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What do you usually do in a high school child development class?

I heard that in child development classes there is a fake baby who cries in the middle of the night. The teacher will give you several cards. If you insert the correct card, the doll will stop crying. I want to ask is this true?

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This is true! Most child development classes do something like this. Usually, students are required to take the "baby" with them everywhere, and it will do everything from cry to "soil" a diaper and require "feeding." Each card - in some cases it may be a key or something, too - serves a different purpose and solves a different "problem." In addition, child growth and development students study the physical, intellectual, social, and emotional development of a child from conception to five years of age. They also learn parenting and caregiving roles in relation to the developing child as well as guiding them in the learning process. I hope this answers your question! :)

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