Education 441 Notes 2

Education 441 Notes 2 - First School 1 a teacher...

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First School 1. a teacher preparation program for ages 3-8 to make the transition to real school easier. 1. 1% meaningful interaction between adult and child. 1. 37%-42% is routine activities. 1. Kids at age 3-4 are already behind- usually low socioeconomic status. 1. Not a logical transition from when pre-school ends (play) to kindergarten (desks). 1. Age 3-8- period of Logical Development. 1. Has a less expensive per pupil that Family Focus Family Focus -parenting -educating parents -prenatal and neonatal -Read to your child- the best thing parents can do- start at 6 months for 20 minutes, -high school education starts in the womb. Cost -All programs cost money, -Sesame Street ($)- Head Start ($$$) - When do we want to spend $ on Education? In the beginning or 4x later. -$80,000 to keep a person in jail for one year. -The $ will be spent either way.. -$300 billion is spent for children after 6 years old. -less than $200 billion is spent for children before 6 years old.
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