2.1 Use different sources to
plan work for an individual
child or group of children
Child-centered planning is an ongoing process that continues throughout a child’s participation in our preschool classrooms. [ To effectively individualize, teachers must remember to:
· Use multiple sources of information including parent reports, ongoing observations and reusults of standardized screening and evaluation instruments to learn about needs, interests, abilities,
culture, home language, and life experiences.
· Develop a partnership with each family to share information about a child’s culture, life experiences, skills, needs, interests and abilities and plan how to encourage growth and development at home and in the classroom.
· Plan ways to address individual needs through all aspects of the curriculum—the learning environment, daily routine, and interactions.
· Document children’s work using a variety of strategies including observation, parent reports, and examples of children’s work. .......... ]
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