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  • The Bank StreetApproach Kreanne C. Pagdanganan II-2 BECED
  • • cognitive theorist such as Piagetand those who are concerned with the development of age strength• the ability to deal effectively with the environment such as Freud and Erickson.• both intellectual and social-emotional development• synonymous with open educated
  • • help to understand what they really know in more depth• childrens own experiences are the bases of this approach• curriculum must be remain open and flexible
  • The Environment• arranged into conventional interest such as music, art, reading, science and dramatic play• area is clearly defined by the materials it contains• many of those materials are handmade (e.g. books)
  • The Curriculum• curriculum and functioning of the classroom must be integrated• based on unifying theme• early experiences in this classroom are designed to help children to master their school environment• learning is extended to the community
  • The Teachers• relies on the abilities of the competent teachers• teachers role both teaching and guidance is to recognize nuances in the children• through their sensibility and to make changes as to appropriate• recognizes the importance of helping the children to develop a strong sense of self
  • • teachers match the types and variety of materials and experiences they provide to childrens changing needs• understand young childrens immature control over their impulses and provide rules that protect and build on positive motivation rather than on arbitrary, authoritarian control