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Educational Program Design

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Transcript of Educational Program Design

Media
Learning Activities
Research
Learning Theories
Populations
EDU/305
James Huber
September 10,2014
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Learning Activities:
Birth - 2 Years of age
Activities from 0-6 months of age
Building sounds
Eye movement
Activities from 6-12 months of age
Peek a boo
Repeating gestures
Clapping to a beat
Activities from 12-24 months of age
Building blocks
Puzzles
Hand eye coordination
Activities from 2 - 7 years of age

Role play
Make believe
Memory game
Learning Theories
PLATFORMS
Social
SOCIAL
SEO
CMS
Educational Program Design
Dawn Alvarado
Alejandra Diaz
Bria Johnson
Mario Nuno
Media Influence:
Piaget's Stage 1
of Cognitive Development
(Sensorimotor)
Piaget's Stage 2
Preoperative/Egocentrism
Erikson's Psychosocial Stage 1
Basic Trust vs Mistrust
Piaget's Formal Operational Stage
Incorporating Diverse Populations
Offer transportation and interpreting services

Create a welcoming environment

Research
Relate to the families culture and values

Communication with families

References
Babytv.(2014). Retrieved from https://babytv.com/

Early childhood/family education programs. (2004). Retrieved from ok.gov

Infant and Toddler Cognitive Activities. (n.d.). Retrieved from
http://www.brighthubeducation.com/infant-development-learning/47788-cognitive-
activities-for-building-learning-skills/

Maxwell, L. E. (1998). Designing child care settings a child-centered approach. Retrieved from http://www.cce.cornell.edu/publications/

Philosophy Music. Art. Language. Language. Nature. (2013). Retrieved from http://www.kidsii.com/babyeinstein/about/philosophy

The Importance of Reading to Babies and Infants. (2014). Retrieved from http://www.brighthorizons.com/family-resources/e-family-news/2014-the-importance-of-reading-to-babies-and-infants/



Agenda:
Learning Activities
Media Influences
Learning Theories
Incorporating Diverse Populations
Educational Layout
Research
References
Community engagement

Host Events

Infant and Toddler
*Using everyday activities to
stimulate learning.
* Environment, group size,
schedule, and adapting activities
to each child
*Promoting literacy, language, and
social skills
*Ease the transition into preschool

Two to Six years old
*age 2
- vocabulary of 50+words, link 2-3 words together, understand adults somewhat
- show signs of independence, defiance, and be away from parents longer
- sort simple objects, scribble on paper, begin to run and climb
*age 3
-vocabulary of 300 words, state name, speak in 3-4 word sentences, use pronouns
-show emotions
-know colors , mimic pretend play, same and different
-run, kick, climb pedal
*age 4
-speak in full sentences, cooperate, solve simple problems
-draw stick figures, print letters
-defiant
*age 5
-structured sentences,
-understand gender, follow directions
-count, draw shapes, time
*age 6
-reasoning skills
-making friends
-basic punishments




Educational Layout
Classroom setup to encourage learning
Have different teaching areas
Areas for whole class, group, individual, and one on one
Proper storage and supplies
Accessible and easy to transition
Various learning centers
Birth-2
2-6
6-11
Adolescents
Activities from 6-11
Concrete objects
Order
Differences


Activities from 11 to 18
Pendulum
Math
Problem Solving
By Stages:
-Infant and Toddler
-Two to six years old
-Six to eleven years old
-Adolescents
Technology
Six to Eleven year old

*age 6
-concerned about good and bad behavior
-compete in games change rules, aggressive
-range of emotions
*age 7
-play in groups, but want alone time
-less interaction within the genders
-more responsible and independent
-social acceptance, self centered
-creative, more complicated work
*age 8
-boys with boys/girls with girls
-range of emotions
-learn with real life situations
*age 9
-stay in groups
-competitive
-interest in books, history, community
*ages 10 and 11
-independent groups
-range of emotions
-logical thinking

Adolescence
-physical development
-social isssues
-indepedence
-romantic feelings



At various stages in development, technology has its advantages and disadvantages.
-infant to toddler
-ages two to six
-ages six to eleven
-adolescence

Multiple Intelligences
Verbal-Linguistic
Mathematical-Logical
Musical
Visual-Spacial
Bodily-Kinesthetic
Interpersonal
Intrapersonal
Naturalist
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