Quiz Submissions - \[06\] Lessons 6 & 7 Exam 2.5 / 2.5 points What is the purpose of science? Question options:a) To explain where we come fromb) To be able to explain the basic ideas of the properties of objectsc) To realize we need to study more about the different systemsd) To study the physical and natural world, especially by observing and experimenting Question 22.5 / 2.5 pointsWhen a child learns to say, "I want a cookie" instead of "Me want," they are developing more complex:
Question 32.5 / 2.5 pointsLuka has a large plant in the classroom. Every week, the children notice and record changes of that plant. This is an example of which type of science? What is one major factor affecting language development? Question options: cioeconomic status ace ender
Which of the following is an example of visual literacy? Question options: What would you like to color?" like your picture, Jeremy." What is your favorite color?" What materials did you use to make this fish?" What can a teacher do to support children's creativity? Question options: and back and allow the children to do what they want with the materials alue the process and the product of the children's creative work
e sure that all children make something that they can take home everydayovide a model so that the children can feel successful with their finished product According to the NAEYC Technology and Young Children Interest Forum (2008), how does technology affect learning? Question options: echnology does not drive purposeful learning; teachers' intentional instructional planning does." Technology remains neutral in the learning of young children, neither good nor bad." urrently we see no place for technology in an early childhood curriculum, since it does not enhance learning for young children." rograms need to switch to a more comprehensive curriculum that includes technology in all areas of the child's environment. Technology is here to stay and children s out it."
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