Kindergarten Mind Map - Mind Map

Kindergarten Mind Map Mind Map
 
 
 
 

Kindergarten Mind Map - Mind Map

28 days ago by: Shirlette Walton
 
 
  • Kindergarten
    • Personal Research
      • TED Talk: Haneefah Sauaibe- Peters
        • Students are learning about themsevles and one another.
        • 90 perscent of children's neural pathways in their brains are developed at the age of 6 years old.
        • Children are learning and developing their interpersonal and intrapersonal skills.
        • Kindergarten is like a microcosm of what happen's with adults today.
      • 8 Proactive Classroom Tips
        • 8 Procative classroom management tips
          • Greeting students at the door
          • Establish, maintian and restore relationships.
          • Use reminders and cues
          • optimize classroom seating
          • Give behavior specific praise
          • Set clear expectiations
          • Actively supervise
          • Be consistent in applying rules
      • The Truth About Kindergatren Classroom Management
        • Get a Plan
        • Consistentcey
        • Expeptications
        • Logical Consequences and Rewards
        • Teaching the procedures
        • Give the Students Classroom responsabilities
        • Holding Students Accountable
        • Use the power of your teahcer voice
    • Image of The Child
      • Four Frames
        • Children are the bests teachers.
        • Children are like sponges that soak up their whole enviroment.
        • Children are eager to take risk in an environment condusive to their learning.
        • Children are inneocent, transparents and express themelves verbable and nonverablly.
        • Children are courageous, unique, emotional, independent, innovative, observant, brave,proactive, quirky outspoken, adaptive, spritual and happy.
    • My Learning Experience
      • My Learning Evolution
        • The learning environment for should be safe, where they can feel free to express what they are thinking and feeling as they need to.
        • Sturctured environment to develop the skills to navigate independently throughtout the day to meet the success criteria and goals.
        • Continuous research and sharing ideas with collegues
        • Professional developemnt
    • Physical Space
      • Creating a home like environment
        • Using natural materials
        • Displaying student projects in the classroom
      • Having materials easily accesable to students
        • Making the classroom easy for the students to move around and engage with classroom materials.
      • Flexible seating arrangements
        • Planned seating arragments
        • Rotating seating arrangments
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