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Strengthening Aboriginal child development in central Australia through a universal preschool readiness program.
A recent example of a transition-to-preschool program in regional Australia.
A bird in the hand: Understanding the trajectories of development of young children and the need for action to improve outcomes.
This site has useful information about the kinds of supports needed to improve the possibilities for young people.
Sparknotes has information on the theories of development and a section on development 0-8 years.Child development: the first five years.
Child Development: the first five years
This website has information and video discussing the development of newborn, toddler and school age children. It includes information on identifying developmental delay.
Brain Development in Children
This publication from the Australian Early Development Census explains more about the factors influencing brain development.
This publication explains what can be observed at different stages in a child's development.
Parenting Styles, Feeding Styles, Feeding Practices, and Weight Status in 4-12 Year-Old Children:
This publication has information about childhood being a critical period in the development of obesity.
A Basic Introduction to Child Development Theories
This education publication sets out the theories associated with child development.
Child Development Principles and Theories
compares the developmental theories of Erikson, Piaget, Vygotsky, and Gardner.
Role of Parenting in Childhood Anxiety
This publication talks about the parenting styles and the impact on child development.
Early Childhood Resource Pack
This UNICEF site has information in Modules 1 and 3 that look at Child Development.
This World Health Organisation site has links to relevant information on Child Development.
The importance of getting messy
This podcast discusses the effects of play and physical nurturing in infant years.
Will Mozart make my baby smart?
This podcast discusses whether popular ideas about pregnancy and child development matches the scientific evidence.
Family income may influence kids' brain development.
This ABC news item discusses the findings of a study published last year.
This catalyst episode explains how oxytocin impacts on child development. Watch the episode or read the transcript.