Children in the preschool years enjoy playing games and are often interested in games with simple rules. Piaget refers to this stage of development as preoperational and children learn from concrete props and visual aids (Woolfolk and Margetts, 2010, p.43).ResourcesList and describe the resources you will need and any adjustments that wouldneed to be made to the learning environment (100 words) e.g.:· Cardboard and markers to make the board.· Small plastic Australian animals so children can choose their game token.· Make cards with pictures of Indigenous cultural symbols.· Make cards with problems that can be solved.· Picture book.· Drawing table set up.IntroductionHow will you introduce the experience to the children (50 words) e.g.:JASMYNE GOULD 1009600652
EDU10005 INDIGENOUS EDUCATION AND PERSPECTIVESStart with a song, questions, poem and story.StrategiesList some of the strategies that describe how you will help the children to learn 100 words) e.g.:· Invite children to participate.· Use a strength based approach that focuses on positive aspects of Indigenousculture.· Encourage children to explore options though the program solving, questions and ethical dilemmas that explore land rights, bias and discrimination.
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