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CCE 125: Program Planning Wednesday January 20, 2010. Monday & Wednesday 6:30-7:45 North Seattle Community College, IB 1409. CCE 125: Program Planning. Candice Hoyt, Faculty (206) 715-1878 (until 9 pm) Office hours by appointment [email protected] http://facweb.northseattle.edu/choyt

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cce 125 program planning wednesday january 20 2010

CCE 125: Program PlanningWednesday January 20, 2010

Monday & Wednesday 6:30-7:45

North Seattle Community College, IB 1409

cce 125 program planning
CCE 125: Program Planning
  • Candice Hoyt, Faculty
  • (206) 715-1878 (until 9 pm)
  • Office hours by [email protected]
  • http://facweb.northseattle.edu/choyt
  • Syllabus:
  • http://facweb.northseattle.edu/choyt/CCE125
  • Online—Angel:
  • http://northseattle.angellearning.com/
  • CCE 125 Program Planning (Hoyt - hybrid) W10
slide3
Wednesday

1/20

  • Environments
  • Environment Study (A 02)
  • NAEYC / Licensing
environment
Environment
  • Who controls our environment?
    • Licensing/accreditation
    • Directors
    • Money
    • Space
    • Teachers
    • Children
    • Materials
  • Parents
  • Government
  • Neighborhood
  • Fire department
    • Hanging along ceiling
environment1
Environment
  • Our goals for our environment?
    • Physical:
      • Safe
      • Plentiful
      • Beautiful
      • Nature
      • “Natural” (different from concrete)
      • Outside (garden, etc)
  • Emotional:
    • Safe, empowering, beautiful, “home”
  • Social:
    • Interact with peers
    • Interact with adults
    • Interact with quality tools
  • Educational
    • Stimulating
    • Materials
      • In natural state
      • Natural materials (wooden apples)
    • Activities
environment2
Environment
  • Preparation (before)
    • Room/space
    • Schedule
    • Materials
    • Parent communication
  • Cleaning (after)
  • Allowing parents/ their role in environment
    • Updating parents
  • Facilitation (teachers)
    • Educational
    • Being “present”
    • Responsive
    • Leadership
    • Scaffolding
what centers do you have in your classroom
What centers do you have in your classroom?
  • Kitchen
    • Pots & pans
    • Play food
    • Real food
    • Tupperware
    • Furniture (fridge, stove, etc)
    • Eating furniture (table, chairs, etc)
    • Baby bottles
    • Dishwashing liquid (empty)
  • Art
    • Paper
    • Crayons, paint
    • Blue masking tape
    • Box of collage stuff
    • Whiteboard
    • Playdough
  • Cozy area
    • Play house
    • Stuffed animals
    • Books
    • Pillows
    • Bring babies over to sit with
  • Fine motor
  • Climbing
  • Mirrors
  • Dance
  • Transportation
    • Trains
    • Wooden cars, airplanes, emergency vehicles
    • Blocks to make roads
    • People
    • Rug with roads & vinyl floor mat (taped)
  • Geography
  • Music
    • Instruments
  • Light science, light table
  • Math
  • Gross motor
  • Calendar
  • Writing center
    • List of kids’ names
    • Shallow boxes of sand to write name in
    • Chalk board
    • Letter magnets or chips or Scrabble pieces (adult can arrange if they ask how to spell something)
centers
Centers
  • Books
  • Drama
    • Dress-up clothes
    • Changes with month by theme / interest
    • Babies and other dolls
    • Brooms & mops
    • Jungle
  • Blocks - Building
    • Wooden blocks
    • Legos
    • Heavy cardboard blocks – look like bricks
    • Cereal boxes & egg cartons
    • Tubes – paper and plastic (pvc)
  • “Teacher-controlled” (boxes of…)
    • Because
      • make noise or
      • are thrown, or are
      • over-stimulating or
      • need monitoring—small pieces, etc)
    • Balls
    • Musical instruments
    • Bean bags
    • Playdough
  • Area of the room “project/exploration” changes
  • Sensory
    • Oatmeal
    • Rice & rice flour
    • Not always available
    • Always available
    • Water
    • Cornstarch & water
    • Bubbles & water
    • Cornmeal
    • Water & glitter
    • Sand
    • Flax seed
    • Buckets
    • Scoops
    • Pots & pans
    • Cups
    • Freedom to bring things in from other areas
    • Keep sensory stuff at sensory area
environment study a 02
Environment Study (A 02)
  • 20 points
  • Due 2/8/10
  • Compare 2 classrooms
    • Preferably similar age
  • Turn in:
    • Schedules (1 pt)
    • Traffic Maps (2 pts)
    • Observations (15 pts)(see Word document)
    • Reflection Paper (2 pts)
wrap up
Wrap Up

Monday 1/25

Wednesday 1/27

  • Due…
    • READ Enterprise.pdf (online)
    • EXTENDED TO 1/27—DQ 4: Outside Response to A 6.2 (“Professional Statement on Play”)
  • In Class…
    • NAEYC/Licensing
    • Enterprise Talk
  • Due…
    • DQ 4: Outside Response to A 6.2 (“Professional Statement on Play”) – extended from 1/25
  • In Class…
    • Bev Bos video
    • Rules

Friday 1/29

    • Due…
      • DQ 5: Enterprise Talk
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