Explain the historical context of emergent curriculum from its origins in the Reggio Emilia approach. #5248


Explain the historical context of emergent curriculum from its origins in the Reggio Emilia approach.

Learn about the historical context of emergent curriculum in early childhood education and child care centers. Understand the major components of current approaches to development and learning, including the Reggio Emilia approach. Explore how these approaches shape educational practices and promote holistic development.

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Related Outcomes

  1. Distinguish between the child-oriented approach and the parent-directed approach
  2. Identify and explain the major components of the major and current approaches to development and learning
  3. Define what is an emergency and the legal requirements for emergency preparedness for child care professionals.
  4. Identify information on State approved curriculums and the Maryland Preschool Curriculum
  5. Define the Cycle of Inquiry and how it can be used to plan emergent curriculum.
  6. Demonstrate an understanding of emergent curriculum.
  7. Define SMART goals and describe its historical context.
  8. Demonstrate an understanding of approaches to learning
  9. Describe ways to analyze classrooms for an anti-bias approach.
  10. Identify materials and equipment for center childcare programs that meet the needs of specific age groups in both shared or permanent space and align with the programs curriculum
  11. Explain the benefits of Observation and Assessment
  12. Demonstrates understanding of an appropriate family child care curriculum
  13. Explain when to report child abuse
  14. Demonstrate understanding of children's general knowledge that supports emerging math skills
  15. Explain safety guidelines involved when planning sensory activities for young children.
  16. Students will be able to explain conversational intent, and inviting consent
  17. The participant will be able to understand the major and current approaches to theories of child development and learning
  18. Explain successful communication skills in early childhood education.
  19. Recognize the importance of music in both child development and curriculum.
  20. Demonstrate ways to help prevent or prepare for emergencies and disasters

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