Early childhood administrators are the instructional leaders of their schools and oversee the planning of curriculum. For this, you will choose a particular age group (infants), and outline a program that is developmentally appropriate.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 9:01 am ad1c9bdddf
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Early childhood administrators are the instructional leaders of their schools and oversee the planning of curriculum. For this, you will choose a particular age group (infants) and outline a program that is developmentally appropriate.
As you know per Brain Mass policy, I cannot create this for you. However, I can offer you some suggestions for creating an infant program, and with these notes, you should have no problems creating a curriculum of your own.
There are several important aspects when creating an infant program which include
1. Music and Movement. With this, you can actively engage an infant in a stimulating activity which helps to develop their cognitive thinking skills. Some examples ...
Programs and curriculum planning is provided. Early childhood administrators for instructional leaders are provided.
Program and Curriculum Planning of an Administrator
Explain how the role of the administrator is different from that of the teacher in program and curriculum planning.
Describe the learning and developmental needs of your chosen age group.
Analyze how your program will address the cognitive, social, emotional, and physical development of children in this age group (give specific curricular ideas for each area of development) as well as classroom management and the daily schedule.
Explain how your program aligns with the philosophy, vision, and mission statements you created in Week One.
Discuss how your program aligns with NAEYC's indicators of effective curriculum, as outlined in Chapter 4 and found in the article, "Where We Stand on Curriculum, Assessment, and Program Evaluation."View Full Posting Details