Transcript: Go on Exchange present your country abroad Work with different mentalities Diversity Explore different cultures Be a Member Develop your skills Have an impact Enrich your knowledge AIESEC Be a Leader Lead your team Achieve your vision Coach others Be a mentor EXPERIENCE YOUR AIESEC JOURNEY Gives you a great experience
Transcript: Child and parents Out of violence Ready for Kindergarten George Clooney Dakota Fanning Anne Frank Larry Page and Sergey Brin (Google founder) Jeff Bezos (Amazon founder) Jimmy Wales (Wikipedia founder) Will Wright (Sims Designer) Katharine Graham (former Washington Post owner and editor) Julia Child David Blaine Sean Combs Prince William and Harry Bill & Hilary Clinton’s child Developmental Milestones Age 5 1945- Reggio Emilia, Italy 1967-Taken over by government 1950's & 1960's- Belief in innovative education Loris Malaguzzi-psychology 1963-First municipal preschool 1980's-Reggio Emilia schools become well known 2003- Istituzione Cons Cognitive/ Language: Self directed by child Not many whole group activities Social/ Emotional: Maria Montessori- Montessori Method- Based on child's developmental needs and desire to learn Whole child approach Prepared environment Montessori materials Role of the teacher Physical: Committee of academic and civil rights activists Dr. Robert Cooke 1965-Team meeting at White House Head Start 8 week program Preschool classes, medical care, dental care and mental health services Bank Street Activity Bank Street Hard to catch up Teachers only need 2 year degree Kindergarten They use theory to inform practice, and practice to inform theory The Developmental-Interaction approach is the basis for much of Bank Street’s work with children The Bank Street approach emphasizes "meeting" children on their own terms. Interaction refers to the child’s engagement with the world and to the teacher’s awareness of the interests of her / his students. Developmental-Interaction refers to the ways in which cognition and emotion are always interconnected in any teaching situation. http://av.vimeo.com/91262/931/16998956.mp4?token=1352346454_7e436183e55353f20fbdb31e747d7bc4 Jean Piaget made his first observations of children in a Montessori school and served as head of the Swiss Montessori Society for many years. Mr. Rogers was a strong advocate of Montessori education. We went to Montessori School… Informal Parents become part of process Opinions valued Background 3 year age span Individual learning Quiet and child friendly environment Concrete learning > Abstract learning Plenty of time to engage in learning Builds confidence and self esteem in child Fosters curiosity Enjoys dramatic play with other children Cooperates well; forms small groups that may choose to exclude a peer Shows less physical aggression, turns it into verbal Understands the power of rejecting others; verbally threatens to end friendships or select others, becomes bossy Bank Street Background Pros Employs a vocabulary of 5,000 to 8,000 words Pronounces words with little difficulty Uses fuller, more complex sentences Remembers lines of simple poems and Repeats full sentences and expressions from others, including television shows and commercials shows growing speech fluency in expressing ideas Interesting Facts Key Points of Reggio Emilia Developmental Milestones Age 5 Cons Cons Pros By Katie Hall & Kaitlin Bentrup Montessori Reggio Emilia Background Pros Uses computer keyboard Likes to disassemble and reassemble objects and dress and undress dolls Has basic grasp of right and left but mixes them up at times Zips coat; buttons well; ties shoes with adult coaching; dresses quickly Walks a two-inch balance beam well; jumps over objects Walks backward quickly; skips and runs with agility and speed Displays high energy levels; rarely shows fatigue; finds inactivity difficult and seeks active games and environments Climbs well; coordinates movements for swimming or bike riding Jumps down several steps; jumps rope Hops well; maintains an even gate in stepping Head Start Activity Head Start Child's natural development Children understand Child's opinion About.com's 4 key principles: 1. Children have some say 2. Senses 3. Interaction and exploration 4. Expression Started as The Bureau of Educational Experiments (BEE) founded by Lucy Sprague Mitchell, her husband Wesley Mitchell, and colleague Harriet Johnson in New York City In 1919 BEE established a Nursery School 1930 moved to Bank Street and set up Cooperative School for Student Teachers 1954 – The School for Children, a full-scale elementary school, began with one class. 1978 – Family Center, a child care, education and evaluation center children, aged 6 months to 4 years, is founded. Developmental Milestones Age 5 Background Informal Not prepared Working together
