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    Q.1. According to Developmentally Appropriate Practice, how is the sense of identity and belonging to be nurtured from infancy through age eight? A.1. According to the Development Appropriate practice the sense of identity and belonging need to be nurtured through building positive relationships (with caregivers, teacher, peers, family, nurse, and administrators), appreciation of children’s culture and language, their likes, dislikes and living styles. Daily schedule should be predictable, innovative

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    Research Question: Introduction The question regarding what is considered developmentally appropriate practice for preschoolers (i.e., three to five-year-olds) has been widely debated in recent years. The various practices include approaches such as teacher-directed learning activities and child-directed activities. This paper will focus on specifically these two approaches and the aspects they introduce regarding early childhood development. Most approaches agree on many educational goals such

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    Developmentally appropriate practice provides a framework of promoting quality in early childhood education programs. It Developmentally appropriate practice are used to help create a program that is acceptable for the age and development of young groups of children with also considering the individual need of each child. When programs use developmentally appropriate practice they should help develop the domains of development. These domains are all connected, a child’s development in one domain

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    Learning Theories for an Effective Classroom

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    correctly, they get positive results. The following explores how learning theories that naturally promote classroom management both explicitly and implicitly and most importantly offer students a chance to learn in a safe environment that is developmentally appropriate and environmentally stimulating for the young learner ages three to six. In this essay I will explore three learning theories that would be used to guide the development of mathematical concepts in children ages three to six years old.

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    • Describe what you observed that was developmentally appropriate. You can use the DAP handout posted on D2L or the DAP book and reference the developmentally appropriate activities using APA style, for example: (Copple & Bredekamp, 2009). One thing that I noticed in the classroom that was developmentally appropriate is that the classroom teachers during free play made sure the activities were child initiated (Calderon DAP handout)

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    early childhood classrooms is the first and crucial step in producing a new and useful tool for students to use to enhance their learning. Many researchers do not recommend introducing computers to children young than three because they are not developmentally ready ((Haugland, 2000). It is useful to start off introducing a computer to young children in a group setting because it is general information all children need to know. The teacher may begi... ... middle of paper ... ...about the different

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    Curriculum is according to Bredekamp (2014, p. 311), “a written plan that describes the goals for children’s learning and development, and the learning experiences, materials, and teaching strategies that are used to help children achieve those goals”. These goals can include the dispositions, knowledge, and skills that the teacher wants the students to achieve (Bredekamp, 2014, p. 311). There are numerous ways for teachers to implement the curriculum. Two of many approaches of implementing the

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    The Reggio Emilia Approach to Education

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    Reggio Emilia approach to education is a teaching philosophy based on Developmentally Appropriate Approach to teaching and learning. It is an approached founded on theories of child development, an observation and assessment of the child’s interest and curiosity about the world around him and his cultural background. A Developmentally Appropriate Practice ensures the wholesome growth of the child and nurtures his socio-emotional, physical and cognitive development. The Reggio approach to education

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    utilize technology. Teachers need to find a better way to integrate useful technology and teaching (Christen, 2010). The purpose of Missing the Boat with Technology Usage in Early Childhood Settings is how to incorporate technology in a developmentally appropriate way so preschool students can learn the fundemental literacy skills needed to succeed. Teachers need to understan...

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    a disclaimer to all current and future educators of young children of what is expected from them as a professional educator and as an influential individual as well as responsibilities, ideals, and principles that they are agreeing to live by and practice while being an employed in the childhood education profession. It is important to have this information early on in this profession as well as all professions so that you are prepared and aware of what you are getting into for the long

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