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4.1. Explain how routines are based on: meeting a child s needs , agreements with parents ,participation of children.
Each child is as different as each other. They have different needs and values which will be met in different way. [ The main developmental biologists that will be focused on in this essay are Abraham Maslow who brought to the world of psychology a fresh perspective with his concept of “hierarchy of human needs” and Erik Erikson a psychiatrist that developed the eight stages of development.
These stages are conceived in an almost architectural sense: satisfactory learning and resolution of each stage is necessary if the child is to manage the next and subsequent stages satisfactorily. Children, until they reach the age of 15 or so are not capable of reasoning as an adult. For children to thrive and develop to their potential all their needs and values must be met in a satisfactory way. ]
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