3 edition of Clarifying Environments Program found in the catalog.
Clarifying Environments Program
Andrew John Peterson
Written in English
|Statement||by Andrew John Peterson.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 265 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||265|
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Clarifying can involve asking questions or occasionally summarising what the speaker has said. A listener can ask for clarification when they cannot make sense of the speaker's responses. Sometimes, the messages that a speaker is attempting to send can be highly complex, involving many different people, issues, places and/or times.
Through these discussions, I come to see which guidelines need clarifying. As needed, the whole class and I discuss how the room can work more efficiently. We review such matters as why organization counts, the function of classroom materials, how the quiet area works, what to do when you are stuck on an idea or need help with punctuation, and.
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Having a cozy, warm, and homelike environment in the classroom provides infants with a healthy social/emotional environment. The physical environment for a toddler classroom has eating, napping, diapering, toileting, and playing areas. Play continues to be very important, and learning centers become more obvious for this age-group.
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