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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/


Course basics
Course Basics

CCE 160 Connecting to Children

D4 –Initiative, Cooperation & Perseverance


Basics textbook class sessions
Basics: Textbook & Class Sessions

  • Textbook – none

  • Class session:

    • Meet every Wednesday night

    • Usually from 8:30-9:00 (1/2 hour)

    • Some nights will go as late as 9:50 depending on what is needed for this or other classes


Basics syllabus schedule
Basics: Syllabus & Schedule

  • Syllabus:

    • Paper syllabus

    • Online in Angel class Lessons page

      • Each assignment has its own pdf – can be changed

      • Online version takes precedence over printed version

    • Basic Requirements

  • Schedule:

    • Paper calendar

    • Online calendar

      • Schedule is separate pdf – can be changed

      • Online version takes precedence over printed version


Basics assignments
Basics: Assignments

  • Online:

    • A1 – A6 have PDF instructions and Word document “forms”

    • Online version takes precedence over printed version

    • ALL assignments submitted to Drop Boxes

      • Attachment: Word, PowerPoint, photos, etc.

    • A1-A8 also posted to discussion forums

      • As text, no attachments except Project/Expression

    • Marked “submitted” as of time posted correctly

  • Bring data to class on due date:

    • Printed, hand-written, or on personal laptop

    • Not Angel through class computer


Basics references
Basics: References

Proper referencing to avoid plagiarism:

  • Necessary info, no specific format (APA best):

    • On “Reference” page at end = 0.5 pts

      • Author.

      • Date.

      • Title (webpage/article/book/music/video).

      • Source:

        • Webpage: full http address and date retrieved.

        • Journal/magazine: journal title, volume, issue number & pages.

        • Book or music: publisher.

    • In text = 0.5 pts

      • In parentheses or as footnote

      • Info: author, date; & page number(s) if direct quote



Schedule calendar info
Schedule: Calendar info

  • Schedule:

    • Paper calendar

    • Online calendar

      • Lessons tab Course Requirements folder (PDF)

      • Online PDF version supersedes printed or Angel calendar dates

      • Online PDF version will indicate date of last revision

      • Revisions will be announced on Course home page Announcements section


Schedule due dates
Schedule: Due dates

4/7 First day of class

4/14 A 1. Concept of Initiative

4/21 A 2. Initiative Study

4/28 A 3. Concept of Cooperation

5/5 A 4. Cooperation Study

5/12 A 5. Concept of Perseverance

5/19 A 6. Perseverance Study

5/26 NO CLASS but A7 Project draft discussion online

6/2 A 7. Project

6/9 A 8. Expression

6/16 NO CLASS – FINALS ONLINE A 9. Final Reflection (& participation scores)


Schedule time place
Schedule: Time & Place

Best done with 3+ year old and in groups (more than 2). Two year olds and pairs are probably okay for most.

  • [A1] Two separate children (not together), class/home: 15 minutes x 2

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

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

  • [A4a] Two or more children, class/home, Free Choice, 2 hours 1 day (maybe less, depending on data gathered)

  • [A4b] Pair/group (same as last week), home/class, Free Choice, 2 hours 1 day (or less; continuing A 4, week 2)

  • [A5] 1 specific child (most active), home/class, 20 min, Free Choice

  • [A6] 1 child, home/class, 15-20 min (your activity)

  • [A7] Specific child, as often as necessary; choose home/class and time of day that makes sense for this child.

  • [A8] & [A9] No children required


Schedule time required with kids
Schedule: Time required with kids

Best done with 3+ year old and in groups (more than 2).

Two year olds and pairs are probably okay for most.

