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According to Bronfenbrenner's Ecological Systems Theory, which of the following statements is true?
 
  a. Even very young children should learn about the importance of ecology and the environment.
  b. Children live within layers of context that do not interact.
  c. Any given child is influenced by his educational, family, community or societal context, but not by more than one context
  d. Children live in the interacting context of their families, communities and society at large.

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Explain what is meant by uneven development. Give an example of a child with uneven development in the social-emotional domain. Describe three strategies you could use to promote the skill areas that need more support.
 
  What will be an ideal response?

Question 3...

A newly enrolled four-year-old child is brought to your classroom by his grandfather who is the child's guardian. List four factors you will consider to help you develop an individualized learning plan for this child. Explain why information about those factors would be useful.
 
  What will be an ideal response?

Question 4...

Five-year-old Talia constantly squirms, makes noises and touches her peers during seatwork. Describe four steps you would take to address Talia's behavior using the strategies described in this chapter.
 
  What will be an ideal response?

Question 5...

List four characteristics of a classroom or activities that support self-regulation in children.
 
  What will be an ideal response?
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A year ago
{Ans. #1}

d

{Ans. #2}

The answer should state that in all domains, but particularly in the social-emotional domain in this context, children will vary in their level of competency among many skills. Skills may include emotional regulation, impulse control, communication, joining in, problem solving, sharing, taking turns, dealing with disappointment, and so on. Strategies include directly teaching the skill, creating games that promote the skill, using puppets or stories whose characters model the skills, engaging the child in role-plays, modeling the skill, pairing the child with a child who is more competent in that skill, and so on.

{Ans. #3}

The answer should included finding out what were the general circumstances that resulted in guardianship being other than his biological parents, the child's temperament, the child's developmental levels in all areas, the child's interests, history of experiences in group settings as well as family dynamics in general.

{Ans. #4}

A correct answer will include identifying which essential skills need more support, identifying triggers for the behavior, increasing Talia's awareness of her behavior and it's impact on others, creating games or activities that specifically target those skills, using a problem solving approach, and using symbolic reminders.

{Ans. #5}

A correct answer will include predictable routines, a balance between predictable routines and novelty, picture schedules, symbolic reminders such as a pretend dimmer switch or footprints on the floor, adults modeling emotional vocabulary and labeling children's emotions, using everyday conversations and stories involving emotional components of experiences, a whisper song, directly teaching relaxation skills and games that require particular aspects of self-regulation.
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A year ago
Commenting just to show my support for informative posts like this, keep it up 10/10
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A year ago
That helps more than you thinks, thanks for being so thoughtful
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