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Responses of young children to integration of senses from their world around them

Responses of young children to integration of senses from their world around them!

Nancy Kaczrowski, MS-ECE

[email protected]

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Workshop objectives

Workshop Objectives

  • to know how a young child's brain is filled with interwoven feelings, actions

  • to connect thoughts and how this impacts social/emotional development

  • to understand the wiring that is continually happening in a child's brain

  • to develop practical and enjoyable techniques

  • to describe how young children react to sensations and how they integrate responses

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Responses of young children to integration of senses from their world around them

What we notice~~types of minds:1) keen observer2) things that appeal3) remarkable concentration4) ways out

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Executive function

Executive Function

  • Prefrontal cortex of brain

  • Intellectual skills and social/emotional capabilities

  • Driven by goals

  • Used for managing

  • Pulls together feelings and thinking

  • Allows us to reflect, analyze, plan, evaluate

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Marshmallow test

Marshmallow Test

  • Classic study

  • Uncover importance of self control

  • Choice one marshmallow now or two later

  • Wait and focus and self control

  • Initial response to larger goals and greater success

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Towel folding

Towel folding

Reflect backwards

Scaffold forwards

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To know how a young child s brain is filled with interwoven feelings actions

….to know how a young child's brain is filled with interwoven feelings, actions

  • Guiding questions:

    • Culture

    • Individual needs

    • 5 W & H

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To connect thoughts and how this impacts social emotional development

….to connect thoughts and how this impacts social/emotional development

  • Authoritarian

    • Jaw breaker

  • Permissive

    • Gumdrops

  • Authoritative

    • Licorice

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To understand the wiring that is continually happening in a child s brain

….to understand the wiring that is continually happening in a child's brain

C: call attention to the behavior

A: ask how the child feeling and doing

R: recognize consequences of actions

E: express feeling for behavior

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To develop practical and enjoyable techniques

….to develop practical and enjoyable techniques

  • Packaging the learning

    • Motivate

    • Transfer

    • Style

    • Comfort

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To describe how young children react to sensations and how they integrate responses

….to describe how young children react to sensations and how they integrate responses

  • Active learning is:

  • Discovery

  • Delight

  • Determination

  • Discipline

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Choices

Choices!

As we gain self awareness we employ behaviors and attitudes and believe in self that we adopt to master lessons and skills becoming successful lifelong learners being capable and loveable and competent.

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You rock

You Rock!!

  • Fun Zone:

  • Stay in moment: comfort and focus

  • Explore: something never done before, use 5 senses

  • Be creative, something new

  • Ask questions: learn from experts

  • Soup: hug from inside out!

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Research findings

Research Findings

  • NAEYC: July 2011 Vol. 66 No. 4

  • PLAY: Stuart Brown MD

  • Cards on the Table: Agatha Christie

  • The Out of Sync Child: Carol S Kranowitz

  • Last Child in the Woods: Richard Louv

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Young children and literacy

Young Children and Literacy

Did you know that children begin their path to

reading as babies when they hear and respond to

the sound of a human voice?

Listening, talking, reading, and writing are all

parts of early literacy

learning—and

they’re all connected.

Young children learn about literacy through

everyday things at home.

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Ways to encourage literacy at home

Ways to encourage literacy at home

  • 1. Talk and listen

  • 2. Read aloud together

  • 3. Explore the sounds of language

  • 4. Offer alphabet activities

  • 5. Support budding readers and writers as they test their new skills

  • 6. Offer books throughout your home and even outdoors

  • 7. Support budding writers with lots of materials

  • 8. Explain how books and print work

  • 9. Build a home book collection

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