Career Questions tagged Child Development
What is the most difficult part of working in education? How did you over come it? Why would you consider it most difficult ??
What is the most difficult part of working in education? How did you over come it? Why would you consider it most difficult ?
I think I want to major in psychology but I am not sure if that is the right place to go for the job I want. I also don't mind moving for college but I would have to live on campus.
How do I become a child phycologist? i love being around kids and making them feel loved and they can probably care for themselves, i grew up with a drinking mother so i understand how it feels
How do I become a child phycologist? i love being around kids and making them feel loved and they can probably care for themselves, i grew up with a drinking mother so i understand how it feels.
What schooling do you have to do/degrees to get to become a Child Life Specialist? I am thinking of going to a college in Washington but I want to look into a program that would really help me become a Child Life Specialist. I am going into 10th grade and wanted to start my college looking...
I am interested in starting up my own preschool or daycare and I am not sure where to start to get that process going.
I will be majoring in child and youth work next year and would like to learn more about child and youth development and psychology.
How much schooling did you need to do to be most successful in child psychology or child family social work?
How much schooling did you need to do to be most successful in child psychology or child family social work
Not sure if it's the same for other high school students but mine has us focus on self-awareness and college prep as part of curriculum outside of working with our guidance counselors. It's part of my english class. Something we have been working on is an essay about our career interests. I am...
I describe my self as loving but hate to not get the same back. All in my 17 years of living it's still hard for me to believe if I work hard enough I can be something great in life. I got in my depression state and develop how I view things. I don't like it but it shows me who's actually here...
#childhood-education #day-care #education #child-development
I want to know the basic requirements to having your own daycare. For example, do you need a degree? How do you recruit people to work there? How do you get the parents to trust your new daycare? How much does it cost to start a daycare? Should I consider getting a degree in Business?...
Some are too young to understand and some are old enough and people might think that the child is overacting and just want attention. #child-development #working-with-children #child-care #children #career-choice #career-path
I'm an adopted child, along with my twin brother, who's special needs and I found out not too long ago that there are actually a lot of adopted and foster kids in my area. But, not all are in a loving caring home like I am. I feel like I should step in, give back to the kids and make a change...
Just would like to know so I know what skills I need to work on #child-development
I am torn between 3 different career choices and i am having trouble finding a good college that has a great program for this and im having trouble. #college #special-needs-children #working-with-children #child-development #early-childhood-education
I am interested in how the brain works, and specifically why it causes people to act the way they do. I want to work with people with special needs, but wonder if this is a plausible career. I am also interested in research, maybe also related to special needs. #neuroscience...
What is a good college major to eventually be a child psychiatrist?
#child-psychiatrist #medical-practice #child-development #working-with-children
I am really interested in studying psychology but I would also like to work with young children. How can I incorporate these two things into a career path? #psychology #psychotherapy #child-development #child-psychology #cognitive-psychology #psychology-education
I want to go for a child development. I want to work with little kids in pre-k thru 5th grade, but I'm not interested in working with students higher than 6th grade. Is that possible? Can you control the age range of the children you work with? #early-childhood-education #child-development...
So I was in a class and this professor was teaching about optical fibres, these was something I once did in my undergraduate days, but I didn't pay attention to it. I am totally blank on what he is teaching. How do I go about understanding and passing the course? #doctor #teacher...
when i was a teen, i wanted to study civil engineering, but i was not too good in mathematic but i was good at biology, i managed to pass my physic in high school and ad did very well in biology later settle for physics with electronics. i would like to know if i should gave chosen a careen in...
This is the profession I am interested in, but I am curious about the stress this causes for the therapist. Information on how you cope and handle the subjects you cover in your work would be great. Or if all you have to say is you don't have much difficulty coping that is a welcomed answer...
How does one's home or family environment as a child affect their success in gaining an education and a career in their future?
I want to dig deeper beyond the surface by exploring the parts of a person's lifetime that contribute to their character as a grown-up in the college and career world, and whether or not a better or a worse home situation as a child has any affect on their future success. #psychology...
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