a longer process conducted while children are in real life settings and performing actual tasks that they would normally do.
to separate any personal opinion or bias from making an effective observation.
a quicker form of assessing a child that requires less training, less info, and cannot really produce a diagnoses.
presenting the tools to control basic impulses and express emotions in a positive way that fits the child, adult and situation.
is a combination of the physical, temporal and interpersonal elements that create an appropriate space for children and adults to work and play together in.
the buliding, the yard, the size of equiptment and materials used and the way the space is used.
the timing and routine of the program or daily schedule that the program provides.
the interaction/relationships between the children and teachers and the ratio of students to teacher (class size)
curriculum/motto that teachers use to examine any beliefs or personal attitudes/behavior that would deny any child or family unconditional respect.
an organized framework that plans out the content children will learn, the process that they will use to learn that content, what the teachers will do to help them and the context in which all of this will happen/occur.
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