Infant Curriculum: Self Reflection

At Week 16 of the semester you will monitor your progress towards achieving your goals. Your learning, growth and progress towards achieving your goals will help to determine your grade for ECE 209. To monitor your progress towards meeting you goals,  answer the questions below at the end of each module to document your progress over the semester.

  • What did you learn in this week’s modules for ECE 209-Lecture and Seminar that connects to your goals?
    • Information/ knowledge
    • Skills
    • Insights (connections you made or “ah-ha’s” you had about the material)
  • How will the material from these modules help and support you to meet your goals

4 thoughts on “Infant Curriculum: Self Reflection”

  1. In this week’s Module, I learned about multi-age classrooms. They are very helpful not only for infants and families but also for teachers. Infants are able to develop greater empathy and social understanding through their peer relationships. Children will gain more empathy along with that develop security. Because they can stay in the same setting with the same teachers for up to three years, children also have the opportunity to form secure attachments. It would also foster continuity which helps infants with their self-regulation. Teachers would build stronger family relationships caregivers would be able to understand the family better. I think this is one of the best things I used to work in a multi-age environment and although it can be a little challenging because of the age differences is also for me one of the greatest classrooms environment. We are always learning and by watching others we learn it applies to infants watching older children would help them try new things and learn behaviors. This would help me because during these years of working with children for me it is important that they learn and grow in an environment where they feel safe and are not afraid to learn and most important where they feel secure and cared for.

  2. In this weeks module I learned what multiage is and how it can really benefit the children and those around us. They have found that children in multiage groups have better cognitive and social growth, improved academic achievement, and enhances self-concepts, and more verbal communications. Children also learn to empathize and form safe/ healthy attachments. Also learned how important COC continuity of care and is strongly recommended in infant and toddler care education. Some of the benefits of COC are it deepens teacher knowledge of individual knowledge, makes children development smoother, decreases stress, and empowers families.

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