Questionswhat is the educational implications of social development
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His self idea is made up of this understanding of his seen and held self qualities. The development of the child's self-concept is based on what others have said about him and what may be inferred from the experiences he has had. When compared to childhood, when a kid cares relatively little about society, adolescence is a time of greater social interaction and relationships. He stops being egotistical, selfish, and antisocial. The child's relationship with his parents and other members of his family also undergoes a substantial change during adolescence in terms of its social aspect. Independence has become something that people want. He demands that his parents and other family members older than him understand who he is.