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CCE 160—D4 Initiative, Cooperation & Perseverance. Monday, 9:00 pm – 9:30 pm IB 1409, North Seattle Community College Candice Hoyt, Instructor http://northseattle.angellearning.com/. Wednesday 4/14. Assignment A1, due 4/14 Assignment A2, due 4/21 Wrap Up. Course Overview.

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Cce 160 d4 initiative cooperation perseverance

CCE 160—D4Initiative, Cooperation & Perseverance

Monday, 9:00 pm – 9:30 pm

IB 1409, North Seattle Community College

Candice Hoyt, Instructor

http://northseattle.angellearning.com/


Wednesday 4 14

Wednesday 4/14

  • Assignment A1, due 4/14

  • Assignment A2, due 4/21

  • Wrap Up


Course overview

Course Overview

http://facweb.northseattle.edu/choyt/CCE160-D4/PPT/CCE%20160-D4_overview.pptx


Assignment a1

Assignment A1

Concept of Initiative


A 1 concept of initiative 10 pts

A 1. Concept of Initiative = 10 pts

  • Assignment

    • A1 Instructions (PDF) and A1 Form (Word)

    • Watch for all acts of “do” initiative

    • 15 minutes with each of 2 children

    • Record each occurrence (description)

      • e.g., Mark gets an apron and walks to the easel.

    • Answer Word questions a, b, c

    • Bring data to class


A 1 concept of initiative 10 pts1

A 1. Concept of Initiative = 10 pts

  • Time Requirements:

    • Data collection

      • Two separate children (not together),

      • Class/home

      • 15 minutes x 2

      • Can be same or different day

      • Preferably during children’s Free Choice

    • Gather, analyze, summarize

    • Reflection questions

  • Submission Requirements

    • Bring data to class

    • Post Word table to “A 1” Drop Box

    • Post data to “A 1” Discussion (paste not Word)

    • Respond to others’ posts for extra credit[0.1 point per reply by next Tuesday night]


What were you able to see this boy girl do

What were you able to see this boy & girl do?


What did you notice about initiative

What did you notice about initiative?


Assignment a2

Assignment A2

Initiative Study


A 2 initiative study 10 pts

A 2. Initiative Study = 10 pts

  • Assignment

    • In classroom, record children’s initiative actions

    • Continue all week

    • Time to count “some” (5+?) per time of day (OK if not same day)

    • Record all moments (descriptions)

    • Sort into categories

    • Create Word document with categorized list

    • Bring list to class


A 2 initiative study 10 pts1

A 2. Initiative Study = 10 pts

  • Time Requirements:

    • Data collection

      • In classroom or other structured environment,

      • each time of day,

      • 20 mins each (5 items),

      • ok not same day

    • Sort examples into categories

  • Submission Requirements

    • Bring list to class

    • Post categorized description list in Word to “A 2” Drop Box

    • Post list to “A 2” Discussion (paste not Word)

    • Respond to others’ posts for extra credit[0.1 point per reply by next Tuesday night]


Wrap up

Wrap-Up


Upcoming due dates

Upcoming Due Dates

4/14A 1. Concept of Initiative

  • [A2] In class, each time of day, 20 mins each (5 items), ok not same day

    4/21A 2. Initiative Study

  • [A3] Two or more children, class/home, Free Choice, 2 hours 1 day

    4/28 A 3. Concept of Cooperation


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