Unit 2 Early Childhood Theorists. Debbie Le, MAED/ECH CE210-02AU Professionalism and Ethical Conduct in Child Care. Welcome. Thank you for coming to KU seminar. I am glad you are here! Please take a few minutes to chat with your classmates. We’ll begin our seminar promptly at 8:00.
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Debbie Le, MAED/ECH
Professionalism and Ethical Conduct in Child Care
Thank you for coming to KU seminar. I am glad you are here!
Please take a few minutes to chat with your classmates.
We’ll begin our seminar promptly at 8:00
What is it?
A: a curriculum
B: ways of teaching that are age appropriate
C: a program
D: a Mission Statement
Would it be "appropriate to ask a group of 2-year-olds in a
High/Scope classroom to spend a long time reflecting on
what they learned from playing in the sand?
Would it be appropriate to let the children choose
between sand and block play and to talk with them about
what they are doing?
What is your philosophies for early childhood care?
How would you explain the theories of Dr. Maria Montessori?
Sensorimotor (Birth to 18 months /2 years)
Piaget’s first stage of cognitive development, which involves the use of senses and motor skill to construct knowledge.
Piaget’s stage of Cognitive Development
Preoperational (2 to 7 years)
Piaget’s second stage of cognitive development, which involves predominantly language development with more capability to internalize symbolic representation and less dependence on sensorimotor skill.
Concrete Operations (7 to 12 years)
Piaget’s third stage of cognitive development, which involves the operation that can be executed physically or mentally, and the entire process can be reversed.
Formal Operations(12 to 15 years)
Piaget’s final stage of cognitive development, which involves less concrete learning and more abstract learning in complex and hypothetical situation.
Activities that children can accomplish with proper help
Optimal learning happens in this zone
Activities that children can accomplish independently.
Can you list some different curriculum models?
Thank you for coming to the seminar.
If you have any questions please e-mail or AIM me.
See you in Discussion Board.