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Introduction to Adult-Children Interaction (01:58)

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Adults value warm relationships with children in Highscope early childhood programs. Teachers interact thoughtfully with children; it is based on sharing control in a two-way exchange.

Creating a Positive and Supportive Environment (04:04)

Adults create settings in which children are comfortable, safe and engaged with materials and ideas. Daily events occur in the same order; hear sample play areas. Children are encouraged to make choices and be independent; adults are involved in play and learning.

Participating as a Partner in Children's Play (04:44)

Teachers can start by observing and engaging in parallel play until the child invites them to join in. They should support problem-solving and teamwork, and acknowledge efforts with encouragement. Participating in pretend play values children's activities and supports active learning.

Conversing with Children (05:11)

Conversation is an opportunity for expression, expanding language, and acquiring concepts in all learning areas. Adults can also learn about children. Hear ideas for enhancing play-related talk, including prioritizing comments over questions.

Scaffolding Learning (06:55)

Learn about a building strategy supporting children's current knowledge and abilities while encouraging them to grasp new concepts and skills. View HighScope curriculum content areas and see examples of using curriculum knowledge for scaffolding.

"Dear Meredith" (04:05)

A teacher uses play partnering, conversing, and scaffolding learning to encourage spelling, writing, creativity, problem solving, and planning.

"How Many Blocks?" (02:07)

A teacher uses play partnering, conversing, and scaffolding learning to encourage counting.

Drawing "A Guy" (04:35)

A teacher uses play partnering, conversing, and scaffolding learning to encourage creativity, problem solving, and the arts.

Calling the Doctor (02:21)

A teacher uses play partnering, conversing, and scaffolding learning to encourage learning numbers and planning.

Putting Away the Crayons (04:19)

A teacher uses play partnering, conversing, and scaffolding learning to encourage responsibility, independence, organizing skills, and learning colors.

Other Ways to Make 3s (01:25)

A teacher uses play partnering, conversing, and scaffolding learning to encourage counting and creativity.

Car Racing (02:39)

A teacher uses play partnering, conversing, and scaffolding learning to encourage learning colors, writing, and organization.

Credits: Adult-Child Interaction: Communicating to Support Learning (01:13)

Credits: Adult-Child Interaction: Communicating to Support Learning

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Adult-Child Interaction: Communicating to Support Learning


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Adults' nurturing relationships with children are the foundation for learning. This program offers strategies for interacting with children during play, conversations, and engagement with content areas. It includes authentic footage in HighScope settings.

Length: 47 minutes

Item#: BVL167487

Copyright date: ©2009

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