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ECE 2022 Midterm Study Guide

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ECE 2022 Midterm Study Guide Ece 2022

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Covers everything and I mean everything, you will need to know. importance of physical activity Intentional teachers Cooperative pay Onlooker behavior Solitary Independent Play Parallel Play...
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Dr. Harte
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ECE2022, Play, child development, guidance, Education, Elementary
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Laqueen Gordon on Wednesday October 12, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to Ece 2022 at University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College taught by Dr. Harte in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 6 views. For similar materials see Child guidance in play in Early Childhoood education at University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College.

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Date Created: 10/12/16
ECE2022 Study Guide Midterm Know the importance of physical activity... • helps students stay motivated • reduces obesity • relieves stress Intentional teachers- integrte learning domains, provide meaningful learning experiences, and balance child guided experiences and adult guided experiences. Cooperative pay- children actually engaging with one another. Taking turns. Acting and communicating. *its the most complex and has the highest social demands for children. Onlooker behavior- When a child is just watching other kids play. Solitary Independent Play- playing alone Parallel Play- When students are playing across from each other but are not engage with one another. Advantages of Play- it equips children with skills they will need later in life, it become more complex as the brain becomes more developed, it help children construct their understanding of the world, helps build social skills, enhance language development, and it also helps the brain develope. Features of Play- Instrinsic motivation, Nonliteral behavior, and Active engagement Power for- caregiving role Power on- disciplinary role Power with- sharing role, when adults follow the childs lead Assimilation- when new ideas are integrated into prior knowledge Accomidation- when an addition is added Physical Knowledge- when a child can make generalization of physical properties such as height, shape, and texture. Erikson Stages of Development 1. Trust vs Mistrust 2. Autonomy vs Shame/ Doubt 3. Initiative vs Guilt 4. Industry vs Inferiority Piagets Stages of Development 1. Sesorimotor 2. Preoperaional 3. Concrete operational 4. Formal operational Role of teachers know all of them • mediator- help play continue, help children communicate by asking questions, and help children build their own play scripts • Stage manger- setting up • player- helps sustain play and respond to childrens ideas Extra things you may want to brush up on Know whats a running record, know what the zone of aproximal developemnt, know the diiferent tpyes of functions of play, problem based learning


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