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Chapter 11 Creating Developmentally Appropriate Classrooms. The Importance of Age and Developmental Status. Focus Questions. How can culture and schooling affect students’ development? Are there really stages to children’s development?

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chapter 11 creating developmentally appropriate classrooms

Chapter 11Creating Developmentally Appropriate Classrooms

The Importance of Age and Developmental Status

focus questions
Focus Questions
  • How can culture and schooling affect students’ development?
  • Are there really stages to children’s development?
  • How do teachers determine what is developmentally appropriate for students?
developmentally appropriate practice dap
Developmentally Appropriate Practice (DAP)
  • Providing learning environments, instructional content, and pedagogical practices that are responsive to needs and interests of a period of life.
    • What is known about childhood development and learning?
    • What is known about the strengths, interests, and needs of each individual child in the group?
    • Knowledge of the social and cultural contexts in which children live
economic aims for schooling
Economic Aims for Schooling
  • National Education Goals Panel
    • All American children will enter school “ready to learn”
    • Preschools not equitable for families in poverty
    • 1 in 5 children are living in poverty
  • Dangers
    • Major purpose of school is to prepare students for the workforce
    • Realization that college degrees are required for an increasing number of jobs
cognitive development theories
Cognitive Development Theories
  • Jean Piaget
    • Theory of Cognitive Development
  • Lev Vygotsky
    • Social Constructivist Theory
    • Cognitive Structures
    • Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD)
  • Maria Montessori
    • Teaching the “whole child”
middle school
Middle School
  • Most diverse and varied population
  • Middle childhood- age range from 7-12
    • Educators knowledgeable and committed to young adolescents
    • Balanced curriculum based on their needs
    • Range of organizational arrangements
    • Varied instructional strategies
    • Full exploratory program
    • Comprehensive advising and counseling
    • Continuous progress
    • Evaluation procedures compatible with age
    • Cooperative planning
    • Positive school climate
early childhood education
Early Childhood Education
  • Collaboration
  • Child study and mental hygiene
  • Kindergarten
  • Nursery Schools to Prekindergarten
  • Great Depression
  • Children’s Defense Fund
  • Developmentally appropriate
  • Working parents
  • Project Head Start
cognitive revolution
Cognitive Revolution
  • 1950-1960s- new respect for children’s intellectual resources
  • Piaget: “American question”
    • How much can we accelerate the pace of children’s cognitive learning in order to create smarter adults?
  • More concerned with process than content
  • Social knowledge
  • Howard Gardner- goal is understanding
school experiences
School Experiences
  • Nature vs. Nurture debate
  • Individual differences and development domains- motor, cognitive, language/communication, social/emotional
  • Milestones and delays
  • Child Study Movement- developmentally appropriate practices