Math and Science for Early Childhood Fall 2011
Sheila Rowland Office: 335 HS Phone: 744-6376 E-mail: [email protected] Office Hours: Thursday 1:00-2:00 and/or Friday 1:45-2:45 or by appointment (Due to supervision duties, office hours are subject
K-W-L Charts Author: G.E. Tompkins Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall Teachers use K-W-L charts during thematic units to activate students' background knowledge about a topic and to scaffold them as they ask questions and organize the information t
One to One Correspondence Number Sense and Counting Potpourri
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Final Jepardy 5
What is one to one correspondence?
How can you tell when a child has a well developed sense of one to one corresp
HDFS 3103 & 3223
First, read the articles on D2L.
On A Roll Math Game
Then, you and your group will choose a children's book that can support the math concepts of 1 to 1 correspondence, number sense, or compare and classify. Now, work with your group to a
Framework for Planning Using Bloom's Revised Taxonomy
Higherorder thinking Actions Creating (Putting together ideas or elements to develop an original idea or engage in creative thinking). Evaluating (Judging the value of ideas, materials and methods by d
Students are expected to purchase and use a Composition book (7"x 9" with 100 sheets). The journal will maintain notes about the key concepts of in-class discussions, experiences, and readings. The journal should be brought and used in each class
Audience Analysis (complete for up to 25 points of extra credit)
Goal for assignment: To think systematically about characteristics of your audience that may 1) affect their understanding of your Persuasive Speech and 2) influence their agreement with the
Center Time in the Early Childhood Classroom: Basic Set-Up
Visit the Archive of Best Practices articles Classroom SetUpCenter ThemesWhen Students Go to Centers Many preschool and kindergarten classrooms provide students with "center time." Centers can be
What Do We Know About Centers?
Ready to play?
Types of Centers
Excuses For Not Having Centers
Reasons For Having
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Breather, a sindent teacher, watches as
title. Kelsey begins calendar time with
the swear-aids seaied in a semicircle
on size mg. What day is it today? Ms.
Kelsey asks, gesturing toward the large cal-
endar on an easel
What are some of the types of centers?
Math and Science For Young Children Discovery1. Time to explore materials 2. Little direction3. "Mess around" 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 3. Open Learning CenterChildren explore materials/ concept with some direction
A Game of X's and O's
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Click Here if X Wins Click Here if O Wins
What does connecting a math experience to familiar lite
Professional Learning Community Project
Professional Learning Communities (PLC) are defined as people coming together to create, enhance, and analyze their understanding or applications of practice in a collaborative effort for continual improvement. This
Place Value Apartments
There once was a family of numbers
who needed an apartment.
The manager rented the ONES apartment to them. He told them only 9 numbers could live there. They only had 4 in their family, so they said, "Great!"
3103 & 3223
Integrated Resource File
This assignment is available to students who have contracted for an A. In order to earn an
A you must receive Exceeds Expectations. This will be achieved by demonstrating the
highest quality work in all expected elemen
Science is constantly changing you cannot teach, nor memorize it all. Because of
that you cant predict which facts will be most important.
Science is not a thing but rather an action that continuously happens.
Science is a process of discove
Piagets 4 periods of cognitive growth and development Piagets 4
periods of cognitive growth and development
Sensorimotor (birth to age two)
Preoperational (ages 2-7) Children are _. They think of
everything as it relates to them. They gather _ from
What is a game?
Constance Kamii, author of Group Games in Early Childhood Education, says a game is those in which
children play together according to conventional rules specifying (1) some pre-established climax to be
achieved, and (2) what players shoul
Expectations for class
o Be on time.
No cell phones, including texting in class.
o Participate in groups & whole class
o Come prepared with:
Homework completed, including readings
Journal and textbook
Overview of syllabus with assignments
Bully in the Basement
Subtraction Story Telling
3 there was a
Once upon a time
little number named 3. He
lived in the downstairs ones
There were other numbers who lived
One day the 3 heard
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