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  • DAP's allow teachers to create a learning environment that is conducive to optimal learning and development for every student by knowing each student's stage of development. This helps teachers create achievable learning goals for each student.
  • Developmentally Appropriate Practices; What do they do?
  • 2. Teaching to enhance development and learning. 3.Planning curriculum to achieve important goals. 4. Assessing Children's development and learning. 5. Establishing reciprocal relationships with families.
  • Knowing about child development and learning.
  • Knowing what is individually appropriate.
  • What are the 3 core considerations of DAP?
  • Knowing what is culturally appropriate.
  • 12 Principles of Child Development and Learning: 1.All areas are important. 2.Learning & development follow sequences. 3. Proceed at varying rates. 4. Result from an interaction of maturation and experience. 5. Early experiences have profound effects. 6. Development proceeds toward greater complexity, self-regulation, and symbolic or representational capacities. 7. Children develop best when they have secure relationships. 8. Development and learning occur in and are influenced by multiple social and cultural contexts. 9. Children learn in a variety of ways. 10. Play is an important vehicle for developing self-regulation and promoting language, cognition, and social competence. 11. Development and learning advance when children are challenged. 12. Children's experiences shape their motivation and approaches to learning.
  • What are 5 guidelines for effective teaching? The first one is creating a caring community of learners.
  • 10 Effective DAP Teaching Strategies. 1. Acknowledge 2. Encourage 3. Give specific feedback 4. Model 5. Demonstrate 6. Create or add challenge 7. Ask questions 8. Give assistance 9. Provide information 10. Give directions
  • Yes. By getting to know families the teacher is able to gain background information about students which is important to build a community in the classroom and provide a student with meaningful experiences.
  • Yes. I think it's important for teachers to know where each student is developmentally. By knowing this information teachers are able to create a curriculum that is challenging yet developmentally appropriate for students.
  • Do you think it is important for teachers to provide developmentally appropriate practices in his or her classroom?
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