Overview For this Assessment, you will respond to a series of prompts related  to explaining and analyzing key approaches to meaningful learning and

 

Overview

For this Assessment, you will respond to a series of prompts related  to explaining and analyzing key approaches to meaningful learning and  teaching in the early childhood classroom. These include project-based  learning, emergent curriculum, inquiry-based learning, and  developmentally appropriate practice.

This Written-Response Assessment consists of 7 prompts focused on  explaining and analyzing key approaches to meaningful learning and  teaching in the early childhood classroom. These include project-based  learning, emergent curriculum, inquiry-based learning, and  developmentally appropriate practice.

Note: For this Written-Response Assessment, you are  required to draw from not only the resources for the Topics but also  your experiences, observations, and Host Teacher and other professionals  who work in your field setting. Your conversations with these  professionals and your observations in the setting are essential to the  successful completion of the Assessment. For additional information  regarding the field experience requirements and expectations, please  review the BSECS Field Experience Handbook found on the  BSECS Field Experience Website.  There is also a Field Experience Letter you can print and share with  your Host Teacher. Additionally, you will need to submit the BSECS Field Site Information Form along with your assessment.

Professional Skills: Written Communication is assessed in this Competency.

 

Instructions

  • Download the Written Response Submission Form, which includes the Rubric for this Assessment. Complete the form using the criteria presented in the Rubric. Review the key topics for this assessment and discuss them with your Host Teacher to gather their insights and thoughts. You must submit the Field Site Information Form with your assessment.
  • Download the Approaches to Learning and Teaching Observation Sheet, which will be needed to complete Item 6 on the written response submission form. 

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