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N. Zitzmann

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Elenor Yost on Tuesday October 13, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to HUEC 2083 at Louisiana State University taught by N. Zitzmann in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 17 views. For similar materials see /class/222431/huec-2083-louisiana-state-university in Ecology at Louisiana State University.




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Date Created: 10/13/15
4 N W Dap is adapting activities to the indiv abilities of the child Smith s worried bc Rachel hitting other children Psychotherapist w behaviorist ettin she wants by hitting other children According to the text froebel s original kindergartens used play as an instructional medium Which of the following best describes the role of child choice in montessori programs children select their own activities but use materials according to teacher directions Behaviorist approaches are most successful at shaping behavior on specific activities Reggio Emilia corresponds best to which theoretical perspective Vygotskian With regards to the Dreikurs model the term mistaken behavior refers to the idea that children will not 39 if they know the Blocks have changing uses as children develop Behaviorist advocates a subject matter approach while constructivist advocates a thematic approach Play corresponds to constructivist models of learning bc children are mentally active can apply their own experiences and ideas and are autonomous As described in the text the best music areas incorporate dance and movement Symbolic play is most likely in preschool while rule based game play is most likely in middle childhood practice play rule based game play H U39I 9 N H 00 H RD N O N H N N N W Sociodramatic play is best defined as play in which ppl act out fantasy roles use object imaginatively and involves cooperative communication Beverly wants each child in her prek class to sign a get well card for school director asking children to visit card signing center during choice time and reminding children who do not spontaneously visiti the center Punishment encourages obedience to authority figures Research suggests that corporal punishment increases child aggression and decreases self control Janice quotkids learn when they are free to explore We should give them time in the sandbox to do their own thing bc we cant know what concepts they re working on as well as they do Monic says llbut they ll learn more and do more exciting things if we talk to them about what they re doing We should help them plan and problem solve Janice piaget Monica vygotsky Corporal punishment is best defined as any punishment involving physical contact Review of influential indiv in ECE suggest that in the past 100 yrs theorists and practitioners have increased the emphasis on indiv variation in the time and support required for development


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