Prevention and Policy What we are as adults is the product of the world we experienced as children. The team is working concurrently.
The way a society functions is a reflection of the childrearing practices of that society. The brain has a bottom-up organization. The process of sequential development of the brain and, of course, the sequential development of function, is guided by experience.
Providing enriching cognitive, emotional, social and physical experiences in childhood could transform our culture.
For a typical traditional software project the requirements move as a block through each development stage. This activation of key neural systems in the brain leads to adaptive changes in emotional, behavioral and cognitive functioning to promote survival. Another major difference between Agile and traditional software development is on the way the work is distributed among the development steps.
Yet the poorly coordinated, over-burdened and reactive systems mandated to help these children rarely can provide those key elements.
The more a certain neural system is activated, the more it will "build-in" this neural state: It is during childhood that the brain matures and the whole set of brain-related capabilities develop in a sequential fashion.
We need to The sequential proceedings of mental development the indelible relationship between early life experiences and cognitive, social, emotional, and physical health. Forming or following in a logical order or sequence: These areas organize during development and change in the mature brain in a "use-dependent" fashion.
Next the user story would be tasked by the developers in an hour or so; while tasking they would make some small design decisions. In order to do this, the human brain has evolved an efficient and logical organization structure. Analysis, Design, Coding, Testing, and Ready to go deploy.
Furthermore, the brain is most plastic during early childhood. At any moment, an Agile team will be working on all the development stages. These times during development are called critical or sensitive periods. If we, as a society, continue to ignore the laws of biology, and the inevitable neurodevelopmental consequences of our current childrearing practices and policies, our potential as a humane society will remain unrealized.
The most regulatory, bottom regions of the brain develop first; followed, in sequence, by adjacent but higher, more complex regions. The brain develops and modifies itself in response to experience.
Yet the core "mission" of the brain is to sense, perceive, process, store, and act on information from the external and internal environment to promote survival.
And this is only possible because Agile requirements are attacked in small pieces, as described above. We do not educate our children about development, parenting or about the impact of neglect and trauma on children.
Investigation, court, removal, placement, re-location, and re-unification all contribute to the unknown, uncontrollable and, often, frightening experiences of the abused child. The elements of successful intervention must be guided by the core principles of brain development.
For example, Paulo has worked on traditional software development with schedules like this: The brain is most plastic receptive to environmental input in early childhood. The figure below represents the small pieces of requirements, and the development stages in the graph of functionality versus time.
Yet, persisting or chronic activation of this adaptive fear response can result in the maladaptive persistence of a fear state.
Perry leads the ChildTrauma Academy, a pioneering center providing service, research and training in the area of child maltreatment www. The development of the brain during infancy and childhood follows the bottom-up structure.
As a society we put more value on requiring hours of formal training to drive a car than we do on any formal training in childrearing. For Agile software development the small pieces of requirements are constantly and consecutively moving through each development stage.
His clinical research and practice focuses on traumatized children-examining the long-term effects of trauma in children, adolescents and adults. All of this must be paired with the implementation and testing of programs dedicated to enrich the lives of children and families and programs to provide early identification of, and proactive intervention for, at-risk children and families.
The figure below shows a simple sequence of five steps.The effect of trauma on the brain development of children. Chronic stress hormone dysregulation is thought to lead to changes in the sequential development of brain structures and brain functioning, through the process of "use-dependent" synaptic pruning (Perry, ).
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, The process of sequential development of the brain and, of course, the sequential development of function, is guided by experience. In addition he is the Medical Director for Provincial Programs in Children's Mental Health for Alberta, Canada.
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