Parenting Styles

Parenting Styles

21 August 0

PARENTING STYLES 1 Parenting Styles Understanding Behavior & Family Dynamics ECE 355 PARENTING STYLES 2 Parenting Styles Authoritative parenting style is the most popular style. The parents are very nurturing towards their children, set rules and expectations that are enforced with consistency (Cherry, 2019). Baumrind (1966) described authoritative parents as parents who promote “verbal give […]

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Working with Families

Working with Families

21 August 0

WORKING WITH FAMILIES 1 Working with Families Understanding Behavior & Family Dynamics ECE 355 WORKING WITH FAMILIES 2 Working with Families Building a solid relationship with families is essential to a child’s optimum growth, development and academic success (Wardle & Fitzpatrick, 2016). As educators, we can guide our families toward the foundations needed to promote […]

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Dual Language Dilemma

Dual Language Dilemma

21 August 0

DUAL LANGUAGE DILEMMA 1 Dual Language Dilemma Child Development ECE 332 DUAL LANGUAGE DILEMMA 2 Dual Language Dilemma Erin’s parents were wise in the decision to promote bilingualism. Erin’s father was so excited to hear her words of “done”, “mama”, “dada”, “please”, “thanks”, and “sure” (Berk, 2013). He became overjoyed with compassion to share his […]

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Developmental Milestone

Developmental Milestone

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Developmental Milestone ECE 332 Child development My daughter Willayjah was born on November 29,2015, she was born in Northwest regional hospital. Willayjah weighs 6 pounds 7 ounces and was 18 inches long. As a new born Willayjah begin to hear sound inside the womb and could recognize my voice at birth. Willayjah could tell the […]

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Classroom Plan Piaget Theory

Classroom Plan Piaget Theory

21 August 0

Classroom Plan Piaget Theory ECE 332 Child Development Classroom Plan Piaget Theory Preschooler are children ages 3 to 5 years old. Preschoolers are littler children that want to touch, taste, smell, hear, and try to test things on their own. They are ready to learn, and they learn form play. Preschoolers are always busy developing […]

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Coffee with Maria Montessori

Coffee with Maria Montessori

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Coffee with Maria Montessori ECE 332: Childhood Development Coffee with Maria Montessori I will meet with my favorite theorist Maria Montessori. I will summarize of the Montessori theory, my choice of the theorist, three interesting topics, and my future career as a Preschool Owner/Director. I choose Maria Montessori as my theorist. In the early 1900’s, […]

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ECE 332 Assignment 1 – Theory Summary

ECE 332 Assignment 1 – Theory Summary

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ECE332 Assignment: Theory Summary Directions: Using the concept summary in Chapter 2 of our text, fill in the blanks for each of the developmental theories. Provide examples from your own experience or the textbook in the last column. Next describe your ideal theory of child development, combining the elements that you believe would encapsulate your […]

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ECE 313 Week 2 Assignment: Resources

ECE 313 Week 2 Assignment: Resources

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Resources Ashford University ECE 313 Collaboration with Parents & Community Resources Essay A community resource that I use and love to share with my parents is the library, Suffolk Public Library. The parents and educators can gain access between three local branches Morgan Memorial, Chuckatuck, and Northern Suffolk. The local library offers a free membership […]

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ECE 313 Week 3 Journal

ECE 313 Week 3 Journal

21 August 0

What thoughts do you have about teaching in diverse classrooms? I think when teaching in diverse classrooms it is important to take into consideration the cultural differences (clothing, religion, behavior etc) you may face and approach each difference with an open mind. I feel as though it is very important to be open to embracing […]

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Children’s Story-Lisa

Children’s Story-Lisa

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Children’s Story-Lisa Ashford University ECE 313 Collaboration with Family and Community Children’s Story-Lisa Scenario: Lisa often gets frustrated when trying to play with other children. She takes toys from their hands and even hits children with the toy. When working in an early childhood environment, knowing how to approach a variety of behavioral issues is […]

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