4/7 First day of class

  • [A1] Two separate children (not together), class/home: 15 minutes x 2

    4/14 A 1. Concept of Initiative

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

    4/21 A 2. Initiative Study

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


Schedule time required with kids1
Schedule: Time required with kids

4/28 A 3. Concept of Cooperation

  • [A4a] Two or more children, class/home, Free Choice, 2 hours 1 day (maybe less, depending on data gathered)

    5/5 A 4. Cooperation Study

  • [A4b] Pair/group (same as last week), home/class, Free Choice, 2 hours 1 day (or less; continuing A 4, week 2)

  • [A5] 1 specific child (most active), home/class, 20 min, Free Choice


Schedule time required with kids2
Schedule: Time required with kids

5/12 A 5. Concept of Perseverance

  • [A6] 1 child, home/class, 15-20 min (your activity)

    5/19 A 6. Perseverance Study

  • [A7] Specific child, as often as necessary; choose home/class and time of day that makes sense for this child.

    5/26 NO CLASS

  • [A7] Specific child, continue project work.

    6/2 A 7. Project (of Understanding)

  • [A8] & [A9] No children required

    6/9 A 8. Expression (of Understanding)

    6/16 A 9. Final Reflection

    A10. Participation



Grade summary cce 160 d4 initiative cooperation and perseverance
Grade SummaryCCE 160-D4 – Initiative, Cooperation and Perseverance

10* A 1. Concept of Initiative

10* A 2. Initiative Study

10* A 3. Concept of Cooperation

10* A 4. Cooperation Study

10* A 5. Concept of Perseverance

10* A 6. Perseverance Study

10 A 7. Project (of Understanding)

10 A 8. Expression (of Understanding)

10 A 9. Final Reflection

10* A10. Attendance & Participation

100 pts TOTAL + 5 pts extra credit

* EC1. A 1-6 only: up to 3 pts extra credit for responses to others’ posts (0.1 point per post, if posted by following Tuesday).

* EC2. Perfect attendance: 2 pts extra credit


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]


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]


A 3 concept of cooperation 10 pts
A 3. Concept of Cooperation = 10 pts

  • Assignment

    • In classroom or elsewhere with children

    • Record their actions

    • All days @ all times = goal (as many examples as possible)

    • Complete Word list with exact descriptions of occurrences

    • Bring list to class


A 3 concept of cooperation 10 pts1
A 3. Concept of Cooperation = 10 pts

  • Time Requirements:

    • Data collection

      • OK if not in classroom (family, etc)

      • Children in pair or group,

      • full week (at least 2 hours?)

  • Submission Requirements

    • Post Word list to “A 3” Drop Box

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

    • Post list to “A 3” Discussion (paste not Word)


A 4 cooperation study 10 pts
A 4. Cooperation Study = 10 pts

  • Assignment

    • With same 2+ children, record their cooperation for 2 weeks

    • Significant period of time would be best, Free Choice time best

    • Witness cooperative acts (as we have defined them)

    • Record per child per day:

      • Check-mark for each “Instance” of cooperation; multiple for same child

      • Mark length of an instance: 4+ or 10+ minutes; 1 per child per day

    • Complete A4a Word table

    • Bring A4a data to class (1st week)

    • Continue during 2nd Week

    • Complete A4b Word table

    • Bring A4b data to class (2nd week)


A 4 cooperation study 10 pts1
A 4. Cooperation Study = 10 pts

  • Time Requirements:

    • Pair/group of children, as much time as possible

    • With one or more children (probably age 3+)

    • Record actions of children (count and duration)

    • Record data for week 1, will continue through 2nd week

  • Submission Requirements

    • Bring data to class

    • Post table in Word to Drop Box A 4a (week 1); A 4b (week 2)

    • Post data to “A 4” Discussion (paste not Word) : A 4a & A 4b as above

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


A 5 concept of perseverance 10 pts
A 5 Concept of Perseverance = 10 pts

  • Assignment

    • Specific: Most active child (probably age 3+)

    • 20 minutes during Free Choice time (home or classroom)

    • Timing lengths of engagement in particular activity

    • Report data & answer reflection questions

    • Complete Word document with list and questions

    • Answer Word questions a, b

    • Bring data to class


A 5 concept of perseverance 10 pts1
A 5 Concept of Perseverance = 10 pts

  • Time Requirements:

