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Title: Responses of young children to integration of senses from their world around them!


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Responses of young children to integration of
senses from their world around them!
  • Nancy Kaczrowski, MS-ECE
  • nancy.kaczrowski_at_hotmail.com

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Workshop Objectives
  • to know how a young child's brain is filled with
    interwoven feelings, actions
  • to connect thoughts and how this impacts
    social/emotional development
  • to understand the wiring that is continually
    happening in a child's brain
  • to develop practical and enjoyable techniques
  • to describe how young children react to
    sensations and how they integrate responses

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What we notice types of minds 1) keen
observer 2) things that appeal 3) remarkable
concentration 4) ways out
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Executive Function
  • Prefrontal cortex of brain
  • Intellectual skills and social/emotional
    capabilities
  • Driven by goals
  • Used for managing
  • Pulls together feelings and thinking
  • Allows us to reflect, analyze, plan, evaluate

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Marshmallow Test
  • Classic study
  • Uncover importance of self control
  • Choice one marshmallow now or two later
  • Wait and focus and self control
  • Initial response to larger goals and greater
    success

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Towel folding
Reflect backwards Scaffold forwards
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.to know how a young child's brain is filled
with interwoven feelings, actions
  • Guiding questions
  • Culture
  • Individual needs
  • 5 W H

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.to connect thoughts and how this impacts
social/emotional development
  • Authoritarian
  • Jaw breaker
  • Permissive
  • Gumdrops
  • Authoritative
  • Licorice

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.to understand the wiring that is continually
happening in a child's brain
C call attention to the behavior A ask how the
child feeling and doing R recognize consequences
of actions E express feeling for behavior
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.to develop practical and enjoyable techniques
  • Packaging the learning
  • Motivate
  • Transfer
  • Style
  • Comfort

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.to describe how young children react to
sensations and how they integrate responses
  • Active learning is
  • Discovery
  • Delight
  • Determination
  • Discipline

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Choices!
As we gain self awareness we employ behaviors and
attitudes and believe in self that we adopt to
master lessons and skills becoming successful
lifelong learners being capable and loveable and
competent.
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You Rock!!
  • Fun Zone
  • Stay in moment comfort and focus
  • Explore something never done before, use 5
    senses
  • Be creative, something new
  • Ask questions learn from experts
  • Soup hug from inside out!

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Research Findings
  • NAEYC July 2011 Vol. 66 No. 4
  • PLAY Stuart Brown MD
  • Cards on the Table Agatha Christie
  • The Out of Sync Child Carol S Kranowitz
  • Last Child in the Woods Richard Louv

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Young Children and Literacy
Did you know that children begin their path to
reading as babies when they hear and respond to
the sound of a human voice? Listening,
talking, reading, and writing are all parts of
early literacy learningand theyre all
connected. Young children learn about literacy
through everyday things at home.
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Ways to encourage literacy at home
  • 1. Talk and listen
  • 2. Read aloud together
  • 3. Explore the sounds of language
  • 4. Offer alphabet activities
  • 5. Support budding readers and writers as they
    test their new skills
  • 6. Offer books throughout your home and even
    outdoors
  • 7. Support budding writers with lots of materials
  • 8. Explain how books and print work
  • 9. Build a home book collection

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