DAP Assignment 2

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  • Hey! Did you know that DAP actually stands for Developmentally appropriate practice?
  • Focusing on each child individually and part of a group, DAP promotes helping children learn and develop in a great way.
  • DAP involves teachers creating attainable goals for each child, to match their developmental levels.
  • The DAP serves children like me and even my baby sister to help reduce learning gaps and increase all of our achievement levels!
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  • And don't forget the importance of DAP of creating an improved and better education for even me when I start preschool!
  • DAP Position Statement
  • Even I as a teacher play a huge role, because my knowledge and decision making are very effective in my students education!
  • -All children from birth through 8 years old! -All teachers!
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  • How to best help my student's learn through DAP...
  • This knowledge will really help me in promoting students best development!
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  • 1. Understand the relationship between child development and learning. 2.Learning about each child individually helps to easily adapt and become responsive to needs. 3.Understand that the cultural and social contexts of each child is important to their learning.
  • I definitely am ready to learn.
  • We take great pride at our school in following the DAP. Are you up for the challenge?
  • Important guidelines about Developmentally Appropriate Practice:
  • Challenge and give good feedback!
  • There's a lot to think about for my students, but it's worth it...
  • Encourage and acknowledge students!
  • Model and demonstrate
  • Provide emotional support!
  • Let them play!
  • Observe, learn, respect and create relationships with students and their families!
  • Caring environment!
  • Focus on all areas of development!
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