Define the Cycle of Inquiry and how it can be used to plan emergent curriculum. #4512


Define the Cycle of Inquiry and how it can be used to plan emergent curriculum.

Learn how the Cycle of Inquiry can be utilized to effectively plan emergent curriculum in early childhood education and child care centers. Understand the definition of an emergency and the legal requirements surrounding emergency preparedness for child care professionals. Enhance your knowledge and skills in creating a safe and comprehensive learning environment for young children.

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Related Outcomes

  1. Define what is an emergency and the legal requirements for emergency preparedness for child care professionals.
  2. Define Emergency Preparedness and Response Planning
  3. Use developed methods to teach children a large body of general knowledge that supports emerging math skills
  4. Identify information on State approved curriculums and the Maryland Preschool Curriculum
  5. Demonstrate an understanding of emergent curriculum.
  6. Identify the components of a lesson plan using WIPPEA.
  7. Explain the historical context of emergent curriculum from its origins in the Reggio Emilia approach.
  8. Identify safety considerations for building, physical premises, and transportation and plan for emergency response.
  9. Explain an Individual Family Support Plan and/or and Individual Education Plan
  10. Define how does using sign language and English in tandem are effective teaching tools.
  11. Describe additional provisions to the emergency preparedness plan
  12. Demonstrate understanding of considerations before completing an emergency preparedness plan.
  13. Produce an emergency preparedness plan
  14. Demonstrate understanding of the components of a plan to respond to emergency situations
  15. Demonstrate understanding of the components of an emergency preparedness plan.
  16. Describe the components of an emergency preparedness plan for child care facilities
  17. Identify required emergency documentation
  18. Define the meaning of professionalism in child care.
  19. Give examples of strategies caregivers can use to prevent biting.
  20. Define differentiated instruction in early childhood education and describe how it may look in the classroom.

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