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Covers the principles and practices of teaching and caring for young children, focusing on their development, learning, and well-being in early years.
In _____, learning is gradual and continuous; development is a sequence of specific conditional behaviors.
A language assessment instrument can be ___ .
Tim (age 4) has learned that to transform a word from singular to plural the grammatical rule that needs to apply is adding a "s". When he is presented with the word "foot" on his test he wrote "foots". What is Tim displaying?
What does the term autonomy mean?
Who benefits from the inclusion of children with disabilities in supportive early childhood settings?
How does adult guidance help children with their moral development?
An assessment that is applicable to real life, in a natural environment, and interesting to students is what kind of assessment?
Children need to begin asserting control and power over the environment. Success in this stage leads to sense of purpose. Children who try to exert too much power experience disapproval result in a sense of guilt.
In _____, there are qualitative (measurable) changes in the way children think. The child is considered an active learner going through stages.
A great tip for preparing to read to young children is
Why is it important that parents provide children with guidance?
Which statement is true concerning sleep problems in a three-year-old?
Capacity to manage one’s emotional state.
In the 1960's, the federal government designed the Head Start program to overcome the negative effects of poverty on young children. The program mainly provides childcare and education for four- and five-year old children from low-income families with an emphasis on which of the following?
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Helping children understand practical uses for math skills and real world application falls under which of the following
What is true concerning imaginary friends?
IDEA is short for what?
What is the approximate date of frontal lobe maturation?
Language used by parents to their young child is called ____ .
What is a reason that toddlers develop negativism?
Process during which a more skilled master teaches to a less skilled “apprentice". Which of the following correspond to the statement above?
How many disability categories are under IDEA?
What percent of public school students utilize special education in the US?
Children age 7 years to 12 years old are in which stage Piaget's of Cognitive Development?
Theorist who side with ____ propose that development stems from innate genetics or heredity.
Tim (4 years old) was asked to solve the following problem; If Janet is taller than Paul and Paul is taller than Carl, who is the tallest. Tim answered it was Carl. What problem is Tim displaying?
What tendencies in children may show poor emotional regulations?
At what age do children understand that they and others have desires, and desires connect to behaviours?
It is known as Child and Youth Welfare and was issued in December 1974.
Every time his mother startsbtaking care of the new baby, three-year-old Manuel begins insisting that he is hungry and must be fed immediately. What emotion is Manuel most likely feeling?
word relating to a wide range of math challenges, such as issues comprehending the meaning of numbers and using mathematical principles to solve problems
According to the text, ________ has the lowest number of children in regulated care.
When drawing what age is characterized by large movements?
Research estimates the economic contributions of working mothers to be over ________ per year.
Short descriptions by teachers or others of an observed event or incident with one or more children are called
When drawing what age is characterized by holding the image in the min?
A book's format ___ .
What helps in further development of gross and fine motor skills?
How could self-concept be defined?
Rapid proliferation of new neural connections.
What allows for socioemotional development during Erikson’s stage of Initiative vs. Guilt?
According to the information-processing theory, what neural structure is responsible for memory during early childhood?
While visiting a relative, fifteen-month-old Bobbie wants to play with some breakable decorations. What is the best way to deal with this situation?
Complete the sentence "Children with learning disabilities can, and do _______________
Speech intended for yourself.
Memory, image of space.
What is the name of Georgia’s statewide inter-agency service for infants and toddlers with developmental delays or disabilities, and their families.
A learning disability characterized by trouble reading as a result of difficulties detecting speech sounds and understanding how they connect to letters and words (decoding)
Writing learning difficulties can affect either the physical act of writing or the mental activity of interpreting information.
True or false.By the age of 4 children are not able to regulate their emotions
By what age do children start walking quickly?
The federal government does not pay directly for childcare services but transfers money to the provinces and territories to use as they see fit.
Tim (age 4) has to figure out how many chairs there are in a room. He counts the chairs one at a time and lends on 5, with no other chairs to count. He then concludes there are 5 chairs. What principle is he using?
Which of the following best describes 'scaffolding' by Lev Vygotsky?
Tim (age 4) has learned that to transform a verb from present to the past tense he just needs to as "-ed" to the end. When he is presented with the verb "eat" on his test he wrote "eated". What is Tim displaying?
At what age do children develop the following fine motor skills?Use of velcro
Explain the following image.
What is the major influence bringing conservation, reversibility as a problem?
What do we name math learning disabilities?
At what age do children develop the following fine motor skills?Use buttons
1 details of the range of family types involved in an education programme
The federal government supports Indigenous childcare programs on-reserve and in Inuit communities and funds some off-reserve childcare as well.
At what age do children can catch, throw, jump, hop and run well
Why are two-year-olds less likely to have temper tantrums then eighteen-month-olds?
9 received insufficient funding
Which of the following is a sign and symptom of learning impairments in children aged 5 to 9 years old?
13 The richer families in the ‘Missouri’ programme had higher stress levels.
Teacher reinforce learning by ___ .
At what age do children only use their lower arm?
Theorist who side with _____ claim that it is the physical and temporal experiences or environment that shapes and influence our development.
7 did not succeed in its aim
Which of the following explains 'Language'?
Are umbrella terms for a wide variety of learning problems
What disability type has the highest percentage of impact?
What are the cons in Paget's theory of early childhood?
When drawing what age is characterized by better control of hands
Which statement is true concerning anger?
A teacher can promote listening by ___ .
State and explain the major factors playing a role in physical development?
Name one characteristic of assessment in Early Childhood Special Education
Which of the following are do's for math in early childhood:
_____ means the ability to control ones mood and to manage behaviour.
From the following statement describe what the underline portion is describing. Jack and his classmate are playing dodgeball which was decide by their gym teacher. The class have played a few times before and are slowly get better at it. Even though the instructor often intervenes.
