Communicating with babies from birth is very important , from birth if you have the pram facing the parent this is proven to be a great way to communicate with the baby right from the word go, this will then help the baby with their communication skills. Books: Reading to children in an animated style, stories or adventures or simple fun dilemmas for children which use high frequency or repetitive words can be a fun way of engaging children into imaginative play and reinforce words into their memory. Some books are interactive with playful sound and short melody,
The potential of pedagogical documentation, By Jacinthe Nguyen Can learning be visible? Children’s and teacher’s learning’s processes visible through pedagogical documentation. Life is full of learning moments for children as well as for adults. But how can we illustrate this learning in a manner visible to others? In the Reggio Emilia approach, children are seen as active and competent learners; and the use of pedagogical documentation reflects this view through exhibiting, analysing and reflecting on children’s learning (Patterson, 2005).
I also ensured that they both worked together and gave praise and encouragement whenever possible, making it an enjoyable experience. Discuss three of the above Link the activity to a current/relevant theorist: - Tina Bruce believed that children should be able to explore, investigate their own ideas through play. Identify how this planned learning experience can be developed further: - This planned learning experience could be developed further by providing the children with paper and pens or cutting from magazines and allowing them to make some dominoes for themselves, giving them satisfaction that it can be done with some adult supervision. Consultation with adults/children I consulted with my mentor as I had previously noticed that Child (I) loves doing jigsaws but I was trying to avoid bring out this activity and bring in a new experience for her. We both agreed that Child (I) enjoys working with adults and that this would work well if I also joined in on the game.
There can be positive results emotionally, physically, and psychologically. Watching a well-balanced diet of educational programs and cartoons can have positive results emotionally, physically, and psychologically on a child’s mind and body. The first cartoon that I would like to mention is called “Dora the Explorer.” This cartoon is based on a female character that has a back pack and is always learning new adventures. This cartoon practices several different things with the children today, such as numbers, the alphabet, different languages such as English and Spanish. This cartoon also utilizes the children to count and remember things in interact with it.
Krys Robinson January 29, 2013 Diversity in US Culture Children’s television programs today, I feel are doing a good job of introducing cultural diversity to children who are growing up in culturally isolated areas or have little interaction with children of other ethnicities. Many children these days are home schooled or come from less diverse rural areas. Television shows and cartoons can bring experiences right to a child and through story telling can teach tolerance, acceptance and the diversity of today’s world. I focused mainly on early childhood geared cartoons, having watched quite a few with my own children over the years. There are many cartoons where the main character uses another language combined with English to teach second language skills.
Marcela Perez Teacher Assistant Ketchings Cradle Child Dev. February 2, 2009 I am very interested in the teacher assistant position advertised in 35 S. 19th Ave. in Maywood, IL. Please accept my application for the position as teacher assistant at your daycare although I have little experience but I enjoy learning and trying new things. I would like to develop strong teaching skills while creating a fun learning and challenging experience for young motivated children. The preschool/daycare age group is very inspiring to me, because although I have a child of my own, children are very interested in learning new things and they are also very expressive.
By developing a child’s speaking and listening you are supporting the development of communication as well as language; it covers what to do in a situation of a child having English as an additional language and what activities can support every child in their personal development. It gives practitioners ideas of what they can supply to make the environment enabling to their development. “English, during key stage 1 pupils learn to speak confidently and listen to what others have to say. They begin to read and write independently and with enthusiasm. They use language to explore their own experiences and imaginary worlds.” (http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/teachingandlearning/curriculum/primary/b00198874/english/ks1) The National Curriculum gives practitioners/teachers guidance on what a child should lean and be able to do by the end of Key Stage one.
Young children watch their parents and typically “try on” their parents’ values as a framework for right and wrong. Many of life’s lessons are taught early and often through dinner table discussions, holiday gatherings, and family events. Teenagers increasingly turn to peers, teachers, and others to help sharpen their identity and define their values. They compare their observations and experience in the world against what they have learned at home. Family philanthropy can help children learn the skills and competencies necessary to lead fulfilling lives.
I will always keep the parents involved and welcome them into the room to watch how their children learn. When the school year ends, your child will know how o spell their name and have new learning skills. Mission statement: I am here to work with your children and find a good learning path for each of the students. I will develop different learning styles and find what works best each student. I will listen to what suggestions parents can make to help improve the classroom and make it a better learning environment.
A child is in conflict because the child knows it's time to grow up, but is still holding on to the days when school is easy and fun to go, yet at the same time the need to grow up faster and be treated like an adult is the reason we are in conflict during our last year at primary school. This poem powerfully portrays what is really going through a child's mind but Duffy uses her own experiences to share with us. At the start of the poem, and supposedly the start the year, the way she describes her imagination by using a metaphor in her language to show us 'The Blue Nile' with the help by her favorite teacher 'Mrs. Tilscher'. This is a typical child action because instead of analyzing your work, children use their imagination to describe most things.