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The Garden Institute The Garden Institute Growing Healthy Young Children” Growing Healthy Young Children” By: JoyceMcHenry, Brianna Kolinek, and Tadashi Harvey
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The Eight Intelligences Musical Bodily-Kinesthetic Logical-Mathematical Linguistic Spatial Interpersonal Intrapersonal Naturalist
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Intelligence Centers 8 different areas Oneteacher for each Children grouped and groups switch between Centers
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Assessment Educators’ observation of child’s development No standardized testing! Encouraging, interactive
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Unformatted text preview: environment • Performance of school based on children’s development of the 8 intelligences Brain Behavior Beliefs • Toddlers underestimated • Building empathy • “Environment of encouragement and respect” • Self-regulating emotions through secure, established adult-child relationships Guidance Practices • Encourage development of all 8 intelligences • Allow children to choose which center to re-visit at the end of the day • Discipline issues will be discussed, not overlooked...
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