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1.) the best example of an embedded learning experience is a.) counting from one to 20 just to practice b.) saying the alphabet while a teacher points to the letters c.) counting out napkins for each child at snack time. d.) tracing letters on a worksheet. would the answer be b.saying the alphabet while the teacher points to the letters be correct?

2.) an effective teacher in an inclusive early childhood classroom a.) has a lot of special education training b.) is also a therapist c.) has experience with all disabilities d.) is knowledgeable about child development is the correct answer d.) is knowledgeable about child development correct?

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    I agree with your second answer, but not with your first.

    http://embeddedinstruction.net/what-embedded-instruction-early-learning

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    thank you !
    would d.) tracing letters be correct?

  • early childhood - ,

    No. As I understand it, embedded learning is learning while performing a routine task. That would include counting out napkins. Another favorite example is the children counting the number of kids each day in their room while taking attendance.

  • early childhood - ,

    i read it, thank u its routines so counting napkins sounds the best which is snack time routine c.) thank u so much!

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    You're very welcome.

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