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Psych of EC chapter 1

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Psych of EC chapter 1 psyc3250

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psychology of early childhood
Dr. Jung
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Date Created: 01/16/16
Psychology of early childhood 01/12/2016 ▯ Chapter 1: The scope of and need for Early childhood education ▯ ▯ Developmentally appropriate practice (DAP)  Developed collaboratively by NAEYC  Based on a commitment to act on behalf of children ▯ The growth of Early Childhood Education  Child in family life has led to an increase in the need for childcare outside of the home o Increased numbers of single parent households  Decreased income… need to work o Increased teen mothers o Increased mobility; demands of work cause people to move from hometown and away from extended family  Early intervention can help combat poverty and improve opportunities for at risk kids o Head start  Early intervention is of substantial economic benefit to a society  Based on current trends achievement gaps and income gaps with widen in the future o And the number of children in poverty with increase What’s included in early childhood education  Goals o 1- provide safe/ nurturing care in developmentally appropriate settings o 2- enrichment- allow for experiences they may not be receiving at home o 3- compensation- make up for a lack in child’s background  setting o family- care homes – tend to serve at most 6 infants or toddlers  tend to be lower quality than center-based o center- based  enrollment has greatly increased in last few years  age (birth- 8) o infant/toddler- faster growing o preschool= 2-3 yrs o K/primary- less than 8 o Before and after school- rec based ▯ Sources of support  For- profit (Majority)  Not for profit: all excess money is put back into program o Often church sponsored or YMCA  Employer supported child care  University/ college affiliated  Publically supported- gov o Head start o Universal Pre-k ▯ Defining Quality in Early Childhood programs  Small child-adult ratios o 3-1 : infants; 6-1: toddler; 8-1: 3 year olds; 10-1 4 year olds; (15-18)-1 5 and over  small group size  qualified/ trained staf  research- based, developmentally appropriate curriculum  positive and numerous child-adult interactions  staf consistency- linked to interaction  staf that receives appropriate pay and benefits  the physical environment of the program o child oriented; safe place to adventure  open to communication between school and family ▯ Future of Early Childhood Education  Increased employment opportunities  shifting Point of view could mean decreased funding for intervention programs  increased need to bilingual teachers  increase employer-sponsored programs  increased need for wrap- up services (after school care)  increase integration of special needs students into regular classes  ▯ ▯


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