Select activities to focus on play, exploration, and constructive approaches to learning math. #5006


Select activities to focus on play, exploration, and constructive approaches to learning math.

Enhance math skills through play, exploration, and constructive approaches. Explore educational activities that promote learning math in an engaging way. Ideal for early childhood education and child care centers.

Trainings incorporating this outcome


120 hours courses
IACET accredited logo 12 CEUs
online
4.6/5
$400
IACET accredited logo 12 CEUs
online
4.8/5
$400

102 hours courses

45 hours courses
IACET accredited logo 4.5 CEUs
online
4.6/5
$399

3 hours courses
IACET accredited logo 0.3 CEUs
online
4.5/5
$24

Related Outcomes

  1. List activities to focus on play, exploration, and constructive approaches to learning math
  2. Give examples of activities to focus on play, exploration, and constructive approaches to learning math
  3. Demonstrate understanding of how learning occurs in children and the role of play in learning
  4. Identify materials and activities to promote learning in the outdoor classroom.
  5. Demonstrate understanding of the major and current approaches to theories of child development and learning
  6. Demonstrate an understanding of approaches to learning
  7. Identify strategies to promote play in the early childhood learning environment
  8. Recognize theory and theorist in relation to child development and approaches to learning.
  9. Demonstrate an understanding of how the environment and selected materials promote learning
  10. Define active play in the early childhood classroom and describe its benefits for young children.
  11. Identify resources to help children discover, learn, and experience in a natural play environment.
  12. Recognize ways to incorporate learning activities in the classroom that would normalize breastfeeding.
  13. Identify and explain the major components of the major and current approaches to development and learning
  14. Identify strategies to promote play in the early childhood learning environment.
  15. Demonstrate an understanding of approaching parents as equal partners in learning.
  16. The participant will be able to understand the major and current approaches to theories of child development and learning
  17. Identify and contemplate bias and explore anti-bias approaches that support working with children and families.
  18. Identify activities that promote emergent learning and development.

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