ECE-128 Group Summary Presentation CH8&9.pptx

Approach is influenced by at least three major

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approach is influenced by at least three major factors: Educators do not obtain immediate results Children establish a long-stand rapport w/ the program The programs are not divided between education & daycare.
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Social Space, Active Space & a Space for hands & minds
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Space appropriate for different ages & levels of development Infant-toddler centers: Entrance: comfortable wicker chairs Rooms: carpet pillows, large space w/ equipment appropriate for movement Atelier that contains: paint, markers, flour, clay & much more Glass partitions Preprimary schools: More space is left for play that contains: blocks, Legos, toy animals, recycled materials, etc. Rug area is larger than I- t. Housekeeping space contains items commonly found at home Mini atelier contains: clay, paper, wire (depending on what season/but are often switched out)
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Space that Documents “The walls of our preprimary schools speak and document..” Teachers & the atelierista select & prepares displays the artwork the children have made & it is brought to life. The space includes: Teachers reflections & next to the children’s work there are photos & comments about the process.
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Space that teaches The environment is considered “the third educator” along w/ the team of two teachers. The environment has to be flexible. No R.E. based schools can be copied/duplicated, it can’t be just anywhere, but they have common features everywhere. The R.E. based schools: Full of light Have variety of many items/activities Shows that teachers, parents, & children work together to create a unique space.
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Partner, Nurturer, and Guide: The Role of the Teacher Chapter 9 Farzaneh & Nasrin
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Directions of the Teacher’s Role in Reggio Emilia Raising children’s learning on cognitive, social, physical & effective domains
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