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WELCOME TO CE101 Introduction to Early Childhood Education Unit 4. Class will start at the top of the hour! Please turn the volume up on your computer speakers to access the audio feature of this seminar. Audio Check.
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Class will start at the top of the hour!
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This unit focuses on learning environments that encourage the students to become actively engaged in activities that are similar to their everyday experiences. These experiences encourage the students to be creative and to use their imagination. When students are involved in the learning process and they are able to express their interests, the outcome is a positive one. You also will learn classroom management strategies that will help develop a positive learning environment.
After completing this unit, you will be able to:
Describe a quality early childhood environment
Explain the importance of quality environments
When a child enters the classroom they should see an attractive space. Use your 5 senses to describe it.
Is the space warm and homelike? Share examples…
Are there learning centers?
Name a few…
List a few additional key ingredients for establishing a successful learning environment?
The teacher is one who made two ideas grow where only one grew before.
Thank you for joining me! It has been a pleasure share with you again this evening!
If you ever need anything… email me!
Follari, L. (2010). Foundations and best practices in early childhood education: History, theories, and approaches to learning. Boston: Pearson.
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