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Public family

Children were used to produce goods and services to serve the family unit

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Private family

Emotional needs met through the family unit

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1700s

This was the first time the idea of childhood face was first introduced previously children were seen a small adults

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Childhood as special?

Little sense that children were a special group with her own needs, interest, and capacity

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Love withheld?

Some parents withheld lover, do you have the time we know now is important for attachment period

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Little adults?

After seven little adults should work

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1800s

Death rates declining, emergence of schooling, childhood began to become protected and extended developmental stage

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End of the 19th century

Child studies provide nursery lab schools children were not many adults

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The great depression

Put people back to work they hire teachers, nurses, custodians and open federal childcare programs

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World War II

Initiated federal care system again

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The launching of sputnik

Put Americans into panic in order to get a head started kindergarten

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The war on poverty

1962 LBJ started Headstart and early Headstart

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Domains of early learning

Physical, social/emotional, language/literacy, cognitive, and general knowledge

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Physical

Are you providing large and small activities along with health and hygiene opportunities

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Social/emotional

Developing an internal locus of control, developing friendships and being self-sufficient

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Language/literacy

Ability to speak and read and a numerate

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Cognitive

How a child learns, styles, doing, observing, play, experimenting, listening, gestures

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General knowledge

Acquisition of learning concepts that are precursors to school subjects

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Complexity and internalization

External to internal, behavioral to symbolic, simple to complex

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External to internal

Babies are touching and feeling to children begin to make internal connections to external objects

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Behavioral to symbolic

Flash card with Pooh bear jumping to ask kids what who is doing as they acted out to just saying jumping

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Simple to complex

Doing a little actions and making them larger and larger

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Whole child concept

Unique self, developmental milestones, cultural context

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Unique self

Temperament, interest, personality

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Developmental milestones

Knowing developmental stages

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Cultural context

Picking up Q so you have a sense of their background

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Learning styles information

Auditory, visual, kinesthetic

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Percentage for infants that learn through play

Hundred percent

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Percentage for Wadler’s learning through play

95%

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Percentage for toddlers learning through play

85%

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Percentage for preschoolers learning through play

75%

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Percentage for pre-K learning through play

70%

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Blooms taxonomy

Create evaluate analyze apply understand remember

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Create

Produce new or original work, designed assemble construct

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Evaluate

Justify a stand or decision, appraise defend judge

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Analyze

Draw connections among ideas, differentiate question test

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Apply

Use information in new situations, solve use sketch

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Understand

Explain ideas or concepts, Classified describe select

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Remember

Recall fax and basic concepts, defined duplicate list

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Forming learning groups Tuchman

Forming, storming, norming, performing

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Forming

Adults coming together for a specific purpose, optional or mandatory

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Storming

People jockeying for position and learning their roles in a group

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Norming

People begin to work together in their established roles

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Performing

Group reach his goals and objectives objectives and aims for successful comes

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Rolls people play in the group process

Caretaker, know it all, hitchhiker, blocker, omnivore, inquisitor, negotiator, overachiever, parliamentarian, sage, clown

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Caretaker

Nurturing and looking after the needs of others in the group

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Know it all

Telling comment for each idea and is more than willing to share it like to be in the teachers chair

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Hitchhiker

Just along for the ride to contribute a little or nothing to the group

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Blocker devils advocate

Takes the contrary position and discussion frequently apologizes but still need to be heard

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Omnivore

Motivated adult learner who wants all the details during the input face of learning

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Inquisitor

Ask questions constantly some are relevant and concise and others are over-the-top

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Negotiator

Persistent person who bargains on behalf of the group

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Overachiever

Motivated adult learner who goes into full swing when assignments are due

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Parliamentarian

Keep group on track with their frequent calls to order

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Sage

Master/mentor of group and they can control or influence a group by weighing in or holding their opinion

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Clown

Critical to the success of an ongoing group as they bring levity and can defense amount in conflict with humor