The brain functions do not all develop at the same
The brain functions do not all develop at the same time or at the same rate for all children. A child may show advanced development in one area and be delayed in another. For example, a child in K- 3 may read early but be physically clumsy. Thinking about what you know of human development and its relationship to the process of learning, and memory, what conclusions can you draw about this child’s brain functions, development, and learning?

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