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Q&A: ¿en que me puedo especializar despues de hacer la carrera de educacion infantil?

Posted by Admin | Posted in Educación Infantil | Posted on 18-10-2013

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Question by morena9215: ¿en que me puedo especializar despues de hacer la carrera de educacion infantil?
¿en que me puedo especializar despues de hacer la carrera de educacion infantil?

Hola me gustaria saber en que me podria especializar despues de hacer la carrera de educacion infatil…podria especializarme en psicologia infantil o eso es una carrera aparte o como va?

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Answer by agua-clara
Es una carrera aparte. La carrera de educación infantil tiene sus propias especialidades que se imparten durante los cuatro años del grado y son: educación primaria genarlista, educación infantil, educación especial, idiomas, educación física y educación para adultos. Tras esto puedes hacer diferentes masters que te pueden interesar y de los cuales te puedes informar en la página web de tu propia facultad.

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Infantile Autism – The Interesting Orgin of the Disorder is Suprising and a Curiosity to Researchers

Posted by Admin | Posted in Educación Infantil | Posted on 17-10-2013

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Early infantile autism was the name first given to the neurodevelopmental disorder first written about by Dr. Leo Kanner in the early 1940s. Usually diagnosed before the age of three infantile autism disorder is characterized by a social ineptness, impaired communication skills both verbally and non-verbally and an inability to partake in normal imaginative play. Before Dr. Kanner was able to differentiate this disorder from other difficulties many autistic children were thought to be schizophrenic.

In the early 1800s a textbook called Observations on Madness and Melancholy relates the case of a five year old child who was admitted into a hospital with what appeared to be childhood schizophrenia but which researchers now feel certain was early infantile autism. 

The boy had been ill with measles in his first year. When he was two his parents noticed that he was more livelily than other children. Yet, he did not walk until he was two and a half and did not speak until he was four. When brought to the hospital he exhibited almost no separation anxiety when his mother left him. After numerous tests one thing that was noted was the child seemed to have no understanding of distance.  The little boy would reach for something that was very obviously too far away for him to be able to get. This odd behavior would be described now, in the jargon of the day, as a faulty awareness of ego limitations.

Socially he kept to himself although he did like to watch the other children when they played.  He exhibited repetitive play with some toy soldiers he had. He was able to whistle tunes he had heard but they were unable to teach him to read.  Oddly the child always referred to himself in the third person.  As well, although he seemed to know the names of many objects he was unable to use them in the correct manner.

The thing that makes this case so remarkable is not so much the study of the time, but the fact that it has been studied since and that the facts all point to this likely being the first recorded case of early infantile autism as the little boy was found to have seventeen of the thirty potential symptoms of autism.

Researchers feel that this account is the best, most clearly written before Kanner identified early infantile autism in 1943; including for the previous one hundred and forty years between this account and Kanner’s pronouncement.

If you think that there is “something not right” with your child you must find out as soon as possible if autism is the issue. Treatments are less effective with each passing day as we grow older, so find out now with the complete autism resource for determining symptoms and goes into depth about ALL treatment options for autism, natural AND medical. So do your family a favor and check out the information at Autism Symptoms.

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HISTORIAS BAJO EL MAR

Posted by Admin | Posted in Educación Infantil | Posted on 11-10-2013

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HISTORIAS BAJO EL MAR

Cuento realizado por alumnas de 2º de Grado de Educación Infantil de la Universidad de Murcia para la asignatura de “Medios, materiales y TIC”, con la técnica de STOPMOTION y con dibujos propios.

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Posted by Admin | Posted in Educación Infantil | Posted on 04-10-2013

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Hansel and Gretel

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Q&A: ¿Que bachillerato creéis que debo coger para a Hacer un modulo de educación infantil de grado superior ?

Posted by Admin | Posted in Educación Infantil | Posted on 25-09-2013

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Question by Alba: ¿Que bachillerato creéis que debo coger para a Hacer un modulo de educación infantil de grado superior ?
Hola !
acabo de terminar 4 de la E.S.O i me presente para hacer un modulo de grado medio de socio sanitario pero no me cogieron y ahora quiero hacer un bachillerato y no se cual hacer porque unos dicen que para luego hacer grado superior de educación infantil es mejor el humanístico pero otros me dicen que para hacer un grado superior no importa que el bachillerato que elijas no hace falta que estar relacionado con el modulo superior.
por favor ayudadme porque tengo que presentar papeles en pocos días
Muchas gracias a todos/as por vuestra ayuda .

