25) What is another name for direct instruction? 26) What is the behavior or activity that a teacher deliberately selects and flexibly applies to help students construct meaning? 27) What is required when collaborating and sharing power with families? 28) What is the focus in a curriculum framework? 29) What is the name of the teaching model that is used to support children’s social and emotional development and focuses on relationships rather than “fixing” the child? 30) What is the position on the use of technology in early childhood programs according to NAEYC and the Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children’s Media (2012)? 31) What is the teacher’s role in emergent curriculum? 32) What is the term used for a classroom where children and adults engage in warm, positiverelationships; treat each other with respect; and learn from and with each other?A Caring Community of Learners 33) What is the theory described by Bowlby and Ainsworth that looked at how children’s ability to learn was dependent on their developing trusting relationships with caregivers? 34) What kind of curriculum is derived from research evidence about what kinds of learning outcomes relate to later achievement, and what types of teaching and learning experiences help children achieve those outcomes? 35) What role has the teacher taken when the teacher acts as the audience for children’s play?
36) What type of curriculum uses a broad topic of interest or a “big idea” to provide the basis for making connections across learning goals? 37) What type of attachment might a child exhibit in a family where the mother might have been depressed and unwilling or unable to provide consistent, sensitive, or responsible care? 38) When a teacher gives a high-five to a child’s persistence and effort, what has the teacher done?
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