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1)physical development and health
4)general learning competence
the domains of child development and early learning are discussed in different terms and categorized in different ways in the various fields and disciplines that are involved in research, practice, and policy related to children from birth through age 8. to organize the discussion in this report, the committee elected to use the approach and overarching terms depicted in figure 4-1. the committee does not intend to present this as a single best set of terms or a single best categorical organization. indeed, it is essential to recognize that the domains shown in figure 4-1 are not easily separable and that a case can be made for multiple different categorizations. for example, different disciplines and researchers have categorized different general cognitive processes under the categorical term “executive function.” general cognitive processes also relate to learning competencies such as persistence and engagement. similarly, self-regulation has both cognitive and emotional dimensions. it is sometimes categorized as a part of executive function, as a part of socioemotional competence, or as a part of learning competencies. attention and memory could be considered a part of general cognitive processes, as embedded within executive function, or linked to learning competencies related to persistence. mental health is closely linked to socioemotional competence, but is also inseparable from health.
the challenge of cleanly separating these concepts highlights a key attribute of all of these domains, which is that they do not develop or operate in isolation. each enables and mutually supports learning and development in the others. therefore, the importance of the interactions among the domains is emphasized throughout this chapter. for example,
amazing power, both people will fill in the gaps of the other.
a specialist has difficulty thinking outside of the so called box. a multipotentialite has difficulty in finishing what he has started. the specialist can help finish the multipotentialite and the multipotentialite can inspire the specialist to go deeper and wider. the only problem is, they don't understand each other very