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Yes, but is it developmentally appropriate? When planning classroom curriculum for young children, it is important to factor in the wide spectrum of abilities and interests of children, as well as activities that are based on the way in which we know children learn.
© 2003 An Appropriate Response by Pam Weiss 1 An Appropriate Response: A Zen Approach to Coaching by Pam Weiss Introduction If you ask a dozen coaches what they do and how they do it, you will probably get a dozen different answers.
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This balance of age appropriate with individual interests is the basis for developmentally appropriate practice. A trained child care provider knows one of the most important things she can do is to help a child develop self confidence.
Adopted May 1998 A joint position statement of the International Reading Association and the National Association for the Education of Young Children Learning to Read and Write: Developmentally Appropriate Practices for Young Children naeyc Copyright © 1998.
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