetition. “Hands on experiences help them to form ‘how’ and ‘why’ things happen.” So the child relies on everything it see’s growing up to know what’s right and wrong and is usually how they form habits and also a way of life. A parent could easily teach their child wrong without knowing it, the child could grow up thinking it’s always been right.
Urie Bronfenbrenner states "that a person’s biological characteristics interact with the environmental forces and shape a person’s development." Children pick up on everything they see. Family, especially the child’s parents influence how the child acts as he/she grows older. Whatever the see's their parents do, they automatically think that it's alright for them to re-enact what they saw. If they see someone older...