Teachers Aide/Early Childhood Education and After-
11. The most common early childhood program in the United States is A. the eclectic model. C. DISTAR. B. the Montessori model. D. the Froebelian model. I have no idea. There is really only a few sentences that would lead me to believe that the Froebelian model would be the ...
16. When planning activities for an after-school day care program, the teacher aide should provide A. drill and thinking activities that carry over from the school curriculum. B. activities that are highly structured and demanding. C. a choice of activities that foster ...
the most rigidly structured early childhood program disussed in this study unit is ? (a)head start (b)the eclectic model (c)the montessori model (d)DISTAR I cannot figure this one out ,i know it is not head start .can someone please help me
8. When resolving conflicts between students in an after-school program, the teacher aide should A. give attention to the aggressor first. B. let children discuss their differences with each other. C. never use a “time-out” corner. D. separate and isolate the children ...
which of the following is typically NOT a role fulfilled b general early childhood classroom teachers? Teaching children communicating with families diagnosing learning disabilites engaging in professional development**
a good activity for a childs cognitive development is ? (a)listening and repeat games (b)self help practice (c)circle time (d)sequencing and ordering (my answer) according to this study unit an acceptable adult to child ratio for schools teaching five year old is? (a)1adult to...
what are some barriers teachers face when doing an observation on each child in he class?
Teachers in child care centers should meet which of the following educational qualifications? A. High school graduate B. High school graduate with some college course work in child development or early childhood education C. Two to four years of college (associate’s or ...
Discuss the challenges teachers might face in orchestrating play for children with special needs
Describe nine elements of daily structure recommended for early childhood program.
An activity center is an area where A. teachers conduct creative activites. B. children participate in active play. C. children and teachers plan the schedule for a day. D. children work on their own with little supervision. I think the answer is D but want to be sure.
All the following are reasons record keeping is essential to good early childhood program EXCEPT:
Could you please help 2. One of the primary concerns of child advocacy groups is A. the need to provide more supervisory care for children. B. providing children with sports, games, and arts and crafts activities. C. the problem of low wages for early childhood educators. D. ...
Factors that support the need for a more family-centered approach to education include an increase in the divorce rates and the: a.)increasing numbers of immigrant families. b.)need for children to respect their elders. c.)federal legislation that forces early childhood ...
which of the following is not a characteristic that an early childhood educaton professional should have? Postive attitude sense of humor carelessness ** Self-regulation
To be an effective worker in an inclusive early childhood classroom you
24. What is the first step in planning an early childhood education environment? A. Deciding how the environment will reflect program goals and values B. Obtaining adequate liability insurance C. Planning how the environment will match children's interests, developmental ...
2. ________ was the more effective policy in reducing the risk for injury and fatality in the early childhood setting according to a recent study. (1 point) Requiring teachers to have more experience Requiring directors to have more experience Requiring teachers to have more ...
A longitudinal study based on observations in the same childcare centers in three California communities from 1994 to 2000 revealed that __________ percent of the teachers were women. a.60 b.70 c.87 d.97 b. 70 is my answer
who administers the roman catholis schools in a diocese? the religious community director of education parents board of education elected by church members
One reason early childhood education centers have become increasingly important providers of health education is that A.schools are more sanitary than 70percent of home environments. B. younger, healthier teachers and classroom aides have emereged. c. physical education ...
One reason early childhood education centers have become increasingly important providers of health education is that A. younger, healthier teachers and classroom aides have emerged. B. schools are more sanitary than 70 percent of home environments. C. working parents are ...
How have the theories of Erikson, Maslow, Piaget, and Vygotsky been applied to childhood classrooms?
The Montessori program stresses the importance of
For my early childhood education final exam/Ideas? My teacher said i have to create my child and choose 1 out? For my early childhood education final exam/Ideas? My teacher said i have to create my child and choose 1 out of 5 (ADHD,Aspergers syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, and ...
describe two problems with how special education fits into standards-based reform
What examples of apprenticeships can you think of in infancy, early childhood, middle childhood, early adolescence and late adolescence?
What is the goal of early childhood science education?
which type of afterschhol game is usually most successful with young children? (a)highly structured group games (b)noncompetitive physical games (my answer) (c)indivual quiet games (d)educational reading and writing games one of the primary concerns of child advocacy groups is...
Early childcare education professionals teach children for birth to age 3 age 3 to 6 age 3 to 8 birth to age 8** Child care centers and family child care homes provide care and educations under federal regulations**?? in cooperation with local school districks for children of ...
One of Rudolph Dreikur's contributions to the field of early childhood education is his belief that? A. All behavior is goal directed. B.There's a difference between behavior and misbehavior I think it's A,am I correct
States must search for and locate children with disabilities through: A. Child Find. B. Zero Reject. C. Due Process. D. Appropriate Education.
The fundamental purpose of early childhood education should be to a) prepare children for continuing later success in elementary school. B) foster growth of developmental sequences c) foster competence in dealing with life .is letter c) correct?
in a classroom the teacher or teacher aide should? (a)allow children time to choose their own materials or activities in which to participate(my answer) (b)provide as much structure in the curiculum as possible (c)allow for as much variety as possible in the daily classroom ...
Why should teachers avoid holiday crafts in the early childhood setting?
The reason teachers need to know what constitutes typical ages and growth sequences is because:
lesson 1 reading assignments
children with experiences with stories
What is the purpose of Early Childhood Education?
Describe nine elements of daily structure recommended for any early childhood program.
early childhood professionals know that the beginning step in assisting non-mainstream children to develop literate style oral language is to:
what is thematic fantasy role play
We show we value families when we do which of the following?
