ECE 313 Week 5 Final Project

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The Final Project will illustrate how family-centered programs, theories, and concepts support the early childhood classroom and the child’s family. The family-centered approach asserts that family involvement is important for a young child’s cognitive and social development. The Final Project, which will be presented via PowerPoint, will address the following scenario:

You are the director of a preschool program that serves children ages three to five. You are giving a presentation to teachers and parents to encourage partnerships in the education of the whole child. The objective of your presentation is to encourage adaptive skills and to facilitate strategies in which to maximize these abilities that can be taught in the classroom and extended at home. Address the following points:

  1. Self-help skills.
  2. Pro-social skills.
  3. Self-regulation skills.

For each of the three skill-sets:

  1. Explain the desired skills and how they relate to the classroom and home.
  2. Identify and discuss two to three strategies for teaching the skill-set to children in the classroom.
  3. Explain how you will help parents to utilize the strategies to reinforce the desired ability at home.
  4. Identify and describe a resource (either community or web-based) for the parents to use to continue their learningat home.

The PowerPoint presentation must be 18 to 20 slides in length, not including title and reference slides. You are encouraged to creatively address the material by including graphics, visuals, charts, graphs, and/or sound. Slides should be designed to clearly and concisely address the material. The PowerPoint presentation must be formatted according to APA style (i.e., include the title and reference slides and citations within each slide when appropriate.) The notes section of the PowerPoint must be utilized to expand on your presented points. The notes section should also include any additional information necessary to explain or show your point of view. You must also use at least two scholarly sources in addition to the course text and include at least four community resources (with websites included).

Description

ECE 313 Week 5 Final Project,

¨Understand the desired skills and how they relate to class room and home

¨Identify and discuss two to three strategies for teaching the skill to children in class room

¨Parents need to know how to utilize the strategies to reinforce the desired ability at home

¨Identify and describe a resource for the parents to use to continue their learning at home

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Children between the ages 3-5 years old need a lot of guidance and attention from parents and teachers. This is also a stage where children should be assisted in developing various skills that are essential in life. For this reason , family centered approach is advised.

The skills are extensively discussed.

(a)Self help skills .

(b)Pro social skills

(c)Self regulation skills

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Essential  skills in child’s development

¨The skill enable the child to acquire various skills to tackle several challenges

¨They will solve their own challenges at home and school

These are skills that enable them acquire more skills to tackle more challenges that come as they grow up

¨Letting children do their little task and avoid being there to help them all the time.

Allowing children to solve their problems little as they may be like playing and getting different objects for play. Let them get them for themselves

(Collins, Laursen & Hartup, 1999).

¨Teach them how to be independent.

Make them learn slowly that they are forever responsible for their actions and themselves.

 

 

To effectively utilize the strategies, parents should work hand in hand with their teachers so that they can ensure that they have a fruitful relationship. Teachers will always help parents in school to ensure that these skills are effectively reinforced .

ALL PPT SLIDES INCLUDED !!

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