ECE-128 Group Summary Presentation CH8&9.pptx

We should know how to manage the classroom prepare

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We should know how to manage the classroom Prepare the environment Providing nurturance & guidance Communicating with important things like: Parents Colleagues The Public Engaging in Political activism to determine the cause of public early education Conducting systematic research on daily classroom work for curriculum planning teacher development
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Listening to Children Listening means being fully attentive to the children, and at the same time talking responsibility for recording & documenting what is observed, & then using it as basis for decision making shared with children & parents. Sometimes the adult works right inside of the group of children & sometimes works just around the group, so we have many roles. The roles of the adult is overall: Listening Observing Understanding the strategy that children use in a learning situation
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Spiraling Learning & Shared Control Teachers reflect, explore, study, research & plan together possible ways to think over & extend the topic by means of materials, activities, visits, use of tools & so on. Teachers act as the group’s memory & discuss with the children. The results of the documentation. This systematically allows children to revisit their own & other’s feeling reflections & then reconstruction in different way in deeper way. If adults can agree on how they shall look on the school child's nature, rights & capacities. Then they can also come to agree on what kind of teacher is needed to educate & provide for this child.
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The Special Difficulties of the Teacher’s Role We are part of a project that is based on the co-action of children and on the sureness that this is a good way of learning.
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