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social & cultural context in child-care &educational settings

developmentally appropriate practice planning instruction for preschool children around topics rooted in the children's social world.
portfolios places, such as folders, boxes, or baskets, for keeping all the information know about the children in a class. great tool when have a parent-teacher conference, to show them what the child has done.
accountability specified learning objectives stated in broad behavioral terms, including NCLB-come from theinput/out philosophy of business.
learner outcomes expectations for children performances as defined by professional association, the federal gvt, state legislature, & school districts.
informal evaluation composed of techniques used in these circumstances. activities to solve, fit into the routine of the day.
individualized academic tests formal interviews of children on a topic such as reading or mathematics, teacher not only learns firsthand what the 2nd or 3rd grader knows, but also how he or she approached the task.
webbing an outlining technique that shows graphically or visually the relationships among ideas.cactus-where lines leading from the cactus identify what children know about cacti-plant etc. serves as a document learning.
Regio Emilia holistic community way to develop Early childhood programs that includes all stakeholders- child, parents, teachers, school leaders, & the community at large. fosters children's intellectual dvt through a systematic focus on symbolic rep.
Constructivist perspective a child-centered holistic, problem-solving, investigatory approach to creating curriculum experience. inquiry-based &as emergent curriculum. key component thought-provoking questions.
textbook tests assessment materials published by textbook publishers to accompany their instructional materials. are the materials harmonious w/ the philosophy of education?
standard-based teaching an approach to teaching that requires teachers to coordinate instruction to specified standards or goals.
achievement testing
test prep giving review questions and having children think about the question/problem; then they talk together to compare the answer sharing the combined answer w/ the class.
portfolios servel several important purpose integrating instruction &assessment; providing student, teacher, parent, admin. &other decision-makers w/ essential information about child progress &overall classroom activities; making it possible for children to participate in assessing their own work.
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