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  • 1. The Programming Cycle Observe Reflect Research Implement Plan 12/02/11 ED 120 Created by Joanne McDoanld
  • 2. Practitioner Roles
    • Understands how children grow and develop.
    • Plans experiences that support the development of the child.
    • Treats each child with respect.
    • Dietze, B. (2006). Foundations of Early Childhood Education p. 173
    12/02/11 ED 120 Created by Joanne McDoanld
  • 3. Approaches To Planning
    • Developmental Approach    
    • Focuses on development of the whole child with special consideration of developing skills.
    • (SPLICE)
    • S ocial
    • P hysical
    • L anguage
    • I ntellectual
    • C reative
    • E motional
    12/02/11 ED 120 Created by Joanne McDoanld
  • 4. Social
    • behavior, empathy, friends, family, community, family, manners etc.
    12/02/11 ED 120 Created by Joanne McDoanld
  • 5. Physical
    • small motor, large motor, sensory, co-ordination, balance, etc.
    12/02/11 ED 120 Created by Joanne McDoanld
  • 6. Language
    • vocabulary, listening, reading, writing, etc.
    12/02/11 ED 120 Created by Joanne McDoanld
  • 7. Intellectual/Cognitive
    • memory, concept formation, comparing, measuring, problem solving, etc.
    12/02/11 ED 120 Created by Joanne McDoanld
  • 8. Creative
    • self – expression, individuality, creating, developing, designing, etc.
    12/02/11 ED 120 Created by Joanne McDoanld
  • 9. Emotional
    • feelings, self-concept, empathy, etc.
    12/02/11 ED 120 Created by Joanne McDoanld
  • 10. Developmental Approach cont.
    • This approach primarily organizes activities that help children acquire competence in the different areas of development.
    12/02/11 ED 120 Created by Joanne McDoanld
  • 11. Developmental Approach cont.
    • This approach encourages opportunities for children to explore, to discover, and build on their own interests.
    • Although you may plan activities to focus on one developmental area, other areas of development will be effected
    12/02/11 ED 120 Created by Joanne McDoanld
  • 12. Early Learning Experience Centres 12/02/11 ED 120 Created by Joanne McDoanld
  • 13. Programming Approaches cont.
    • 2. Emergent programming
    • 3. Project based programming
    • 4. Thematic based programming
    12/02/11 ED 120 Created by Joanne McDoanld
  • 14. References
    • Dietze, B. (2006). Foundations of early childhood education. Toronto: Pearson Canada.
    • Dietze, B. & Kashin, D. (2012). Playing and learning in early childhood education. Toronto: Pearson Canada.
    12/02/11 ED 120 Created by Joanne McDoanld