EIEC 2210, Week 4
EIEC 2210, Week 4 EIEC 2210
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Date Created: 09/15/16
Week 4 Notes 9/15/16 Factors that increased the importance of early childhood education: 1. Preschool became highly diverse culturally, ethnically, economically, and linguistically 2. Greater percentage of young children are being cared for outside of the home and family 3. There is new research intellectually and socially 4. Elements of high quality education in preschool has been carefully designed Why’s of Early Childhood 1. Developmental and psychological education research a. Foundations done in school and life 2. Educational research of a high quality preschool a. Enhance and contribute early on 3. Neuroscience “wiring circuitry of the brain” correct from the earliest stage Ohio Met 4 Standards in 2015 (According to National Institute for Early Education Research) 1. Comprehension 2. Specializing in PreK 3. At least 1 support service a. Vision, hearing, health 4. Site visits Dual Language Learners children whose home language is not English and children are learning more than one language in their home and in the ECE setting. ● Aka DLL ● From birth 5 ● Fastest growing segment of the population nationwide ● Most DLL’s don’t get bilingual help Principals to SUpport DLL’s ● Capacity to learn 2 languages and benefit cognitively, linguistically, economically, and socially when receiving support for continued development in the home and the EnglishLanguage development (ELD) ● High quality ECE programs are the foundations for all young children ○ Must be enhanced with specific adaptations in order for young DLL’s to achieve equitable outcomes ● Strong, meaningful partnerships with families of DLL’s ● Respect for cultures and their differences
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