The Project Approach. Curriculum Planning that Makes Sense Presenters: Kellie Cole, Gwen Simmons, Mary Wadeson SDAEYC/SDHSA 2006 Annual Conference Spearfish, South Dakota.
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Curriculum Planning that Makes Sense
Presenters: Kellie Cole, Gwen Simmons, Mary Wadeson
SDAEYC/SDHSA 2006 Annual Conference
Spearfish, South Dakota
Children directly participate by conducting experiments, writing, solving problems, performing, collecting and analyzing data.
Adapted from Developmentally Appropriate Practice in Early Childhood Programs, Revised Edition, NAEYC
Important and worthwhile
Builds on what children already know
Makes meaningful connections and provides opportunities for in-depth study
Promotes knowledge and understanding, process and skills
Supports children’s home culture and language
Goals are challenging but achievableConstructing Appropriate Curriculum
Lillian Katz 1989
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