Science for Early Childhood EducationProvide Short Answers1. Name three factors that make Early Childhood Education an ideal developmental phase to teach science to children.2. Compare and contrast the theories of Jean Piaget, Lev Vygotsky and B.F. Skinner. What elements of each are prevalent, relative to creating an ideal environment for teaching science to young children. Consider elements that could be detrimental to creating a science friendly environment.3. List ten items to include in the literacy area in a classroom that promote learning. If needed, clarify your decision to choose an item if its purpose is not clear or vague.4. Create a long-term multidisciplinary project that integrates the STEAM elements for a preschool class (3-4-year-old).• Please state project name, goal, objectives, general procedure (don’t be overly detailed) expected outcome, clearly stated activities that align with each STEAM principle.5. As a teacher, how do you generate scientific content? What resources can you use? State three scientific concepts that would be developmentally appropriate, intriguing and challenging for a 2-year-old classroom.6. List 5 scientific skills that you can expect a 4-year-old to develop from a high-quality science classroom. How will these skills be useful in a kindergarten class?7. Refer to the Young Child’s Inquiry Process, to answer the following questions: • What would be the next step after “sharing ideas “? • Would you consider the inquiry process linear or cyclical? Why?• Which phase of the inquiry process requires the most teacher engagement?8. What basic biology facts would you feel are appropriate and necessary to teach a kindergarten classroom? Give a reason for each9. Why would the water cycle be an ideal science concept to teach 4-year old?10. How could I incorporate earth science into a toddler class curriculum?11. Review and critique this lesson plan, answer the following questions?• What are three elements of the lesson plan that are counterproductive to teaching science in a classroom, this is a decent lesson plan, so I am asking you to nit-pick. The goal is for you to think deeply about the intentionality of lesson planning • How can you alter this lesson plan to ensure it is culturally relevant?12. What would be the best documentation tool to use for each circumstance? Briefly describe Whyo Observing a student that has frequent emotional meltdownso Assisting a student learning to write their nameo How a child transitions from one activity to another13. Briefly describe the importance of the limbic system relative to early childhood education.14. Connect each brain component to early childhood education, in other words how does each part contributes to the development of a young child. • Amygdala• Hypothalamus• Hippocampus• Motor cortex• Cerebrum15. Give a definition for each: • Synapse• Pruning• Plasticity16. Interconnect trauma, epigenetics and early childhood and shortly discuss the connection and how each are related.17. Name 5 elements that would be present in a neurally focused classroom.18. What are 3 qualities a culturally responsive teacher possesses?
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