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Note for CUIN 3201 with Professor Wilson at UH 2


Note for CUIN 3201 with Professor Wilson at UH 2

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Suzie Ellaham Chapter 3 Questions CUIN 3201 1 What is developmentally appropriate practice a Developmentally appropriate practice is when the children are taught information based on their age experience abilities and interests 2 What does it mean to be an intentional teacher a Intentional teachers have a purpose for every action they make They can explain every decision they make and the purpose of it They plan carefully and make attentive decisions 3 How do teachers make decisions about what is developmentally appropriate for young children a Teachers must know how the child develops so they know at what level they should be in developing and learning Teachers must also consider the strengths and weaknesses of each particular child They must also know what is new in the social life dealing with technology and anything else that is popular in the time so the teachers can catch up with the children 4 What five tasks make up the role of the early childhood teacher a Creating a caring community of learners teaching to enhance learning and development planning curriculum to achieve important goals assessing learning and development building relationships with families 5 What does it mean to llwiden the lens when considering issues of practice Why is this a useful way of thinking a It means seeing things through different perspectives and thinking and acting different through each vision It is a useful way of thinking because without opening and widening your views each child might not get the proper learning experience that each one needs since everyone is different 6 What does research say about developmentally appropriate practice a Research says there have been many positive outcomes dealing with developmentally appropriate practice There is positive affect with the socialemotional development on both children and teachers and their relationships in the classroom With the effects on learning there has also been positive affect The researchers saw that the reason the children had increased academic behavior was due to the developmentally appropriate practice


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