Transcript: Your child will receive an agenda book. Make sure you write how your child goes home everyday. Dismissal runs so much more smoothly when you write how they go home. This is also a form of communication between parents and teachers. It would be a good idea to write your child's name in things such as: coats, backpacks, and lunch boxes. We are very active in Kindergarten. We recommend that your child wear tennis shoes or other shoes that are securely attached to their feet to promote a safer environment. Important pages in the Agenda If your child buys lunch: -they go through the lunch line - they must have money on their lunch account Lunch Numbers Day cares will be loaded by a teacher. make sure your child knows the name of the daycare. Kids club will be walked to the cafeteria at dismissal. Prepare your child for sharing and taking turns with others. Agenda Books Read: Reading with your child is very important. When you read ask your child questions like: What do you see in this picture? What is going on in this story? Who is the story about? Specials Classes Arrival Parent contract and internet access pages must be sign and returned to your child's teacher. The dress code is in the front of the agenda book as well as code of conduct/ behavior and attendance rules. You might want to fill out the first page of the agenda book with your child's name, school, etc. in case it is lost. Numbers: Practice counting to 100 with your child. Also practice recognizing numbers 0-20. Dismissal- Bus Dismissal- Cars Bus riders will be walked to the bus by a teacher. A teacher will walk the children to their buses. However, it is a good idea to teach your child his/her bus number and the bus drivers name. Supply List: 2 boxes 8 count Crayola crayons 2 boxes 24 count Crayola crayons 10 glue sticks 1 package Crayola markers 3 plastic folders 1 composition book 1 pair Fiskars scissors 1 package Ticonderoga pencils 1 package construction paper Your child will sit at a lunch table with his/her classmates. If you come to eat lunch with your child sign in at the office. you may eat with your child at one of the assigned tables, but you may only Southside Kindergarten Personal Items Alphabet: Practice letters with your child. Your child needs to recognize letters when they are shown to them on flashcards and out of sequence. You will also need this number if you get your child early from school. Meet Our Teachers Tables at Lunch Car riders will load on the side of the school close to the large playground and basket ball court. Kindergarten parents should be in the lane closest to the school. Kindergarten students will sit under the covered end of the side walk. Your child will report to the gym if he/she arrives before 7:05. The children sit in the bleachers and are dismissed by grade level to their classes. Boys sit on one side and girls on the other. Kindergarten is on the first row. Make sure you arrive by 7:15 everyday. Talk about what events and things you are doing with your child. This will help increase your child's vocabulary. The Cafeteria School Supplies Dismissal- Daycare or Kids Club Around the School
Transcript: Sizes, Colors, Shapes Serena Cisneros EDUC 1301 P01 Ms. Cisneros Kindergarten Size Size Objects come in many different sizes. Today we will be learning sizes ranging from small, medium and large. Small There are many ways to describe small objects. What are some words that mean "small"? Medium Our motivation Large Our motivation Products and Locations Our Products Our Products 35% 30% 20% 15% Product line 1 Product line 1 Product line 2 Product line 2 Product line 3 Product line 3 Our Locations Our Locations San Francisco Los Angeles History History 2013 2016 2011 2010 2017 Our people Our People Person's name Name Person's name Name Person's name Name Our Programs Our programs
Transcript: DPIM mutations' background the lab's mutational strategy data from literature alpha fold predictions What is Y2H? Yeast two-hybrid screening system is a molecular biology technique used to discover and analyze protein-protein interactions and protein-DNA interactions by testing for physical interactions (ex.: binding) between two proteins or between a protein and a DNA molecule, respectively. The mutations (Pol32 permutations for Y2H assays X Pol1) we are interested in are as following: Pol32:AlphaFold predictions: predicted aligned error plot DPIM area: DED GY: confidence level of the residues according to AlphaFold: D -> A CONFIDENT E -> A CONFIDENT D -> A VERY HIGH G -> A CONFIDENT Y -> A CONFIDENT
Transcript: Instructional Strategies are: Demonstration - Quad B A live visual exhibition of a process or experiment. Text Focus on the development and support of Effective Instruction that improves student achievement DSEI - Daggett System for Effective Instruction - Six Elements of Teaching Instructional Strategies that will help us use the Rigor/Relevance Framework as we teach Introduction Text Brainstorming Cooperative Learning Demonstration Text Introduction Text Teacher (cheerleader) Encourages participation Background knowledge Uses Realia - to be creative & fun Play games, illustrate things Student (Idea generator) Thinks creatively - uses imagination Thinks “Outside the box” Shares out, gives personal examples Effective Instructional Strategies Text Links Connections Instructional Strategies (specific) Methods skillful teachers use to facilitate rigorous and relevant learning within their classrooms Cooperative Learning - Quad B & D 5 Components- Positive interdependence, Face to face interaction, Individual accountability, Interpersonal & small groups skills, Group processing Brainstorming - Quad C & D Rules - 1. No critical remarks are allowed. 2. Hitchhiking is okay. 3. Free-wheeling is welcomed. 4. Quantity is desired. 5.Silence is fine. 6. A time limit is necessary. 