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self actulaization
self-esteem
belonging
safety
psyological
Maslow's hierarchy of Needs
infantacy to 2 years
infants explore and learn environment through their senses
sensorimotor stage
classroom managment as a process of controlling student behavior by punishment, sarcism, harsh desist, places fear in students
NOT A GOOD APPROACH
Intimidation classroom
pre-reading
reading
responding
exploring
applying
reading process
carefully selected collection of a students work designed to provide the opportunity to make very specific kinds of assessment "best work" and "growth learning process"
portfolios
u.s. supreme court ruled that separating children "from others of similar age on solely on race generates a feeling of inferiority and affects minds/hearts and should never be done
brown vs board of education topeka 1954
work distinguishing schooling from education and his concern/stages of development. French philosopher who believes a childs needs and interests should be the focus of a curriculum
Jean-Jacques Rousseau
7-11 years old
develop and use more sophisticated concepts and mental operations can understand numbers and process relationships
concrete operational
consists of breaking down words into the smallest phonetic units-phonemes and stringing them together to form words independent of the word meanings.
phonics
teachers present their students with a general rule and then help them identify particular examples and applications of the rule
deductive reasoning
integration of students with disablilities into the classroom
mainstreaming inclusion
2 to 7 years old
children begin to organize and understand environment through language and concepts
pre-opertaional stage
established the kindergarten as an integral part of a childs education. Founded the first kindergarten
Friedrich Frorbel
teachers help thier students draw tentative generalizations after having observed specific instances of a phonemenan
inductive reasoning
established free public schools and opportunities of poor as wealthy Americans. wanted to improve the quality of American life.
Horace Mann
integration of students with disablilities into the classroom
mainstreaming inclusion
2 to 7 years old
children begin to organize and understand environment through language and concepts
pre-opertaional stage
established the kindergarten as an integral part of a childs education. Founded the first kindergarten
Friedrich Frorbel
teachers help thier students draw tentative generalizations after having observed specific instances of a phonemenan
inductive reasoning
established free public schools and opportunities of poor as wealthy Americans. wanted to improve the quality of American life.
Horace Mann
integration of students with disablilities into the classroom
mainstreaming inclusion
2 to 7 years old
children begin to organize and understand environment through language and concepts
pre-opertaional stage
established the kindergarten as an integral part of a childs education. Founded the first kindergarten
Friedrich Frorbel
teachers help thier students draw tentative generalizations after having observed specific instances of a phonemenan
inductive reasoning
established free public schools and opportunities of poor as wealthy Americans. wanted to improve the quality of American life.
Horace Mann
theory of cognitive development Piaget observed that at different age levels, children see the world in diferent ways.
Jean Piaget
teaching sound-symbol correspondences and spelling rules
Phonics
awareness of one's own thinking while performing various tasks and operations. Enables students to monitor and contol thier commitment and attitudes
Metacognition
11 to 15 years old and continues through adulthood
highest level of mental development starts level of adult abstract thinking
formal opertaions
structure
question
respond
React
Pedagogical cycle