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    Please provide an explanation/illustration of how one can demonstrate mastery in the early childhood field and reflective practice in reference to the following outcome:�Demonstrate knowledge of designing effective curriculum and instructional processes with in the early childhood educational setting.

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    Web reference: http://www.state.nj.us/education/ece/pd/mt/

    And http://www.curriculum-management-update.com/node/5770

    A master teacher is one who can demonstrate average to above average cognitive learning gains in their students consistently, even the ESL and Special Education students, one who has few to no discipline problems in the classroom due to their classroom management skills, and one whose students distinguish themselves on standardized tests, and other measures of competency.

    Reflective practice is a part of being a master teacher, because these professionals are constantly reviewing their performance to determine what went well, and what could have gone better with a little adjustment. Reflective practice ...

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    Reflective teaching practice explained, and how this dovetails into master teaching.