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A brief and incomplete peak into the experience of Cornerstone Learning Community's early childhood program (pre-k through 3rd grade).

A brief and incomplete peak into the experience of Cornerstone Learning Community's early childhood program (pre-k through 3rd grade).

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    • Early Childhood at CLC
    • What is “Developmentally Appropriate Practice?” (DAP)
    • NAEYC: “DAP is an approach to early childhood education that means teachers meet individual children where they are and help them reach challenging but achievable goals that will support their development and learning.”
    • NAEYC 5 Things to put DAP in place: 1. “Create a caring community 2. Teach to enhance children’s development and learning 3. Plan a curriculum that meets the needs of the children 4. Assess children’s development and learning 5. Partner with families”
    • What is the “Whole Child?”
    • Dimensions of “Whole Child” Well-being: • • • • • Social Emotional Intellectual Physical Spiritual
    • Source: CASEL
    • Self-management & awareness Social Awareness & Relationship Skills
    • Responsible Decision-Making
    • Intellectual Well-Being
    • Social Well-Being
    • Listening, Empathizing, Connecting
    • Real World Contexts
    • Experiential
    • Responsive Academics
    • (Owl Pellet) Exploratory
    • Shared Connections
    • Play-based (Foundation for ethics, work ethic, creativity, & more.)
    • Individual interests
    • Student Centered Values
    • Collaborative Creativity
    • Service
    • Integrated Mathematics
    • Artistic Expression
    • Individualized Instruction
    • Meaningfully challenging
    • Shared Growth
    • Cultivating Essential Skills
    • Physically Engaging
    • “Institutionalized” Individualization
    • Joyful
    • Fun
    • CLC, the Ultimate Early Childhood Experience