Colorful bulleting boards in the classroom should be meaningful. This particular board is welcoming the children to their new classroom!
Considering the languages spoken by families in your community, design a sample bulletin board to share materials and information for staff, children, and families in your classroom.
You will create a bulletin board either at your work place or on a tri-fold poster board. The information on the board should be relevant to early childhood and geared for children and their families. The bulletin board should support what we have been learning in class regarding diversity. Implement materials that would be important for children and families pertaining to your program and/or fictitious program.
You will create a PowerPoint that shows each area of your board and you will submit online. You will want a picture of the bulletin board as a whole and then pictures of each section of your bulletin board with an explanation as to why you included this on your bulletin board.
This assignment supports student learning objectives 4, 6, & 7.
- Select 4 topics that are relevant to share with the field of ECE, children, and their families.
- Provide 4 types of information, one for each topic. All information is current and relevant to the intended observer.
- Be creative, slides are uncluttered, headings are clear.
- Short written essay (3 paragraphs) describing why the information shared is relevant to the field of ECE, children, and their families.
- Spelling, punctuation, and grammar have been checked.
Please review the following PowerPoint Video:
Teachers collaborate with each other to share ideas on how to provide resources for children who have special needs or health care needs. The following video is supplemental material for you to view. Just click the play button to begin. You will hear my voice discussing key points that I would like for you to walk away with after reading Chapter 11. I share with you in this recorded PowerPoint presentation video how to to identify what programs should do in order to ensure that all children are inclusive and how to promote those practices in the classroom. Children with Special Needs should be allowed to attend a program that is the least restrictive environment for them and allows for them to engage with peers who are typically developing.The following video is supplemental material for you to view. Just click the play button to begin. You will hear my voice discussing key points that I would like for you to walk away with after reading Chapter 12. I share with you in this recorded PowerPoint presentation video how children learn about gender, how gender is a social justice issue, what programs should do and how to create a learning environment that supports gender expression and development.