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High/ Scope: A Constructivist Approach Piaget and Vygotsky Three basic Principles 1. Active learning 2. Regular daily planning 3. Developmentally sequenced goal and material
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Basic principles and Goals of the High/Scope Approach Five Elements of the High/Scope Approach 1. Active Learning 2. Classroom Arrangement 3. Daily schedule 4. Assessment 5. Curriculum
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A Daily Routine That Supports ActiveLearning · Planning Time · Key Experiences · Work Time · Cleanup Time · Recall Time High/Scope Providing for Diversity and Disability
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The Reggio Emilia Approach Founded by Loris Malaguzzi, popularized by the people of the city Reggio Emilia in Northern Italy Based on the philosophy and practice that children are active constructors of their own knowledge. Focuses on each child and is conducted according to the child's relationships- with their family, other children, teachers, school environment, community, and wider society.
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The Reggio Emilia Approach Each school is a system in which all these are interconnected- reciprocal, activated and supported. Vgotsky believed children learn through social interactions- and children learn in the Reggio Emilia approach through interactions in small groups. It provides opportunities for paying attention, listening, developing creativity and interest, asking and responding to questions.
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