1. Physical Well-Being and Development
This domain includes health status, growth, and disabilities; physical abilities, such as gross and fine motor skills; and conditions before, at, and after birth.
2. Social and Emotional Development
This domain combines two interrelated components affecting children's behavioral health and learning. Social development
refers to children's ability to interact with others and their capacity for self-regulation. Emotional development includes children's perceptions of themselves, their abilities to understand the feelings of other people, and their ability to interpret and express their own feelings.
3. Approaches to Learning
This domain refers to children's inclination to use skills and knowledge. Key components include enthusiasm, curiosity,
and persistence on tasks. These components are outcomes of a growth mindset.
4. Language and Literacy Development
This domain includes communication and emergent literacy. Communication includes listening, speaking, and vocabulary.
Emergent literacy includes print motivation and awareness, early
writing, phonological awareness (the connection between letters
and sounds), and phonemic awareness (the ability to hear, identify,
and manipulate individual sounds).
5. Cognition and General Knowledge
This domain refers to thinking and problem solving as well as knowledge about particular objects and the way the world works. Mathematical knowledge, abstract thought, and
imagination are included.
6. Cultural Awareness
This domain refers to the ability to examine and understand the values, beliefs, traditions and perceptions within an individual's own culture and other cultures.
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