Tim (4 years old) was shown the image of 4 dogs and 3 monkeys. He was then ask to state if there we more dogs than animals. Looking at the age of Tim what type of problem is he more likely to display?
Sociologists find the most fairly divided labour arrangements for housework are among ________.
At what age do children understand there is a division between real and imagined things?
Tim (age 4) was exposed to a tomato by his parents who thought him that what he was looking at was called a tomato. Later when presented with any red and even slight round in shape Tim calles it a tomato. What is Tim displaying?
At what age do children develop the following fine motor skills?Tie own shoes
Characteristics or qualities of objects, such as color, position, roundness, shape, size, number of corners; e.g., a child notices that the plate is round.
What causes a delay in theory of mind formation?
Tim (4 years old) is shown a picture of a rock made of sponge. When asked what the object presented is, he responds with "a rock". What difficulty is Tim showcasing?
What allows for aggression to diminish in toddlers?
Releases growth hormone, hyroid-stimulating hormone.
When drawing what age is characterized by increase in complexity of pattern?
Critical listening happens when the ___ .
What is the role of an Inclusion Specialist?
In which sleep cycle is a child likely to dream?
No child should be denied a ___________ early education.
When speaking, the teacher should ...
At what age do most children begin engaging in cooperative play?
Speech silent done inside.
If a child has difficulty thinking abstractly what is imparied?
Which words belong in the acronym IDEA?
Alertness and consciousness.
In a two-year-old, what is aggressive behavior, such as biting, a sign of?
What theorist used a discovery-based curriculum?
Tim (4 years old) and an his friend, Camille (4 years old), are each place on the opposite side of a carboard wall. Each are given blocks of colors to put together, only difference is that Tim has the instruction in front of him and needs to help Camille put the puzzle together. Tim starts by stating: "Put this piece first, than that one on top". What type of difficulty is Tim showing?
Ability to recognize logical relationships among elements in a serial order, and use one as a reference for the other.
Children who are raised in stressful or non-stimulating, unreliable environments with non-responsive caregivers will still have the same life chances as other children.
11 Most ‘Missouri’ programme three-year-olds scored highly in areas such as listening, speaking, reasoning and interacting with others.
What two factors are most important in determining a child's emotional development?
In acquiring language, the child ...
What is a sign that a child has a healthy relationship with his parents?
Connecting cerebral hemispheres.
List one of the four areas assessment is used to inform
What does the drawing stage leads to?
_Select the true statement about babbling.
At what age do children develop the following fine motor skills?Use zippers
If a toddler is having a temper tantrum at a store because you will not purchase a toy, what is the best way to handle it?
Which shows lack of personal growth?
There are a few things that help in the motor development of children. What is categorized by adults looking for meaning into the art of a child?
Tim (age 4) believes that the word "dog" only applies to his pets dog Fido. What is Tim displaying?
At what age do children develop the following fine motor skills?(Un)dress themselves
What do we call the learning disabilities in Reading?
IDEA governs which institutions:
A teacher's goals when sharing books with children can include to ___ .
8 supplied many forms of support and training to parents
Assessment that occurs within the context of daily activitis and routines is called
This stage is characterized by limited reasoning, conservation, mathematical transformation
3 reasons why an education programme failed
10 was designed to improve pre-schoolers’ educational development
Families are Children's _________ Teachers
The funding approach of childcare in which subsidies are provided to parents directly is known as ________.
Which section of IDEA ensures that all preschool‐aged children (3 through 5 years old) with disabilities receive special education and related services.
What are the benefit of play for children?
Tim (4 years old) is playing with his father. His father puts on a scary mask and suddenly Tim is afraid. What problem is Tim displaying?
6 continued with follow-up assistance in elementary schools
can manifest as spelling problems and/or difficulty expressing thoughts on paper ______________ is a neurological disease that typically manifests itself while youngsters are learning to write. Although experts are unsure of what causes it, early treatment can help avoid or decrease difficulties.
How much support do YOU believe is given to families and educators of students with disabilities?
4 a description of the positive outcomes of an education programme
At what age do children really master theory of mind?
It is more important for young children to ___ .
At preschool, Lau does not play with the blocks during story time because he knows this is not allowed. What social skill has Lau learned?
Come from humiliation and result in fury.
Which of the following is not a characteristic of ADHD?
5 was administered to a variety of poor and wealthy families
12 ‘Missouri’ programme children of young, uneducated, single parents scored less highly on the tests.
At what age do children understand that behavior is based on beliefs, even if beliefs are wrong.
Explain the motor development of early childhood.
The National Centre for Child Care Inclusion established a quality scale to assess the inclusivity for children with special needs. The scale includes all of the following benchmarks EXCEPT for: ________.
Balance & control of body movement.
What Legislative act occurred in 2001 that held schools accountable for students reaching a certain level of competency?
How might a parent encourage independence in a three-year-old?
Early intervention refers to which age group?
Except for one, the following are indications and symptoms of learning impairments in preschool age:
Tim (age 4) accidently pushed Camille while playing on the playground. She fell and scraped her knee. Later during the day Tim has been distant and felt a high sense of guilt. What tendency is Tim showcasing?
A ________ communication helps to improve relationships with children.
This type of program is typically found in a commercial building, is led by a director and has the children grouped by age.
Reduction of unused synapses.
Environmental factors that can affect future language development start ____ .
Which of the following is not part of recommended assessment implementation practices?
What is the role of language in Lev Vygotsky's theory?
Experienced when personal moral standards or hurtful actions towards others begins.
The Georgia Department of Education is the state education agency responsible for
2 reasons why a child’s early years are so important
Which statement describes a common difference between one-year-olds and three-year-olds?
The written symbols that represents a number
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