In your Infants and Children: Prenatal Through Middle Childhood text read the following: Chapter 12, "Cognitive Development in Middle Childhood." Chapter 13, "Emotional and Social Development in Middle Childhood," pages 472–491. Question#1- Cognitive Development and Learning Consider some of the ways in which atypical cognitive development can affect a child's learning and education during the middle childhood years. To prepare for this discussion, review Chapter 12 in the textbook and select one of the topics below: ADHD. Learning disabilities. Gifted children. (350-word response ) Question#2- Addressing Bullying Peer relations are increasingly important in the context of development during middle childhood. Bullying is a serious issue for individuals, schools, and communities. For this discussion, review the section on peer relations in Chapter 13 of the textbook and the What is Bullying and Prevent Bullying sections of the stopbullying.gov Web site, linked in the Studies. For this discussion post, address the following issues: Discuss the different roles children play in bullying. Describe how peer acceptance is related to bullying behavior in schools. Discuss at least two proactive strategies that families, schools, or communities can adopt that address the bullying problem.