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Routines (04:55)

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Marisol Diaz explains the importance of the start of the day in an early childhood classroom. VPK teachers share the value of greetings, morning meetings, and making children feel safe to express emotions.

Discovery and Active Learning (05:25)

Engagement, scaffolding, and differentiating instruction are vital to maximize learning. It is important to focus on the process, recognize effort, and offer choices

Rules and Procedures (04:44)

Setting expectations establishes a structured classroom. Showing and teaching respect and communication set up a positive learning environment. Practicing redirection keeps students on track.

Credits: Early Childhood: Classroom Culture (00:08)

Credits: Early Childhood: Classroom Culture

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Early Childhood: Classroom Culture

Part of the Series : Early Childhood
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Description

This program explores the importance of creating and maintaining a strong and positive classroom culture. It demonstrates that the successful classroom builds relationships between the teacher and the students, celebrates learning, is managed well with consistent rules, boundaries, and use of transitions, and is structured in a way that helps students feel empowered to handle challenges. When they feel empowered - as well as safe and supported – early learners will grow and flourish. They will also be confident enough to try hard and take the necessary risks to help them learn more.

Length: 16 minutes

Item#: BVL204273

Copyright date: ©2018

Closed Captioned

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