Touring an Early Care Classroom

 

Touring an Early Care Classroom

 

 

 

 

 

Watch the video Touring an Early Care Classroom (Links to an external site-)Links to an external site-

Step 1: Create your learning environment

Choose an age group (birth to age 2, ages 2 to 5, or ages 6 to 8) for which you will design a learning environment-

Go to the Classroom Architect (Links to an external site-)Links to an external site- or to the Gliffy (Links to an external site-)Links to an external site- website-
You will use this website to design the layout for the learning environment- When designing your layout, consider how the design you have created will
support the developmental needs of your students based on the age group you chose-

After creating your learning environment, take a screenshot of your design- Then, copy and paste your screenshot into a Word document- If you need help
taking a screenshot, visit Take-a-Screenshot-org (Links to an external site-)Links to an external site-

Step 2: Written support for your learning environment design

Access the APA template in the online classroom for assistance with the writing process, formatting, documentation, and citations in your written work-
Introduction (one paragraph)

Describe the learning environment that you have designed including the setting of your learning environment (school, home daycare, center, etc-) along with
the age of children with whom you will be working-

Physical Domain

Explain how your learning environment design supports the physical development of the children with whom you are working-

Include at least two specific examsz from your design-

Cognitive Domain

Explain how your learning environment design supports the cognitive development of the children with whom you are working-

 

Affective Domain

Explain how your learning environment design supports the affective development of the children with whom you are working-

 

Developmental Theories

Discuss which of the developmental theories discussed this week are represented in the learning environment you created-