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Integrated Curriculum in Early Childhood Education
Transcript of Integrated Curriculum in Early Childhood Education
History of Curriculum
ex: nested, sequenced, integrated
Project/ problem based
Service Learning Projects
Motivating Students to Learn
Standards and Learning Expectations
Why do we assess?
Types of assessment
formative: more informal, drives instruction
summative: more formal, end of instruction, assesses objectives
Assessment is extremely valuable and important.
Instructional Unit Development
Lesson Development and Teaching Strategies
Small Group Planning and Learning Centers
Transfer Theory and learning
transferring knowledge, skills and abilities from one context to another
application of information from one context to another
make choices based on value
Standards based instruction
CCSS: major shifts
Objectives: measurable and specific- SWBAT
Standards come from national professional organizations
Multidisciplinary approach which involves creating a variety of DAP activities and experiences around a central idea or theme
Build units based off of student's interests. They are great tools to motivate students to learn and reach across multiple content areas
Lecture: least appropriate in ECE
3- ring circus
find opportunities to involve families. Use volunteer sign up sheets, family nights, guest speakers/readers
Family involvement increases academic achievement
8 basic steps for small group instruction
strategies: how will you teach?
Assessment: how will you group students together?
modification/differentiation: who needs this and how?
activity description: What will they be doing
purpose: why are they doing the task
materials/resources: what will they need to use
Extension: how can you build on learning
reflection: what went well? what did not? how can you improve?
The three areas influence trends in curriculum
What I learned: Use what students are interested in to teach them! Make information valuable and relevant to their lives.
The best way to reach all domains and content areas is to integrate. There are multiple models to use to achieve integration!
Include novelty. Use different strategies in order to accommodate students learning styles.