- General characteristics.: This Module develops the general characteristics of early care in different intervention settings.
Module II. Early neurodevelopment
This module has addressed the main concepts of early neurodevelopment, both from a neuroanatomical and functional point of view. The main neuroanatomical processes involved in the cognitive, motor, affective and functional development of the child have been analysed. As well as the phenomena of brain plasticity involved in this neurodevelopment.
Módule III. Pathologies at early ages
This Module contains 8 submodules that address early brain damage, epilepsy, prematurity, maturational delay, autism spectrum disorder, sensory impairment, spina bifida and cerebral palsy.
Module III. 1. Childhood brain damage
Module III. 2. Pathologies at an early age. Epilepsy
Module III. 3 y Module III. 4. Pathologies in early ages: Prematurity and maturational delay
Module III. 5. Pathologies at an early age: Autism Spectrum Disorders
Module III. 6. Sensory impairments
Module III. 7. Spina bifida and autonomy disorders
Module III. 8. Cerebral palsy
Module IV. Observation and evaluation techniques based on the use of intelligent resources (contains 3 submodules)
This Module contains 3 submodules that refer to the use of observation and evaluation techniques from the use of intelligent systems (data mining), use of the new Portage guide.
Module IV. 1. Observation and evaluation techniques based on the use of intelligent resources. Introduction to data mining.
Module. IV. 2. Observation and evaluation techniques based on the use of intelligent resources
Module. IV. 2.1. Observation and evaluation techniques based on the use of intelligent resources. New Portage Guide
Module V. Cognitive, social, communication and language development
In this Module, he gives a brief overview of human cognitive development, analysing the most representative evolutionary theories development, analysing the most representative evolutionary theories to explain it.
Module VI. Evolutionary development (contains 2 submodules)
This Module contains 2 submodules related to the study of psychomotor development and the development of personal autonomy.
Module VI. 1. Psychomotor development at an early age
Module VI. 2. Development of personal autonomy
Module VII. Early intervention and application of smart resources (contains 3 submodules)
This Module contains 3 submodules on the application of the internet of things in the field of early care, the use of personal assistants in the field of early care and the application of eye tracking technology for early assessment and intervention.
Module VII.1. Early intervention and application of intelligent resources: Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence
Module VII. 2. Early intervention and application of intelligent resources: Intelligent personal assistants
Module VII.3. Early intervention and application of smart resources: use of eye tracking technology and the eEarlyCare web application.
Module VIII. Early intervention programmes.
This Module includes guidelines for the development of early intervention programmes for ages 0-3 and 3-6 years.