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Answer by Cazador
cch!!!!

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¿Dónde puedo conseguir el temario para las oposiciones de educación infantil?

Posted by Admin | Posted in Educación Infantil | Posted on 24-09-2013

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Question by fatimé: ¿Dónde puedo conseguir el temario para las oposiciones de educación infantil?
Hola a todos, decirme donde puedo conseguir el temario para las oposiciones de educación infantil en españa
¿qué página de la institución?

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Answer by Antonio G
En las librerias o si tienes alguna amiga que tenga los temarios suerte

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Infantile colic gets relief from chiropractic- Chiropractor Coogee

Posted by Admin | Posted in Educación Infantil | Posted on 11-09-2013

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BY FELICITY YOUNG

Crying is a natural response for infants. They cry when they’re hungry or tired, when their nappy is soiled, and when they just need the comfort of loving arms. But when infants wail more than three hours a day, for three or more days a week, and over three weeks or longer, the baby is possibly suffering from colic.

This condition, which appears between two weeks and four months of age, presents with a variety of symptoms:

• Inconsolable, piercing crying that lasts for three hours or more, mostly in late afternoon or evening

• Clenched fists

• Legs pulled tightly into abdomen

• Tense abdominal muscles

• Rumbling stomach sounds

Colic affects about 10 to 20 percent of infants – although in a recent survey of Australian parents, 60 percent reported their babies suffered from this condition, which is painful for the infant and frustrating for the parent who can’t provide relief. Colic shows no predisposition to vaginal or Caesarean births. The cause has not been clearly determined. Some colicky babies suffer gastrointestinal distress resulting from too much gas in the intestine or intolerance to milk or formula. Their agonized outbursts could also be triggered by a reaction to something in the mother’s milk, like medication, caffeine, or nicotine. However, studies have shown that less than five percent of colic cases are due to these organic causes.

Colic has also been attributed to behavioral causes, such as anxious mothers transferring their negative energy to their babies. Feeding position has been blamed as well. Some experts believe that colic is a disorder of the baby’s central nervous system, resulting from birth trauma. The pushing, stretching, and contracting put pressure on the baby’s tiny, tender body. A prolonged delivery or the use of forceps or a vacuum can shift the infant’s neck and back vertebrae out of alignment. Because these vertebrae directly impact the rest of the body, the misalignment can create painful problems in an immature organ or system. When the digestive system is compromised by a subluxation, an infant suffers pain when trying to digest breast milk or formula. As a result, more and more parents are turning to chiropractic for treating their colicky infants.

Gentle fingertip pressure applied to the misaligned areas on the baby’s neck and spine is painless. Infants often show relaxation immediately after the treatment. This process enables the baby’s body to heal naturally, without medication.

A clinical trial reported in the Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics [1] studied two groups of infants over a period of 12 days. One group was treated with dimethicone, commonly used as a gas reliever. The other group received chiropractic adjustment. By the eleventh day of the trial, the infants that received the medication were crying one hour less. The chiropractic group’s crying reduced by 2.4 hours, which was a 270 percent improvement over the pharmaceutical approach. Over the 12 days of the study, the chiropractic group experienced a 67 percent reduction in crying and the medicated babies decreased their crying by 38 percent.

Another study [2] of 316 babies who were diagnosed with colic showed that 94 percent of the infants who received chiropractic treatment demonstrated satisfactory results within two weeks. Fifty-one percent of these babies had previously undergone drug therapy, with unsuccessful results. A different study [3] of 132 colicky infants showed that 91 percent of the parents reported improvement after an average of two to three chiropractic adjustments, within one week after the start of treatment. A 2007 study reported in the Chiropractic Journal of Australia stated, “Chiropractic care provides a potentially useful alternative for management of irritable babies.” [4]

While colic generally subsides when an infant reaches four months old, the baby’s discomfort should be addressed and eased as soon as possible. The parents, as well, experience frustration and fatigue while trying unsuccessfully to console their colicky infants. Chiropractic treatment provides pain – and drug-free option that lets everyone rest a little easier.

