psych of EC- Playful learning
psych of EC- Playful learning psyc3250
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Date Created: 04/10/16
learning through play 04/08/2016 ▯ Play is a four letter word Push on academic skills Play is discouraged Didactic learning stressed o Banking method ▯ How did we get here? Societal misconceptions o We are behind o Parents feel pressure o Sputnik** o Market saturated with electronic toys Children from low SES are less ready for school o No child left behind Literacy o Have little preschool experiences o Huge variability in quality ▯ Teaching content Children of low SES o Less School ready o Literacy Phonemic awareness Concepts of print o Mathematics One-one correspondence Number games o Social skills Listening to directions, paying attention, solving disputes ▯ Assessment Accountability and assessment are important Good assessment o Integrative and dynamic techniques o Can inform us on how well a child is doing o Provide information on where they need help ▯ Sacrificing good pedagogy for curricular goals Pedagogy o Your Philosophy of teaching False dichotomy between play and learning No child left behind o Curriculum pushed down 1 grade material taught in kindergarten etc. o reducing play periods o end of social-emotional assessments o increase in literacy and math assessments o pre-kindergartners left behind/redshirting ▯ beyond the classroom: pressure at home high stakes testing preschool tutoring/testing industry educational toy industry o electronic toys o electronic book less free play more overscheduling ▯ Turning back the tide Focus on play o Primates and most young mammals play See children as lifelong learners, not fact-memorizers Every students succeeds act (2015) ▯ ▯
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