7. Evaluation comes later. Introduction Embrace rigorous & relevant expectations for all students Build strong relationships with students Possess depth of knowledge so that info is relevant to students Facilitate rigorous and relevant instruction based on their learning styles. Demonstrate expertise Use assessments to guide and differentiate Teacher/Parent Prepares the student in advance Assess students/ gives responsibility Assigns partners & roles, or role reversals Provides for equal participation Student (Peer Participation) Collaborative in learning process Pair share Gives supportive feedback Thumbs up/ thumbs down Six Elements of Teaching Introduction Kindergarten Presentation Focus on the development and support of Effective Instruction that improves student achievement DSEI - Daggett System for Effective Instruction - Six Elements of Teaching Instructional Strategies that will help us use the Rigor/Relevance Framework as we teach Text Text Text Demonstration - Quad B A live visual exhibition of a process or experiment. Where to Get More Information Teacher (Salesperson) Gives organized presentations Use of visual representation & technology Has students replicate, models, illustrates Uses Instructional Checklist, “I Do” Student (Interested Observer) Watches carefully, sits in learning position Focuses on teacher, ask questions, stays on topic Rehearses in his/her mind Cloud writing Focus on the development and support of Effective Instruction that improves student achievement DSEI - Daggett System for Effective Instruction - Six Elements of Teaching Instructional Strategies that will help us use the Rigor/Relevance Framework as we teach Teacher (Salesperson) Gives organized presentations Use of visual representation & technology Has students replicate, models, illustrates Uses Instructional Checklist, “I Do” Student (Interested Observer) Watches carefully, sits in learning position Focuses on teacher, ask questions, stays on topic Rehearses in his/her mind Cloud writing Effective Instructional Strategies Volume 1 Brainstorming - pgs. 29 - 36 Cooperative Learning - pgs. 37 - 48 Demonstration pgs . 49 - 53 Note: There is a teacher checklist at the end of each chapter. 3 Instructional Strategies Text Kindergarten Presentation
Transcript: Shelby Heimbold Kindergarten TOPIC 8 How to color What shapes look like Write letters How to paint How to add and subtract Work activities TOPIC 1 Skills SUBTOPIC 1 Patience Communication Leadership Teamwork Confidence Organization An average yearly pay is 54,230, the lowest pay is 34,840.The highest you can get is 83,920. TEXT Yearly payment: Abilities: Kindergarten teachers must be able to speak clearly to students, other teachers, and administration officials. They also need the ability to have patience when dealing with a kid that has behavior issues. PICTURES PICTURES They work on minor stuff like coloring, crafts, they do math and read books. K-3, jobs are the hardest to find. High school math and science jobs are the easiest to find because more people are wanting k-3 and if you go to high school your more likely going to find a job there. TRend TOPIC 2 One of the basic requirements to become a teacher is a bachelors degree. But you also need a teaching certificate.If you further your education and get a masters degree or beyond you get large pay increases. education TOPIC 3 Personality TOPIC 4 Patient Caring Friendly Helpful Creative Funny The subjects being taught Different ways kids learn How to discipline correctly Their different stages of child development Knowledge TOPIC 5 Computers and other technology Basic school supplies Manipulative's (Blocks, cubes, pattern blocks) Textbooks and other teacher resources Tools TOPIC 6 Smart board Chrome book Ipad Computers Technology TOPIC 7 https://youtu.be/W3-ldBv3i2s Video
Transcript: Block Center Blocks should be stackable, connectable, and challenging Meeting Place An area to conduct a read-aloud Library soft environment with beanbags, rugs and soft furniture. Writing Center table containing writing utensils and paper available at all times. Science Center sensory table should include materials such as water, snow, sand Art Center table and shelving unit with a variety of materials that are both hands on, sensory and creative. Computer Center variety of games that encourage writing, math, art and music along with other interactive exercises. Dramatic Play Rotating theme such as a home, and other community centers such as a post office, hospital depending on the theme of the class. Table Space Give students the ability to use sensory materials such as play-dough on the table surfaces along with puzzles, games and other manipulatives. Math Home Activity: Hooray for the Hundredth Day Kindergarten Describes how the child is developing cognitively, physically, socially and emotionally each day Through the use of music, students will learn Spanish in a read aloud of "Skippy JonJones: Class Action" and develop skills to distinguish words in the story in both English and Spanish Language Arts + Music: Skippy JonJones Activity (Spring) Students will be able to predict what will happen when the different melting agents are added to the ice. Social Studies Activity: Getting to Know You (Fall) Indoor Space Parent Letter Meeting Place Science Center Writing Center Art Center Library Dramatic Play Block Center Computer Center Students at home with parental help will gather 100 items from their home environment to present to the class on the "Hundreth Day of School." Nicole Albanese, Anna Blake, Lindsay McGregor Outdoor Space Sandbox Space to Ride Tricycles Playground (for climbing) Open Space to Run and Play Games Planters Science Activity: Ice Cube Experiment (Winter) Through using technology, students will understand how they fit in their local community as well as understanding their peers location in the community.
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