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Transcript: Rookie Being around the kids I babysat made me want to be around other kids more often I realized I wanted to be around kids for the rest of my life. I wanted a career with kids Also, I volunteered at a local elementary school with a kindergarten teacher and it made me realize I love the little ones! Video About Me Teaching Presentation Discovering what I love Lauren Duncan Babysat for many different families since middle school Babysat kids of all ages Never knew what I wanted to do until I started babysitting these kids (see photo) my sophomore year of high school The grade level I want to teach is preschool. They are fun to be around and are energetic. I'm sure they will be a handful sometimes but I know when I'm doing something that I love I will be able to put up with anything that comes my way! Someday, I might continue my education and get my bachelor degree in Early Childhood Education and then I could teach grades K-3. But for now, I want to work with the three year olds and younger! My Education Have two older brothers Parents are divorced Have a Gordon Setter dog Love playing softball and running Graduated from Hilliard Davidson High School Went to the University of Kentucky for my freshman year of college Too expensive, so I currently go to Columbus State Community College Switched my major three different times before deciding on Early Childhood Getting a degree in Early Childhood education Wanting to Teach Websites This is an example of a class room set up that I love. Its set up very nicely for the children to be able to know where everything is located but also educational and useful. Our classroom will look somewhat like this set up but will not have all the same toys and carpets that this room has. Real Experiences These kids are our future What they learn early on will help them and our world in the long run Get the children to enjoy school early on and maybe that will continue throughout their school years Important to know this area because... This is a great Blog by a preschool teacher. Along with being a preschool teacher she is a author and illustrator of children books. This is probably one of my favorite Blogs I have ran across because it has helpful information to help me improve the environment for the children to learn to the best that they can with me and also many other reasons. She gives helpful sites to help me expand my resources in order to help the children. Technology has became very big in our society today. If you allow your children to play on the computer for a little amount of time and want them to be playing some children games this is the site for you! NickJr is very big on the television but it is also big online! It has games for specific grades and preschool is one of them! Adults of the children I'll be teaching


Transcript: a) loss of baby fat and growth of muscle b) jaw widens to accomodate permanant teeth c) a trend to show more independent behavior d) skeletal system fully matures Lying Sex-education Masturbation Changes that occur during preschool years (age 3-6). Select all that apply i clicker 2 Morality and Spirituality Erikson - use of "no" and "why" starting at 3 Neurological and Sensory Characteristics Ages: 3-6 Height: average growth of 2.5"-3" a year Weight: average weight gain of 4-5 pounds a year All 20 primary teeth by 3 Vision is 20/20 by 4 Sleep 11-13 hours a day on average Building self-esteem Promoting a loving and nurturing environment Routine and rituals provide structure and a sense of time Setting limits and remaining consistent is ideal healthy behavior Promotion through act of play: writing, coloring, finger painting, utilizing toys for their appropriate purpose Begins cooperatively playing- defined roles, make up rules, and assign jobs within a play group Incorporating props in pretend play Encouraging physical activity can comprehend right and wrong develops a conscience moral standards developed from adult influence able to deal with anger lying begins at this age understands concept of give and take in relationships may project parents/caregivers feelings as God's ex. "if mommy's angry then God's also angry" When performing a preschool assessment, what behaviors/actions should the nurse anticipate? a) happy and excited to be poked and prodded b) fear of intrusing procedures c) like to sit still and follow directions d) no fear of the unknown Preschool Cultural Influences Developing skills of cooperation, sharing, kindness, affection, helping others, and making friends Strong emotions, may be defiant, bossy, and show more independence Experience a broad range of emotions and learn how to control those emotions and behaviors Developing sense of identity and recognize genders, as well as right and wrong Thrive on 1-to-1 communication with a parent 2-4 pre-operational substage preconceptual phase: egocentric and able to approach a problem from single point of view, begins to count and engage in fantasy play 4-7 pre-operational substage intuitive phase: classify and relates to objects, knows rights and wrongs, tolerates differences but doesn't understand them, curious, may begin to question parents values i-clicker Organ Systems Fully developed hearing Smell and touch continuing development Taste is less discriminating; more prone to accidental ingestion Vision progresses, should be equal bilaterally. By age 5 vision is 20/40 or 20/30. Color vision is developed by this age. Age 3: can tell a simple story and discuss past events Age 4: can tell a story that is easy to follow understands 75% of adult speech engages in make believe with language can follow a 3 part command Age 5: talks about past present and future speech is generally gramatically correct can recite name and address *stuttering may occur during normal development due to faster mental rate than ability to express. Especially when stressed or excited. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2009, August 4). Clinical Growth and Charts. Retreived from: Medline Plus (2012, November 9). Preschooler Development. Retrieved from: Ricci, S. S., & Kyle, T. (2013). Growth and Development of the Preschooler. Maternity and pediatric nursing (2nd ed., ). Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Strausbaugh, B. (2013, June 2). Preschool Growth and Development, NUR 113. YouTube. Retrieved July 24, 2014, from Motor Skills Gross Motor Skills Should be more skilled at running, jumping, throwing and kicking Should be able to go up and down stairs should be able to catch a bounced ball Tricycle riding at 3 hopping on one foot at 4 Doing heel-to-toe walk at 5 able to walk on tip-toes Delayed growth and development Imbalanced nutrition less than body requires Interrupted family processes Readiness for enhanced parenting Risk for delayed development Risk for caregiver strain Risk for disproportionate growth Risk for injury Reflection Nursing Diagnoses Video Initiative vs Guilt (ages 3-6) likes to please parents makes up games acts our roles, real and imaginary sexual identity develops consience feels remorse for wrong choices cooperation and negotiation skills developing Nurses Role Fine Motor Skills Age 3: Draw a circle, draws people with 3 parts, beginning use of scissors, self dress with supervision Age 4: draws a square, using scissors to cut a straight line, putting on close properly, manages a spoon and fork Age 5: spreads peanut butter with a knife Age 6: ties shoe laces, writes letters, cuts well with scissors Promotion of Healthy Growth and Development Neurological complete bowel and bladder control, eustachian tubes short and straight Cardiac/Circulatory HR decreases, BP increases slightly, may have innocent murmur


Transcript: - Free - Voluntary - Lasts 2-4 years - Vocational examination - Lasts 3-5 years Primary school - elective subjects - Academic degree - Municipalities have to arrange - Compulsory - - Minimum 700 hours/year - Bachelor's and Master's degree - more strict guidelines for teaching Vocational school - Matriculation exam - Free - Longer days 6-8 hours - Teaching is free Finnish education system in 21st century - Voluntary - 120 weeks, usually 40/year - teachers have "free hands" Compulsory school - Starts at the age of 13, lasts 3 years - National curriculum - Prepares for primary school - National curriculum - own class teacher - 1-2 languages - Voluntary - Academic degree - Applied with with lower secondary school report - subject teachers - class specifications ( music, sports, english etc ) - Free - 190 days/year - Starts at the age of 7, lasts 6 years - Free - free lunch University - Voluntary - 45 min lessons - Free - free books Lower secondary school - no school uniforms - big cities vs countryside - 190 days/year - Compulsory - Prepares for university/polytechnic - free school rides - Applied with lower secondary school report - National curriculum Upper secondary school - Teaching is free Polytechnic - Municipalities have to offer preschool - studying in periods - homework - Voluntary - short days 4-5 hours Preschool - Lasts 5+ years - new subjects: swedish, social studies, home economics - 20 weeks practical training Working life - Municipalities have to arrange

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