About the Author

Felicity Young was inspired by chiropractic from an early age after her experience as a child suffering headaches. After her mother intuitively took her to a chiropractor, who was able to treat and manage her symptoms, she recognized the power of chiropractic. Felicity has been an integral part of the Chirosports team for over four years in various capacities. In addition to six years of study at Macquarie University, she has completed extra studies in pediatric and pregnancy care, acupuncture, neurology, extremities and sports injuries, and is a Registered Trigenics Practitioner (Trigenics is a neurological treatment system which resets the way the brain communicates with the body to relieve pain, increase movement and strengthen muscles).

Felicity Young has been an integral part of the Chirosports team for over four years in various capacities. In addition to six years of study at Macquarie University, she has completed extra studies in pediatric and pregnancy care, acupuncture, neurology, extremities and sports injuries, and is a Registered Trigenics Practitioner. For more information and inquires, visit http://www.chirosports.com.au/clinics/coogee today.

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¿Son muy difíciles las oposiciones de maestro en educación infantil?

Posted by Admin | Posted in Educación Infantil | Posted on 02-09-2013

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Question by : ¿Son muy difíciles las oposiciones de maestro en educación infantil?
Me podríais dar información sobre las oposiciones de magisterio en educación infantil.Cuantas pruebas hay y en que consisten?

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Answer by Alberto
SON TODOS UNOS JULIOS

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Ejecutarán proyecto de más espacios escolares en Sucre

Posted by Admin | Posted in Educación Infantil | Posted on 31-08-2013

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Ejecutarán proyecto de más espacios escolares en Sucre
Más de 4 mil estudiantes sucreños serán beneficiados con la inversión de $ 4.711 millones del Ministerio de Educación Nacional y el departamento de Sucre, mediante el proyecto de construcción de aulas escolares. Según informes del Ministerio de …
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Infantile Eczema – Safe All Natural Remedies For Your Childs Eczema

Posted by Admin | Posted in Educación Infantil | Posted on 18-08-2013

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Infantile eczema is a very common disease, but it is something that can cause much suffering for the parents. Often they can by the mere knowledge that in many cases, the eczema disappeared, shortly before the child is two years shall be comforted, but not give your child a great relief, while you wait. There are things that you be treated in childhood eczema and help him there that you can leave as quickly as possible, but often with your child to feel better and be sure not to confuse the situation further, if possible.

Infantile eczema is often a red rash and is irregular somewhere in the face or head. They may fall into this area, but can on other areas of the skin, such as neck spread, shoulders, arms and chest. How is that in adult patients with atopic dermatitis, which presumably is essentially the same condition, which can exist anywhere in the body? Although they do not know are what causes eczema and whether they know it can be food allergies over time, it is a way for you to consider. Note that all the food you eat will be transferred to baby via breast milk.

One of the best ways to treat infantile eczemain children is as a treatment bath of diluted bleach known. This is something that should be carried out in accordance with the recommendation of doctors, and be able to give you the exact reason for chlorine should be with the amount of water you use may be used. Interestingly, when they were doing research on this particular method that works so well that he finally stopped, with which the test of the placebo group would receive the same benefits.

They will also assure you that during this time make your child as comfortable as possible.

Even young babies trying to scratch the eczema of the help they need, be sure to keep nails short during this time. You should continue the soft sheets of her bed, just so you do not end rubs his face against the rough leaves for the provision of relief and annoying problem.

There are other things you can to help your child overcome infantile eczema and some of them are common sense. Be sure to have your child to sudden temperature changes, where possible, clothing, soft, breathable cotton and to help them daily baths, your skin is moist, exposed to excellent opportunities to solve this problem. Make sure your doctor is aware you are dealing with a case of eczema, and perhaps other suggestions for how to deal with this problem.

Learn more help aboutinfantile eczema, and learning with your child. Visit our website for more articles and useful information on skin careand resources.

 

Learn more about home remedies to treat eczemaon our site. You’ll also find other information such as Langerhans cell cause eczema and infants with eczema. http://thebetterinfo.com/eczemacure.htm is a comprehensive resource to inform individuals suffering from ezcema about symptoms, prevention and treatment options.

 

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