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Individualizing Instruction in Preschool Classrooms
Transcript of Individualizing Instruction in Preschool Classrooms
"If early childhood inclusion is to be a successful educational approach, it is imperative that ALL early childhood teachers understand and are able to provide individualized instruction(Boat, 2013, 74 )
1. environment should promote learning , safety and encourage interaction
2. meet needs using what you have observed
3. promote learning using systematic procedures
1. Know each child
2. With that knowledge, create opportunities to expand on it
3. Scaffold learning
Written by Mary B. Boat, PhD Laurie A. Dinnebeil, PhD and Youlmi Bae,MEd
4 Ways to Individualize Instruction
Implications for Teachers
presented by Lauren Fash
What is instruction?
How can you make it individualized for each child?
Red: What would be some ways a teacher could use to assess a kindergarten class in the fall in order to create a meaningful learning environment for the year?
Blue:If multiple children were having problems with the concept of tying shoes what opportunities for learning would you create?
Pink:What preschool skills use the four parts of systematic learning? (acquisition, fluency, maintenance and generalization
Green: Create an activity which uses most to least scaffolding
Purple: What are some activities you could use for quick check learning?
DEC: Recommended Practice
Boat, B. B., Dinnebeil, A. L., & Bae, Y. (2013). Individualizing instruction in preschool classrooms.
, 34(13/14), 74-79.
Wolery ,M. (2005). DEC recommended practices: Child-focused practices. In Karen Menke Pacirek (Ed.),
Annual Editions, Early Childhood Education 13/14
. ( pp. 74-78). Dubuque, IA: McGraw-Hill. (Reprinted from
DEC recommended practices: A comprehensive guide for practical application
, 2005, pp. 1-35.
focus on how individuality can contribute to the group
more than one way to gather interest
reflection on practices can lead to bettering a child