Journal Chapter 16
Chapter 16 was the shortest of all the chapters. The chapter was entitled Helping
Children Cope with stress.
Educators must learn how to see when a child is struggling. The child will show
signs of struggle. It is important for the educ
Journal Chapter 15
Chapter 15 is entitled guiding social behaviors, how to guide and discipline
children appropriately in order to socialize in the classroom. There are many philosophies
of the guidance in socializing.
There are many different theories th
Chapter 14 Journal
Chapter 14 is entitled guiding routines and group activities. Educators must have
a structured routine with proper guidance according.
The arrival and departure times must be a constant reoccurrence so a child and the
family can be in a
Chapter 13 Journal
Chapter 13 entitles social development through the curriculum. Theoretical views
are everywhere is social development. Social competence is also a large part in childhood
development. Educators must notice childrens special skills and l
Chapter 12 Journal
Chapter 12 is entitled language development through the curriculum. The chapter
explains how language develops in early child hood education. Accordingly, the best
ways a child can develop and stimulate their own language.
Chapter 11 Journal
Chapter 11 is entitled Cognitive development through the curriculum. Educators
use many different theories and concepts to best develop cognitive brain activity.
The foundations of cognitive development have for the most part been uncha
Chapter 10 Journal
Chapter 10 was entitled physical development through the curriculum. The
chapter mainly discussed the development of motor development, what are fine motor
activities, and the different sensory activities of the body.
Chapter 9 Journal
Chapter 9 is entitled the creative development through the curriculum. The
chapter depicts what is creativity, the importance of art and music, and shows how
supporting creativity can help the stimulation of a childhood education.
Journal Ch. 8
Chapter 8 showed the proper details in scheduling and curriculum planning.
Components of the Early Childhood schedule include many aspects. Activity time must
consist of the appropriate amount of time. Large and small group activities develo
Journal Ch. 7
Chapter 7 explained the importance of a proper physical environment. The effects
of the physical environment effect both children and educators.
The effect on children creates an untrustworthy student. When a student feels
Journal Ch. 6
Chapter 6 was titled the Accountability, standards, and assessment of a classroom.
Accountability for an educators performance must be taken. Learning standards must fit
in a classrooms curriculum. Standards for education must be compatible
Chapter 5 Journal
Chapter 5 was the Rational Supporting Early Childhood Education. A timeline is
discussed about the influential people through the history of Early Childhood Education.
This chapter talks about the influential figures that helped develop
Journal Ch. 4
Teacher shortages have been negatively effecting childrens performances for
years. Low pay negatively effects teachers satisfaction. Educators must be satisfied
financially to keep conflict away from children.
Parenthood empowerment is a nec
Journal Ch 3
The families of children encourage proper learning. Environments with a positive
influence inside and out of the classroom help for positive learning. Parents and teachers
must be in constant progress of a childs progress.
Parents must educat
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Children similarities must be discovered. Age-relation must be the first priority.
Children physical requirements are very important.
Emotionally and intellectual similarities are very common with children. Each
individuals self esteem
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The chapter starts off with the developmentally appropriate practice. The DAP is
the guidelines for the best practice in the care and education of young children. The
principles promote optimal learning and development. After the (DAP) w