This promotes positive social interaction between students and parents. By opening up this communication at home students and parents can learn to communicate. Another great example of positive social interaction is when Mr. Collet has students develop the homework information on the board together. This helps student’s gain confidence with peers by being able to share their ideas on the subject. Children do many things when interacting with one another; some are appropriate, some are not.
For example, the size of the classroom and outdoor play areas, the colours of the walls, the type of furniture and flooring, the amount of light and the number of windows all influence how children learn. While it is important to create an attractive environment, everything should be safe, secure and have a purpose that supports each area of the children’s development. Physical space. The classroom should have clearly defined activity areas that have been arranged to promote independence, decision-making and encourage involvement. • Define activity areas by using shelves, area rugs, tables, or low dividers.
Underneath the chair is a basket that holds all their things so it doesn’t clutter up the walk ways between the desks. The room is well organized to help keep them all safe. This helps support the physical domain of this age group. Around the room there are different posters. There are some motivational ones, math ones, school and classroom rules, and the school objectives.
Unlike many overly-stimulating childcare centers which rely on the use of color, sound and movement, the Montessori classroom is designed to minimize things that may over-stimulate and distract. The Montessori classroom uses physical space and time that allows for concentration, design which allows children to find, use, and replace materials easily. Walls are painted in neutral colors. Shelves display a few objects at a time. This prepared environment provides a calm, neutral, quiet background that encourages and supports learning.
I believe they can make deals with the school and advertise it on the schools textbooks, tablets, and the bags they give for students to carry multiple books. Also in the lunchroom, and student center with posters. The tutoring center would also be a great place to display the product. They can also give out free products and have a person set up a small display at the school to give out the free products, and tell them a little about it. 5.
Competency Goal 1 To establish and maintain a safe, healthy learning environment Functional Area: Safe As a teacher working with children ages three to five it’s my responsibility to maintain the children safe while they are in my care. To make all areas in the classroom safe, they need to be open, able to see the children when they’re playing in all areas in the classroom. Create a clear passage ways in classroom; so children don’t bump into each other or into the furniture. Have the children check the floor in their areas regularly so they don’t trip on them. Make sure the areas have enough room for the children to be engage in the areas activities.
We know how to get and use information. I would argue that because it takes less time to find information, we spend more time digesting, thinking, and learning about new information. Extended Classroom Communities Technology facilitates our ability to extend classroom community by using web-based platforms like Edmodo. Teachers and students alike can use this platform to discuss homework, post assignments, and interact with peers as they work on projects. The differences between the past, present and future of learning Scene 1: The past Students learned from the teacher.
There are developmental toys scattered around on the floor to provide infants with a variety of challenges. The teacher sits on the floor spending time, and playing with all four infants. The classroom floor was mostly carpeted except for the diapering and food preparation area. The furniture in the classroom is designed for their comfort. There are two rocking chairs so teachers can feed and rock babies comfortably.
Encourage children to value and be proud of their work and their achievement. Acknowledge effort celebrate achievements and value the work of all children. Each class must have a board that they are to mount a display in the school entrance and on corridors. Children usually do displays of Maths work in the corridors or inside the classrooms. Also all Art work should be double mounted to make the presentation of the work exciting.
I’m all in favor of using technology in the classroom. I think computers and television are great ways for students to have access to a lot of information. I just don’t think they should be the only tools I have as a student. I also need teachers and other students to help me get