I have to invent a fictional character and do charts on them from infancy to early childhood,middle and late childhood adolescence, and early adulthood. I have to give this character a name , race, gender and parents. I will have to find pictures to portray my character at all...
children with a language or speech disorde are A)sometimes suffering from an aphasia.(my answer) B)always learing challenged. C)able to receive special help only after the third grade. D)unable to use communication boards. can someone please check if this is right please
What is an example of how to assess childrens understanding of numbers
Whast determime(s)a child's readiness for reading.
Define positive peace, and situational violence?
Summarize your findings that teachers might face in orchestrating play for children with special needs
how can Brain Development Research Influence Early Childhood Curriculum
why would a teacher check the chests and backs of children
Give an example of putting DAP into practice.
how would I start a formal outline on early childhood education/ intervention
Issues surrounding the occurrence of violent play in the classroom
What are some ways that could create an encouraging classroom?
What are some ways that could create an encouraging classroom?
What kinds of stress do families who live in poverty encounter
Teachers usually ask more of this type of question even if it is NOT recommended: A. convergent. B. divergent. C. open-ended. D. recall.
What must teachers consider when striving to support children’s experience and sense of self in the early childhood classroom?
an emotional response created by the separation between teachers and parents is the fear that the teachers will replace the parents in their children's affections. describe the conflicting emotions the parent may have that contribute to this fear including two negative ...
21) T/F. Reflection is an important element for children in an early childhood portfolio. 22) T/F. Rotating and changing areas and materials in the room creates insecurity in the children. 23) T/F. Rubrics are not an appropriate use of self-assessment in early childhood. 24) ...
how can friends and teachers help parents deal with issues of attachment? This site has some helpful suggestions. (Broken Link Removed)
Discuss the challenges teachers might face in orchestrating play for children withspecial needs be specific and provide examples
At What Age Does Exercise Begin To Result In Strength In Boys And Girls?
the mirror image activity described in your textbook is an example of a/an
at what age does exercise begin to result in strength in boys and girls?
How do childhood Education centres provide quality care to their caregivers.
Day care professionals and teachers reinforce the importance of responding to literature as a pleasurable experience by: A. having the child retell the story after reading. B. asking “yes/no” questions after reading the story. C. asking specific recall questions about ...
1.you should serve meals and snacks for young children? (a|)at the same time daily (my answer) (b)only when the children are hungry (c)in a complety quiet atmosphere (d)at a different time everyday 2.children often use parallel play as a way to ? (a)develop their social skills...
at what age does exercise begin to result in strength in boys and girls?
which type diapers meet the American Health Association's standards?
Of the following tasks performed outside the classroom,which is the MOST time-consuming?
A poem that does not ryme is called: a. free verse. b. narrative. c. a lyric. d. nonfiction.
A ________ is an in-depth look at a particular child at a specific point in time.
Why is it wise to avoid a struggle with a child about conforming to a particular routine?
Why does it matter that math materials are either open-ended or self-correcting?
Name 5 other challenging behaviors in addition to biting that children may exhibit.
1. Early childhood program transitions: A. Are all basically the same B. Are private family issues C. Require team collaboration D. Are most important in kindergarten........... I choose A........... Can someone please check my answer
Noted early childhood experts worry that preschool reading-skill instruction activities may: A. reduce play time. B. intimidate parents. C. accelerate mental growth. D. lead kindergartners My answer A please help
Whats two resources designed to assist teachers in constructively dealing with childrens challenging behaviors like biting, hitting, aggressive,etc?
Children's behavior is at once specific and: a.)fragmented b.)integrated c.)inappropriate d.)disjointed
a child who has to struggle to climb into a chair is confronting a/an ____________ hazard
which one of the following examples is the first step in the cognitive process called categorization
5. Meals and snacks for young children should be served A. at the same time daily. B. only when the children are hungry. C. in a completely quiet atmosphere. D. only by adults. My answer is A Please help
Which of the following should not account for rapid gain in overall brain size after birth. a. number of neurons b.swelling due to rapid muscle growth c. The growth of dendrite trees d. myelinization I chose answer a.
Discuss the challenges teachers might face in orchestrating play for children with special needs. Be specific and provide examples. Summarize your findings.
what should early childhood teachers do when children are interested in exploring frightening topics
Early childhood encompasses three of the four Piagetian stages. Which one of the stages is NOT reached during early childhood? A. Preoperational B. Concrete operational C. Sensorimotor D. Formal operations IS D the correct answer
How could a teacher introduce additional science activities or materials related to children own spontaneous play.
the test to measure one's intelligence in the area of motivation, persistence,self-control, and handling relationships
typically when paired with a boy in a laboratory play session a two year old girl os likely to
THE LARGEST NON PROFLT ASSOCIATION IN THE UNITED STATES REPRESENTION EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION IS THE
how can books of different holiday cultures be used to promote anti-bias education in the early childhood classroom?
What resource do content standards provide to early childhood programs? A. The basis for what teachers can reasonably be expected to know and do in the program over time B. The basis for what children can reasonably be expected to know and do in the program over time C. The ...
the movie called dead poeats society? In what areas does robin williams style reflect effective teaching?
Role playing would be an appropriate social studies activity for A. school-agers. B. preschoolers. C. toddlers. D. infants.
11. As a teacher aide in an ESL classroom, it’s within your responsibilities to A. meet with parents one-on-one to discuss their child’s progress. B. provide language translation for the teacher when requested. C. determine when an ESL student is ready to be mainstreamed ...
Miss Powell's early childhood student are from American,French, and Japanese families whose head of household hold management,professional and executive level jobs. These families have chosen this early learning center because of its excellent reputation for teaching english ...
what is considered normal cognitive development of each of the following infancy, early childhood, middle childhood, early adolescense, and late adolescense. I need help because i do not know what to write and i need 2oo-300 words