Curriculum reflection

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Curriculum reflection

  1. 1. Reflection First, I carefully observed the children .I found that theywere excited when the leaves were blew off from the trees bywind in the playground. They collected and sorted leaves bydifferent colors and shapes. Then, I planned my project basedon the observation. During the project proceed, I asked thequestions to the children to make sure the children were stillinterested in the topic in circle time. After that, I posted therationale in the center to inform the parents for enhancingchildren’s learning. In the whole process, the children arealways in the center. Vygotsky’s theory influenced my interaction with thechildren. He states, “Adults need to scaffold children’s learningby asking questions, giving hints.” (Professor Cadieux week 1handout).When I did my activities with the children, I askedthem open-ended questions. For example, I asked one boy,“Can you tell me what you have known about leaves?.” Children and I learned about the world in inquiry ways.When we have the question: why do leaves change color?, Iwent to internet and found the answer. As a citizen, we can useinquiry ways to question the world in order to discover anddevelop the new technology.

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