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For this post, you will first discuss your ideas for how best to assist Jeremy and Sarah in the following scenario: Jeremy and Sarah, co-teachers of toddlers, struggle each day to get all the children ready to go outside. Most of the children need a lot of assistance to put on coats, snow pants, boots, hats, and mittens.

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ECE 343 Course Marvelous Learning - snaptutorial.com

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ECE 343 Course Marvelous Learning - snaptutorial.com

ECE 343 Week 1 DQ 2 Classroom Schedules and Transitions

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For this post, you will first discuss your ideas for how best to assist Jeremy and Sarah in the following scenario: Jeremy and Sarah, co-teachers of toddlers, struggle each day to get all the children ready to go outside. Most of the children need a lot of assistance to put on coats, snow pants, boots, hats, and mittens. In addition, some of the parents forget to bring the needed clothing. Jeremy or Sarah then has to dig through the program extras to find ones that will fit. While Jeremy and Sarah are helping the ten children get ready, the children that are already dressed are waiting, pushing, or wrestling with each other, and saying they are hot.

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ECE 343 Course Marvelous Learning - snaptutorial.com

ECE 343 Week 2 Assignment Health and Safety in the Classroom

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While early childhood professionals agree that health and safety are important, as the following scenario illustrates, there is often disagreement about what constitutes a hazard.

Becky, a teacher for many years, was the owner of the only preschool in the small town in which she lived. She often told parents that her number one concern was child safety. To prevent injury, she eliminated any potentially hazardous material from the preschool.

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ECE 343 Course Marvelous Learning - snaptutorial.com

ECE 343 Week 2 DQ 1 Room Arrangements

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When designing room arrangements, the developmental needs of children must be taken into account. In other words, the arrangement of an infant room would be different from that of a toddler room. Review the diagrams of the three room arrangements discussed in Chapter 5 (infant, toddler, preschool). In your discussion post:

• Compare and contrast the three room arrangements.

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ECE 343 Course Marvelous Learning - snaptutorial.com

ECE 343 Week 2 DQ 2 Design Considerations

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When you walk into a restaurant or a store, you often get a “feel” for the environment. It may feel warm, comfortable, and inviting or it may seem too loud, too bright, and overwhelming. The same is true of the learning environments we create for children. In Chapter 6, Bullard discusses such important design considerations as color, lighting, walls, and floors. For this discussion, watch the two videos, Color and The Floor as Furniture, featured here:BASICspaces: Designing Infant and Toddler Environments. In your post:

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ECE 343 Week 3 DQ 1 Developmentally Appropriate Centers

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Developmentally Appropriate Centers [CLOs: 1 & 3]. 1st Post Due by Day 3. Choose one of this week’s chapters to read in-depth, paying particular attention to the “Special Considerations for Infants and Toddlers.” Then, select one the following centers: Literacy, Manipulative/Sensory, Science, Dramatic Play, or Blocks/Building. In your post, describe the following:

1. How does this center support the growth and development of infants?

2. How does this center support the growth and development of toddlers?

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ECE 343 Week 3 DQ 2 Montessori Infant-Toddler Environments

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Montessori Infant-Toddler Environments [CLOs: 1 & 3]. 1st Post Due by Day 3. According to Dr. Maria Montessori (1967), the child’s environment “must be rich in motives which lend interest to activity and invite the child to conduct his own experiences” (p. 81). Learning environments must be carefully prepared to allow infants and toddlers to explore and direct their own learning as they become more and more independent. Watch the video, 01 Preparation for Life: Montessori Infant-Toddler Communities. Then, respond to the following:

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ECE 343 Week 4 DQ 1 Center-based Instruction

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Center-based Instruction [CLO: 1]. 1st Post Due by Day 3. Read one of the following chapters in depth according to your last name:

· If your last name begins with A-H, discuss Chapter 12: Developing Math Centers

· If your last name begins with I-P, discuss Chapter 13: Developing Art Centers

· If your last name begins with Q-Z, discuss Chapter 14: Developing Music Centers

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ECE 343 Course Marvelous Learning - snaptutorial.com

ECE 343 Week 4 DQ 2 Young Children and Technology

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Young Children and Technology [CLO: 1].1st Post Due by Day 3. In today’s technology-driven society where it is not uncommon to see a baby or toddler using an iPad, many early childhood experts agree that certain kinds of technology are not developmentally appropriate for children under the age of 3. For this discussion, begin by completing the Technology Sort Activity found in Week Four of your online course, where you will determine the appropriateness of different types of technology for different ages. Then, in your post:

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ECE 343 Course Marvelous Learning - snaptutorial.com

ECE 343 Week 5 DQ 1 Special Interest Center

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Special Interest Center [CLO: 1]. 1st Post Due by Day 3. Interest centers are a great way to involve children in learning. Using information from Chapter 16 of the course text, choose one of the following interest centers to discuss:

· Indoor fitness center

· Puppetry center

Provide the following information in this post:

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ECE 343 Week 5 DQ 2 Outdoor Environments

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Outdoor Environments [CLOs: 3 & 4]. 1stPost Due by Day 3. As discussed in Chapter 17 of your text, it is important that children are afforded opportunities to engage in meaningful outdoor playtime. “Research indicates that children who play outdoors demonstrate better visual motor integration, imagination, and verbal and social skills than children who play inside” (Yerkes, 1982, as quote by Bullard, 2014, pg. 360). For this reason, it is important that caregivers create quality outdoor spaces for those children in their care. For this post, you will first research grants available to assist with outdoor spaces through Education Outside’s website, Grants/Grant Writing.

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The Best way to predict the Future is to create it.....To Best way....

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