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ECE DISCUSSIONS

  

Planning and the   Domains of Development [WLOs: 1, 2] [CLOs: 3, 4]

Prior to beginning work on this discussion, review the ECE203 Case Studies  (Links to an external site.)and select one that looks interesting to you. To be an effective early childhood educator in the United States today, it is imperative that you are able to adapt curriculum and instruction to meet each and every child’s varied needs across each developmental domain, regardless of the age of the children. This discussion builds on the Week 1 discussion about creating trust with students, and further prepares you to design for each and every child’s success in your classroom, which is a component of the Final Project in Week 5.

For your discussion, you will create a developmentally appropriate activity that enhances one domain of development (cognitive, physical, affective, or language) for one of the children in the case study examples. An example activity for this discussion is located in the Week 2 Instructor Guidance.

To prepare for this discussion,

· Read the article The Case of Brain Science and Guided Play: A Developing Story (Links to an external site.) and the Where We Stand on Professional Preparation Standards (Links to an external site.)

· Review the Week 2 Weekly Guidance.

· Choose one child from the case study examples you reviewed.

For your initial post,

· Design an activity for your selected case study child. Your post should include the following:

o The name and age of the child as indicated in the case study you chose.

o A description of the setting the instruction will take place in (e.g., childcare center, classroom).

o The goal of the activity, including which domain it is geared towards.

o The materials necessary to support student learning for the activity.

o The procedure for how the activity will be implemented. This section of your response must be at least one full paragraph and provide a substantial description of the procedure.

o A description of specifically how your activity aligns with NAEYC’s article The Case of Brain Science and Guided Play: A Developing Story (Links to an external site.) and the importance of play in the early childhood learning environment.

  

Developmentally   Appropriate Assessment [WLOs: 1, 2] [CLOs: 1, 2, 3]

According to Jaruszewicz (2019), a primary goal of a developmentally appropriate approach to assessment is to inform practices so that the curriculum you implement matches the developmental needs and interests of the children in your classroom. As part of our ability to effectively assess and utilize those assessments, it is important to remember that informal assessments are a key part of the assessment process in early childhood education. Informal assessments must match our curriculum goals, should actively involve children and families, focus on change and growth over time, and happen in real time in the classroom or care setting (Jaruszewicz, 2019). According to NAEYC’s guidelines for developmentally appropriate practices (2009), the job of an early childhood educator has five connected components, as illustrated in the following image:

To prepare for this discussion,

· Read Chapters 5 and 12 in your course text.

· Read pages 16–23 in the resource Developmentally Appropriate Practice in Early Childhood Programs Serving Children From Birth Through Age 8 (Links to an external site.).

· Read the resource Early Childhood Assessment (Links to an external site.).

· Review the Week 3 Instructor Guidance

· Review the several commonly used informal assessments noted in Table 12.3 of the course text.

For your initial post,

· Select one informal assessment from Table 12.3 of the text.

· Discuss why you feel it is an effective form of assessment to use in your future role as an educator.

· As an educator, imagine you have just administered the assessment. Describe how specifically you will use this measurement to make instructional decisions about curriculum. Support your choices with the course text.

· Explain how you will share the assessment results with families considering the following:

o How you will communicate with them (e.g., email, phone call, etc.).

o How you will explain the results.

o The ways your approach is inclusive of family, culture and individual differences.

Required Resources

Required Text

Jaruszewicz, C. (2019). Curriculum and methods for early childhood educators [Electronic version]. Retrieved from https://content.ashford.edu/

· Chapter 4: Curriculum and Development

· Chapter 6: What Are My Responsibilities as a Planner?

· Chapter 7: Approaches to Learning: Exploratory Play and Creative Arts

  • Chapter 5: Curriculum as a      Collaboration With Families and the Community
  • Chapter 12: Evaluation and      Assessment of Learning and Programs

Articles

Hassinger-Das, B., Hirsh-Pasek, K., & Golinkoff, R. M. (2017). The case of brain science and guided play: A developing story (Links to an external site.). Retrieved from https://www.naeyc.org/resources/pubs/yc/may2017/case-brain-science-guided-play

· This resource provides information about play in early childhood and is required for your Planning for Domains of Development discussion this week.
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NAEYC. (2009). Where we stand on professional preparation standards (Links to an external site.). Retrieved from https://www.naeyc.org/sites/default/files/globally-shared/downloads/PDFs/resources/position-statements/2009%20Where%20We%20Stand%20Standards%20rev%204_12.pdf

· This article summarizes each of the six of NAEYC professional preparation standards. This resource will help you complete the Planning for Domains of Development discussion.
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NAEYC. (2009). Developmentally appropriate practice in early childhood programs serving children from birth through age 8 (Links to an external site.). Retrieved from https://www.naeyc.org/sites/default/files/globally-shared/downloads/PDFs/resources/position-statements/PSDAP.pdf

  • This article outlines NAEYC’s      stance on developmentally appropriate practices with young children,      including the guidelines for developmentally appropriate practice, and      will assist you in your Developmentally Appropriate Assessment discussion      this week.
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Recommended Resources

Articles

Almon, J. (2013, September/October). It’s playtime: The value of play in early education, and how to get teachers on board (Links to an external site.). Retrieved from http://www.naesp.org/principal-septemberoctober-2013-early-learning/it-s-playtime

· This resource provides information about play in early childhood and may assist you in your Planning for Domains of Development discussion this week.
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Clarke, G.-A. (2016, March 20). 20 DAP checklist questions for teachers (Links to an external site.) [Blog post]. Retrieved from http://www.naeyc.org/blogs/20-dap-checklist-questions-teachers

· This resource provides information on planning developmentally appropriate activities in the classroom or center. This resource may support you as you complete your Developmentally Appropriate Practices Assignment this week.
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Web Page

NAEYC. (n.d.). Articles for families on play (Links to an external site.). Retrieved from https://www.naeyc.org/our-work/families/play

· This web page provides information about play in early childhood and may assist you in your Planning for Domains of Development discussion this week.
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Resources for Early Learning. (n.d.). Early childhood assessment (Links to an external site.). Retrieved from http://resourcesforearlylearning.org/fm/early-childhood-assessment/ (Links to an external site.)

· This webpage provides information on assessment in early childhood education, including the types of assessments used and why assessment is important. This resource will assist you with your Developmentally Appropriate Assessment discussion this week.
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