Bringing the High Scope Approach to your Early Years by Nicky Holt

By Nicky Holt

Have you ever puzzled what High/Scope is, the place it got here from, and the way it may be used with childrens on your environment? This booklet will resolution your entire questions and extra. It includes:

  • details in regards to the High/Scope Wheel of Learning
  • an clarification of energetic studying, together with fabrics, manipulation, selection, language and support
  • Plan-Do-Review activities
  • planning and review methods.

Show description

Read or Download Bringing the High Scope Approach to your Early Years Practice PDF

Similar philosophy & social aspects books

The Roots of Education

Rudolph Steiner offers facts in response to historical past that's duplicated through facts in fresh mind reviews. kid's brains improve over 3 specified time classes of their lifestyles in 3 other ways. schooling may enhance tremendously if instructing equipment have been designed to assist kids study in ways in which are in step with the way in which childrens study.

Seeing Through Teachers' Eyes: Professional Ideals and Classroom Practice (Series on School Reform)

What resources of notion aid maintain academics’ commitments, motivations, and deal with their paintings? How do lecturers use their beliefs to notify their perform and their studying? the writer proposes that many academics have photos of excellent school room perform which she calls "teachers’ imaginative and prescient. " during this e-book, Karen Hammerness makes use of imaginative and prescient to make clear the complicated courting among academics’ beliefs and the realities of college existence.

Higher Education and Graduate Employment in Europe: Results from Graduate Surveys from Twelve Countries

For the 1st time, a huge foreign comparative examine was once undertaken offering unique info at the employment and paintings state of affairs of graduates from better schooling associations in lots of nations. With assistance from a questionnaire survey greater than 40,000 graduates from 12 nations suggested approximately their research reviews, the transition from better schooling to employment and their early profession as much as 4 years after commencement.

Global Teaching: Southern Perspectives on Teachers Working with Diversity

At a time while social, cultural and linguistic variety has turn into a attribute of schooling platforms world wide, this well timed textual content considers how instructor schooling is responding to those advancements within the context of elevated mobilities inside and throughout nationwide barriers. This assortment attracts jointly the paintings of students, from various city, rural and nationwide contexts from the worldwide South and North, who have interaction in discussion approximately variety and information trade.

Additional resources for Bringing the High Scope Approach to your Early Years Practice

Sample text

It stimulates and strengthens children’s ongoing development of trust, autonomy, initiative, empathy and self-confidence. (Hohmann and Weikart 2002: 49) 3050 DF High-Scope Early Years 46 29/11/06 3:43 pm Page 46 Bringing the High/Scope Approach to your Early Years Practice High/Scope believes there are five key elements to creating a supportive climate for children’s learning: 1 Shared control between children and adults When adults and children share control they build a relationship that acknowledges mutual trust and respect for each other.

If space can be provided for parents or carers to meet, chat or just watch their child settle into the routine of the setting, this can be very welcomed. This area can also be used for the setting to pass on information via a parents’ and carers’ notice board about the setting’s routines, events, and requests for help with equipment or volunteers. A space for children to be able to sign themselves in and out of the setting is also useful and can be done in many ways, for example, a board of the children’s photos where they find themselves and then bring the photo into the play space and stick onto another board near the large-group time area; this can then double up as a register of the children in the session that day.

This is something that some people find hard to grasp as we live in a society where praise for a job well done or for doing something right is seen as the norm. For example, we have all experienced a ‘well done’ or a ‘good boy/girl’ and probably felt OK about it, but how much better would we have felt if the person saying ‘well done’ had actually said, ‘you worked really hard on that picture’ or ‘your story is really exciting, I like the bit where the dog jumps into the sea’? In that way we understand what it is we have done well as the specific action is acknowledged.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.60 of 5 – based on 42 votes