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Kansas Early Learning Standards . True or False. The KSELS are designed to recognize the importance of the early years as learning years. . TRUE. The KELS are designed to recognize the importance of the early years as learning years. . True or False.

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true or false
True or False
  • The KSELS are designed to recognize the importance of the early years as learning years.
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TRUE
  • The KELS are designed to recognize the importance of the early years as learning years.
true or false4
True or False
  • The KSELS serve as a curriculum in an early childhood program or other setting.
false
FALSE
  • The KSELS DOES NOT serve as a curriculum in an early childhood program or other setting.
true or false6
True or False
  • The KSELS serve as a guide for appropriate curriculum development/selection.
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TRUE
  • The KSELS serve as a guide for appropriate curriculum development/selection.
true or false8
True or False
  • The KSELS serve as a guide for creating quality learning environments and opportunities.
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TRUE
  • The KSELS serve as a guide for creating quality learning environments and opportunities.
true or false10
True or False
  • The KSELS can be used to exclude children from a program, school or activity.
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FALSE
  • The KSELS canNOTbe used to exclude children from a program, school or activity.
true or false12
True or False
  • The KSELS serve as an assessment for children, families or programs.
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FALSE
  • The KSELS DO NOTserve as an assessment for children, families or programs.
  • While they provide important information to guide programs and see development they are not an assessment tool.
four developmental domains of the ksels
Four Developmental Domains of the KSELS
  • Physical
  • Social Emotional
  • Communication and Literacy
  • Cognitive
kansas early learning standards are
Kansas Early Learning Standards are:

“statements describing the expectations for skills and knowledge that young children ages birth to five, should know and be able to do as a result of participating in high quality early childhood programs.

developmental domains in our text
Developmental Domains in our Text
  • Aesthetic Domain
  • Affective Domain
  • Cognitive Domain
  • Physical Domain
developmental content areas in ksels
Developmental/Content Areas in KSELS
  • Physical Health and Development
  • Social Emotional Development
  • Communication and Literacy
  • Approaches to Learning
  • Science
  • Mathematical Knowledge
  • Social Studies
  • Fine Arts
growth
Growth
  • Refers to the increasing size and weight of the individual child and the physical and physiological changes taking place.
development
Development
  • Refers to the increasing complexity of various skills and attributes within the child, that is the more complex motor, language, mental, social and emotional responses.
maturation
Maturation
  • Refers to the general tempo at which various biological, behavioral and personality characteristics emerge.
principles of development
Principles of development
  • Development occurs in a orderly sequential manner
  • Development proceeds from head to toe (cephalocaudal)
  • Development occurs from midline to the extremities (proximodistal)
developmental principles cont
Developmental principles cont.
  • Development proceeds from broad generalized abilities to more specific skills
  • Rates of development vary within a child, at times rapid in one area and slower in others.
  • Development is influenced by temperament, the child’s inborn way of responding to people and experiences.
developmental principles cont23
Developmental Principles cont.
  • Children can often do things with adults before they can do them independently.
  • Children construct their knowledge of the physical world through exploration and experiences
  • Early development lays the foundation for later development.
motivation
Motivation
  • Refers to the child’s incentive or desire to learn a behavior.