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EC Vocab

Ch. 9 EC Vocab

Environment All those conditions that affects children's surroundings and the people in them; Physical, interpersonal, and temporal of an early childhood setting.
Temporal Having to do with and time sequences in the early childhood setting, refers to scheduling and how time is sequenced and spent at home and at school.
Staff-To Child Ration A numerical description of the number of staff to children.
Anti-Bias A phrase describing the developmental of curriculum that emphasize and inclusive look at people and problems.
Self-Help The act of helping or providing for oneself without dependence of others.
Autonomy The state of being able to exist and operate independently, of being self-efficient rather than dependent on others.
Least Restrictive LRE is special education term meaning that the child should be educated in the environment that is least different from a regular classroom.
Accommodations Alterations in the way tasks are presented or activities experienced that allow children with learning disabilities to compete the as other children.
Interest Areas Centers in a classroom or yard that are organized for learning or experiences that will interest children.
Learning Centers Areas of a classroom or yard that are organized to draw attention to specific objects or an activity.
Routines Regular procedures, habitual, repeated or regular parts of the school day, early childhood programs. A schedule that remains constant.
Transition A change from one state or activity to another.
Interpersonal Relating to, or involving relationships with, or other people; Those parts of the environment that have to do with the people in a school setting
Created by: Busch15