    • Home/class, 20 min, during Free Choice

    • Specific: Most active child (probably age 3+)

    • Timing lengths of engagement in particular activity

    • Report data & answer reflection questions

  • Submission Requirements

    • Bring data to class

    • Post Word document to “A 5” Drop Box

    • Post data to “A 5” Discussion (paste not Word)

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


A 6 rich vocabulary 10 pts
A 6. Rich Vocabulary = 10 pts

  • Assignment

    • In classroom or home

    • One child (probably age 3+)

    • Prepare activity too hard for child to do easily

    • Sit by child while child tries to complete without help

    • Can say, “I’m watching you.”

    • Answer questions in Word document

    • Bring question responses to class


A 6 perseverance study 10 pts
A 6. Perseverance Study = 10 pts

  • Time Requirements:Individual child, long enough for activity you design (15-20 mins?)

    • In classroom or home

    • One child (probably age 3+)

    • Prepare activity

    • Sit by child while child tries to complete without help

    • Answer questions in Word document

    • Bring question responses to class

  • Submission Requirements

    • Post Word document to “A 6” Drop Box

    • Post question responses to “A 6” Discussion (post not Word)

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


A 7 project 10 pts
A 7. Project = 10 pts

  • Assignment

    • Choose a child and document the child’s progress in initiative, cooperation and/or perseverance.

    • Create something to convey this to the child and caregivers

    • Share it with the child and caregivers – REQUIRED

    • Share it with us: Bring project to class on assigned due date


A 7 project 10 pts1
A 7. Project = 10 pts

  • Time Requirements:

    • Time spent with specific child

    • Time length and location variable

    • Create Learning Story

    • Share Learning Story with family

    • Bring project to class on assigned due date

  • Submission Requirements

    • Bring project to class on assigned due date

    • Post project, photo or description to “A 7” Drop Box

    • Post project, photo or description to “A 7” Discussion (attachment okay, but please briefly describe in text)

    • Not eligible for extra credit replies


A 8 expression 10 pts
A 8. Expression = 10 pts

  • Assignment

    • Communicate this topic’s deep significance to you.

      • In this class you experienced…

        • Defining initiative and identifying examples

        • Defining cooperation and identifying examples

        • Defining perseverance and identifying examples

        • Working with a particular child to grow one or more of these skills

    • Bring Expression product to class on due date


A 8 expression 10 pts1
A 8. Expression = 10 pts

  • Time Requirements:

    • Not required to be with children

    • Create something personal (to share)

    • Any expressive medium

  • Submission Requirements

    • Bring Expression product to class on due date

    • Post product, photo or description to “A 8” Drop Box

    • Post product, photo or description to “A 8” Discussion (attachment okay, but please briefly describe in text)

    • Not eligible for extra credit replies


A 9 reflection paper 10 pts
A 9. Reflection Paper = 10 pts

In A9 Word document, discuss the following.

  • In at least 3 sentences each (3 pts each):

    • Write about 2 specific assignments and why each is significant to you. Did it most influence you? Did you not like it? Did you like it best? … like it least?

  • In at least 3 sentences each (1 pt each):

    • What is the most important thing you learned in this course?

    • How has this class affected you personally?

    • What would you say to others who are teaching young children right now, but who have yet to take a class such as this?

  • What would make this class better?

  • Editing/presentation (1 pt): Score for clear writing (not perfect, but full sentences, not too many typos)


R10 attendance participation 10 pts
R10: Attendance & Participation = 10 pts

  • Rate your own participation (8 pts total):

    • Coming prepared as assigned 0 1 2

    • Participate actively in class 0 1 2

    • Drawing out & supporting others 0 1 2

    • Taking risks and sharing oneself 0 1 2

  • Attendance (2 pts)

    • 0 days missed = 2 pts + 2 pts extra credit

    • 1 day missed = 2 pts

    • 2 days missed = 1 pt

    • 3 + days missed = 0 pts


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