Prof. Ţuca Maria<br />
PROMOTED AN IMPORTANT CURRICULUM CONCEPTS<br />
PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT, HEALTH AND PERSONAL HYGIENE<br />
GLOBAL APPROACH TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHILD<br />Developmentphysical and health<br />Language developmentand communica...
DEVELOPMENT SOCIO-EMOTIONAL<br />DEVELOPMENT <br />SOCIAL<br />DEVELOPMENTEMOTIONAL<br />Developmentskillsinteraction with...
CAPACITIES AND ATTITUDES TO LEARNING<br />Skills and attitudeslearning<br />Curiosity and interest<br />Initiative<br />Pe...
LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT, COMMUNICATION AND READING AND WRITING PREMISES<br />LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT, COMMUNICATION AND READING ...
COGNITIVE AND KNOWLEDGE OF THE WORLD<br />
INTEGRATED PERSPECTIVE SMALL CHILDREN IN THE SERVICE FOR<br />Integrated perspective involves the collaboration of all ser...
CHILD-CENTERED EDUCATION<br />Compliancerateindividualdevelopmentchild<br />Know and respect the child's individual needs ...
CHILD-CENTERED EDUCATION<br />
EXPERIENTIAL AREAS<br />Experiential areas: learning experiences in areas of interdisciplinaryknowledge<br />1.  Field of ...
EXPERIENTIAL AREAS<br /><ul><li>  Each area proposed experiential learning experiences using knowledge and skills of a cir...
INTEGRATED TEACHING<br />Six general themes combine knowledge, skills and abilities in several areas of experiential and a...
INTEGRATED TEACHING<br />
TYPES OF CURRICULUM INTEGRATED - FOGARTY<br />
Experiential activities areas: <br />thematic activities involving learning experiences in several areas experiential expe...
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Curriculum early education for children

  1. 1. Prof. Ţuca Maria<br />
  2. 2. PROMOTED AN IMPORTANT CURRICULUM CONCEPTS<br />
  3. 3. PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT, HEALTH AND PERSONAL HYGIENE<br />
  4. 4. GLOBAL APPROACH TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHILD<br />Developmentphysical and health<br />Language developmentand communication<br />Developmentcognitive<br />Developmentglobal<br />Developmentsocio-emotional<br />Skills and attitudeslearning<br />
  5. 5. DEVELOPMENT SOCIO-EMOTIONAL<br />DEVELOPMENT <br />SOCIAL<br />DEVELOPMENTEMOTIONAL<br />Developmentskillsinteraction with adults<br />Developmentself-concept<br />Development socio-emotional<br />Developmentselfemotional<br />developmentskills interactionchildren close age<br />Developmentexpressivenessemotional<br />Acceptance andrespect for diversity<br />Developmentbehaviorpro-social<br />
  6. 6. CAPACITIES AND ATTITUDES TO LEARNING<br />Skills and attitudeslearning<br />Curiosity and interest<br />Initiative<br />Persistence in activities<br />Creativity<br />
  7. 7. LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT, COMMUNICATION AND READING AND WRITING PREMISES<br />LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT, COMMUNICATION AND READING AND WRITING PREMISES<br />LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT, COMMUNICATION <br />Developing the capacity of listening and understanding (receptivecommunication)Capacity development of speech and communication (expressivecommunication)<br />READING AND WRITING PREMISES <br />Participation in the book experience, knowledge and appreciation cărţiiiBuilding the phonetic discrimination, sound association - pointAwareness Speak / writeAcquiring writing skills, using writing to send a message<br />
  8. 8. COGNITIVE AND KNOWLEDGE OF THE WORLD<br />
  9. 9. INTEGRATED PERSPECTIVE SMALL CHILDREN IN THE SERVICE FOR<br />Integrated perspective involves the collaboration of all services for the infantto its educational needs, care and protection.<br />
  10. 10. CHILD-CENTERED EDUCATION<br />Compliancerateindividualdevelopmentchild<br />Know and respect the child's individual needs and interests<br />Children's rights<br />Compliancespecificitylearningyoung ages(play, exploration,experimentation)<br />Types andformsactivitiesused<br />By<br />Moduleorganizationprogramdaily<br />
  11. 11. CHILD-CENTERED EDUCATION<br />
  12. 12. EXPERIENTIAL AREAS<br />Experiential areas: learning experiences in areas of interdisciplinaryknowledge<br />1. Field of aesthetic and creative2. Field of man and society3. Language and communication sciences4. The psycho-motor<br />
  13. 13. EXPERIENTIAL AREAS<br /><ul><li> Each area proposed experiential learning experiences using knowledge and skills of a circumscribed area of ​​knowledge. This Domeni itself isinterdisciplinary.- Therefore, activities that offer learning experiences to be a single domainor multiple domains experiential experiential activities are interdisciplinary.- As the figure indicates, there may be activities that combine two, three or more  experiential areas.- The combination of these areas is facilitated by organizing experiential content</li></ul> on the six general themes proposed by the curriculum.<br />
  14. 14. INTEGRATED TEACHING<br />Six general themes combine knowledge, skills and abilities in several areas of experiential and allow the involvement of several areas of development<br />Who is / are?<br />How is / was and will be here on earth?<br />When / how and what happens?<br />Who and how plan / organize an activity?<br />What and how I want to be?<br />What and how to express what we feel?<br />
  15. 15. INTEGRATED TEACHING<br />
  16. 16. TYPES OF CURRICULUM INTEGRATED - FOGARTY<br />
  17. 17. Experiential activities areas: <br />thematic activities involving learning experiences in several areas experiential experiential or field (which isinterdisciplinary) that can be carried out in the form of projects or activities that combine several forms of organization: individual, group, pairs, front.<br />A<br />Games and activities selected: <br />selected activities for children with various options available for games and activities.<br />. <br />B<br />ANY ACTIVITY IN THE GARDEN IS A LEARNING EXPERIENCE<br />Personal development activities: routines, transitions, optional activities,activities during the afternoon.<br />All kinds of activities are different times of the daily schedule of all children inkindergarten and is learning opportunities in the most natural child.<br />

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