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ECE 1B The great Quarterly Divide. Education Group in class Sit in the first 2 rows. Support Group in Center S ign up for your age group and then sit on the back 2 rows. INTRODUCTION. Example: S hannon S tevens Smart & Sassy!.

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Ece 1b the great quarterly divide

ECE 1B The great Quarterly Divide

Education Group in class

Sit in the first 2 rows.

Support Group in Center

Sign up for your age group and then sit on the back 2 rows


Introduction

INTRODUCTION

Example:

Shannon Stevens

Smart & Sassy!

  • Think about one thing you REALLY want to get out of this class.

  • Get with a partner, find out their name and by using their first initials, come up with 2 words describing them.


Ece 1b class business

ECE 1B Class Business

  • Daily Sign in and Sign out

  • Disclosure statement. –Due next time!

    • Read Read it over , get it

      signed, and bring it back.

  • $5.00 fee paid into the Child Care Center acct.

  • Give the Licensing Review packet.

  • ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

  • Planning and Teaching of four lessons.

    • Cubs (0-2 years) Bears (3-5 years)


Support group to daycare

Support Group to Daycare!

  • Education group- come get some bubbles 


Bubble evaluation

Bubble Evaluation

  • How will kids learn through these?

    • Fake Bubble

    • Information Sheet

    • Bubble Wordstrip

    • Bubble Blow Activity

    • Pictures

    • Bubble container

    • What are we talking about today?


Early childhood education 1b

Early Childhood Education 1B

Welcome Education Group!


Your turn

Your Turn

  • Sign in for today.

    • On the back bulletin board.

  • Sign up for the 4 teaching experiences.

    • On the front white board.

  • Supplies on the counter

    • Get an ECE 1B workbook

    • Take your vouchers

    • Grab a piece of gum


Ece 1b the great quarterly divide

This week this class Might seem scary and you might not quite understand what is going on, but grab an exit buddy and work together - you might even have some fun.


Ece 1b workbook tour

ECE 1B Workbook Tour

  • Back of the title page

    • Education Class responsibilities.

    • Record your assigned teaching # and dates.

    • I will make a copy of the sign up sheet for you.

  • Class calendar on the web, on the back wall, on the board, daily on each power point.


S o how do children learn best

So How do children learn Best?

Bubble Play


Workbook pages

Workbook Pages

  • Standard IV obj 1 Section A

    Page 14


D a p stands for

DAP stands for

Developmentally Appropriate Practices

tell us


Child directed child inititated and teacher supported

CHILD DIRECTED, CHILD INITITATED, and TEACHER SUPPORTED

  • Child decides what to do, the idea, and the material to use.

  • Adult follows the child's lead.

    • Adults help, talk, and interfere too much.

      • Silent

      • Observe

      • Understand

      • Listen


Age and individual appropriateness

Age and individual appropriateness

  • Infants have different interests and skills than the toddlers, and preschoolers

  • Each child progresses at their own rate.

    • This explains why two 3 year old children where one is toilet trained and the other is not.

  • Activities are based on the child’s individual needs and abilities.


Ece 1b the great quarterly divide

(tell me)


Hands on and concrete learning

Hands on and CONCRETE Learning

  • Concrete experiences.

    • Touch, feel, manipulate, use, apply senses

  • Learning by experience

    • Child must be actively involved to learn.

      • It is not the activity but the child's response to it that counts.

      • Make it fun. If your not having fun, you're doing something wrong & learning isn't happening.

  • Let the children do most of the talking, touching, and moving.

    • Never drill

    • Teacher talking makes for less child learning


6 areas of development p e s c l m

6 Areas of Development (PESCLM)

  • Activities focus, teach, enhance, develop, and include:

    Physical, Emotional,

    Social, Cognitive,

    Language, and Moral


Real and relevant

REAL and RELEVANT

  • Learning real concepts that relate to the child’s own world, life, or experiences.

    • Worm day

    • Bubble day

    • Apple Day


Challenging but encourages learning and discovery

Challenging but Encourages Learning and Discovery


Child s choice and child s time

Child’s Choice and Child’s Time

  • Childrenchoose the materials they want to work with.

  • If the tasks appear to be hard or of no interest, create a new variation that fits the child’s needs.

    • DO NOT JUMP IN AND DO IT FOR THEM.

  • Short attention spans: 5 to 10 minutes on one thing.

    • The child might change activities often so keep activities moving and have choices.

  • Flexible to be able to work and finish activities.

    • If a child is not done with a project, let him finish while the others free play or begin another activity.

    • If children do not complete an activity encourage them to finish, but do not force them to finish.


Multi cultural and non sexist

Multi-Cultural and Non-Sexist

  • Multi-cultural and Non-sexist

    • activities, materials, and equipment.


What it most important in a dap curriculum

WHAT IT Most Important In a DAP Curriculum?


Process vs p roduct

Process vs. Product

  • The process is important NOT the product

    • What was learned and developed?

    • Were the learning goals (concepts and objectives) achieved? If so, the lesson was a success regardless of the outcome of the child’s product.


Ece 1b the great quarterly divide

Unit 1 – blue page-doing #1-6,13

RC I-3 Weekly Lesson Plans (pg 11-12) (Do together?)

RC I-2 Sample Menu (pg 13)- See Samples


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