4 edition of learning-centered kindergarten found in the catalog.
Shari Y. Ehly
Includes bibliographical references (p. 178-179) and index.
|Statement||Shari Y. Ehly.|
|LC Classifications||LB1169 .E35 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 183 p. :|
|Number of Pages||183|
|ISBN 10||1412955467, 1412955475|
|ISBN 10||9781412955461, 9781412955478|
|LC Control Number||2008004881|
Kindergarten through Grade 5 classrooms are already highly interactive, which makes them ideal for this hands-on method of teaching. This trend in student centered learning has students collaborating with each other to solve problems and apply what they are learning to real-world situations. Students learn both with and from each other. a learning-centered kindergarten is a powerful way to combine the traditional purposes of kindergarten—meeting young children’s this book and guided the efforts to provide you with the keys to suc-cess in establishing a learning-centered kindergarten classroom. The.
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“The learning-centered kindergarten book brings home the important point that the kindergarten year, when designed appropriately and taught by effective and well-trained teachers, is the foundation for success in later years.
The classroom snapshots transform theory into practice and make implementation of these outstanding guidelines like child’s play!”Cited by: 1. The Learning-Centered Kindergarten is designed to help all kindergarten teachers - preservice, novice, and experienced - align their practices with the new expectations and prepare themselves for professional success in the kindergartens of today and tomorrow.
The book's focus on a 'learning-centered' kindergarten brings together the. Teaching Kindergarten illustrates how a progressive, learner-centered approach can not only meet the equity and accountability goals of the Common Core State Standards but go well beyond that to educate the whole child.
Book Features: Rich examples of learner-centered teaching in diverse public school settings.5/5(9). The goals and purposes of kindergarten have been changing rapidly in recent years.
Today, in addition to providing learning experiences that support the development of the whole child, kindergarten teachers are also held accountable for guiding their students towards mastery of the academic skills and content presented in their state's standards.
The Learning-Centered Kindergarten is. [Free Read] The Learning-Centered Kindergarten: 10 Keys to Success for Standards-Based Classrooms.
Creating “Learning-Centered” Outcomes. The following example demonstrates how to move the perspective from a teacher-centered approach, and instead, to identify what students will get out of the experience.
Writing the outcome from the students’ perspective provides a foundation of meaning to which learners can “fasten” the concepts. Research shows that when learning-centered approaches to teaching and curriculum are used, "they promote a different, deeper, and better kind of learning. It is a kind of learning that lasts, and learning that enables higher education to achieve some of its broadest and highest goals" (Weimer, ).
Contents Preface xi The Author xxv 1 Lessons on Learning 1 Part One: What Changes When Teaching Is Learner-Centered. 21 2 The Balance of Power 23 3 The Function of Content 46 4 The Role of the Teacher 72 5 The Responsibility for Learning 95 6 The Purpose and Processes of Evaluation Part Two: Implementing the Learner-Centered.
Interesting insight into learner-centered teaching. Great book for starting conversations about pedagogy and the challenges of implementing grades, assessment, learning, power dynamics, and so forth in the classroom.
The book is now over a decade old, but timely enough to make the conversation relevant/5(31). Get this from a library. Learning-Centered Kindergarten: 10 Keys to Success for Standards-Based Classrooms. [Shari Y Ehly] -- This innovative book helps kindergarten teachers align learning-centered practices with state standards and offers classroom vignettes, practical strategies, lesson plans, and other essential.
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Read "The Learning-Centered Kindergarten 10 Keys to Success for Standards-Based Classrooms" by Shari Y. Ehly available from Rakuten Kobo. This innovative book helps kindergarten teachers align learning-centered practices with state standards and offers class. Today's kindergarten teachers face enormous challenges to reach district-mandated academic standards.
This book presents a model for 21st-century kindergartens that is rooted in child-centered learning and also shaped by the needs and goals of the present day. Classroom teachers working with. Jul 9, - Explore Sydney Scott's board "Kindergarten focus activities", followed by people on Pinterest.
See more ideas about Kindergarten, Kindergarten literacy, Kindergarten reading pins. A learning-centered approach, in contrast, does not necessarily mean that student activity is the focus of the teaching strategy.
Rather, learning-centered teaching means that decisions are made with specific reference to the kind of learning that is desired, and strategies are chosen because they are the most likely to support that kind of.
Developing a Student-centered Classroom by Becton Loveless. It just sort of sounds good as it rolls of the tongue, student-centered 've all heard the phrase coined before, yet most educators would agree that developing a student centered classroom is becoming more of a necessity and norm these days than a luxury or innovative new approach to teaching.
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(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Student-centered learning, also known as learner-centered education, broadly encompasses methods of teaching that shift the focus of instruction from the teacher to the original usage, student-centered learning aims to develop learner autonomy and independence by putting responsibility for the learning path in the hands of students by imparting to them skills, and the basis on how.
Learner-centered education is about an entirely new way of seeing, thinking about, and acting on education. It focuses on 3 key aspects about the learner.In contemporary educational circles, we hear a lot about learner-centered learning and teaching.
This lesson will introduce you to this concept in depth and give you some ideas about strategies.The Learning-Centered Kindergarten 10 Keys to Success for Standards-Based Classrooms 1st Edition by Shari Y. Ehly and Publisher Corwin.
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