EDEE 250 Lecture 7

EDEE 250 Lecture 7 - Objectivestoday:...

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Classroom rules: Setting the tone of the  environment Objectives today: -Classroom Behaviour management -Schedules & Routines -Transitions -Rules -Art in the early childhood     classroom
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How would you establish the  classroom rules in a k class? Think, pair , share
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The Kindergarten Curriculum and  Environment DAILY  ROUTINES AND  SCHEDULES
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Kindergarten schedules should  provide: Routines Sufficient time for children to develop task   orientation. Balance of structured and non-structured activities.  Balance of active and quiet times; sitting and  listening times and movement time. Opportunities for children to choose and make  decisions/autonomy to structure their own time
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Elements to consider in scheduling 1. WHOLE GROUP  TIMES 2. SMALL GROUP  ACTIVITY TIMES 3. INTEGRATION OF  CURRICULUM 4. EATING TIMES 5. OUTDOOR PLAY 6. SPECIAL ACTIVITIES
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Sample schedule: 8:30-8:45      
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This note was uploaded on 03/12/2012 for the course EDEE 250 taught by Professor Smith-gilman during the Winter '12 term at McGill.

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