Cognitive Development

We in K.D.M.A WORLD look forward for developing an understanding of the world around the pupils as a lifetime process that begins at birth. Knowing about the regularity and predictability of the universe is important. This knowledge, called cognitive development, is learned through mental processes and sensory perceptions. Warm, supportive interactions with others, as well as the ability to use all five of the sensory modes—seeing, hearing, touching, tasting, and smelling—are required for maximum development of the mental or cognitive processes. High-quality child development centres have always placed priority on children’s intellectual learning. Today the emphasis is greater than ever, because new research is being reported that helps teachers better understand the mental or cognitive processes that are at work in the child.