12 June 2012

Early Childhood Curriculum !!


Hye awak yg sdg bce entry ini..
- 12 June 2012. 9 a.m @ SITC. Paper He Whàriki Màtauranga mò ngà Mokopuna o Aotearoa a.k.a Early Childhood Curriculum -
atas ni adalah info tntg my 4th paper for dis sem. subjek ni memperkenalkan pelbagai jenis kurikulum awal kanak2 dari pelbagai negara...kalu di Malaysia, kita ada PERMATA & KSPK (Kurikulum Standard Prasekolah Kebangsaan). Di New Zealand, ada Te Whàriki. so, mase duk bace note bout dis curriculum, sy jumpa some info dat i wanna share together wif u guys..lets read! 

Some special characteristics of infants
Physical growth and developmental changes
are more rapid during infancy than during
any other period of life.
Infants are very vulnerable. They are totally
dependent on adults to meet their needs and
are seldom able to cope with discomfort or
Infants have urgent needs that demand
immediate attention.
Infants need the security of knowing that
their emotional and physical needs will be
met in predictable ways.
Infants are subject to rapid fluctuations of
health and well-being.

Some special characteristics of toddlers
Toddlers are energetic and on the move.
Toddlers are gaining control of their world
by checking out limits, causes, and effects.
Toddlers’ desires are often ahead of their
language or physical abilities to achieve
what they want.
Toddlers are active and curious,
determined to become competent and to
make sense of happenings, objects, and ideas.
Toddlers’ feelings are intense and
Toddlers thrive on opportunities and on
being encouraged into exploration and
Toddlers are impulsive and can lack self-control.
Toddlers focus on the here and now.
Toddlers seek social interaction and learn by
imitating others.
Toddlers learn with their whole body and
learn by doing rather than being told.

Some special characteristics of the young child
Young children can recognise a wide range
of patterns and regularities in the world
around them. This encourages them to
question when things are puzzling and
different from what they expect and to
respond to “nonsense” and humour.
Young children have an increasing ability to
see the family, home, or early childhood
education setting in the perspective of the
wider world.
Young children have new capacities for
symbolising and representation, creating art,
music, and dance, as well as developing
abilities with words and numbers.
Young children’s developing literacy and
numeracy skills include new purposes for
language and cognition, such as reasoning,
verbal exploration, puzzling, and finding
out about both their social and physical
Young children’s greater working memory
contributes to their capacity for telling
stories, for more complex problem-solving
strategies, for longer periods of focused
attention, and for more persistent curiosity.
Young children are developing social skills
for establishing and maintaining friendships
and are beginning to be able to see another
person’s point of view.
Young children are consolidating and refining
their physical skills.
Young children are developing their awareness
of themselves as learners by planning,
checking, questioning, and reflecting on
activities and tasks.
Young children use their imaginations to
explore their own and others’ identities.

ni sume adalah info yg sgt menarik dlm mengenal tingkah laku kanak-kanak kecil. sesunguhnya, si kecil adalah ciptaan ALLAH yg sgt unik n istimewa. Jd, hargailah mereka, bukan mengabaikan mereka.

Btw, do wish n pray da best 4 my frens n me. ramai jgk kwn2 seperjuangan tgh x sehat seblum exam ni, termasuk diri ni..alhamdulillah, diri ni masih kuat n b'tmbh sehat even still rse pening2 ckit.

Do pray da best 4 us gorgeous!! 

lurve, mar! (✿◠‿◠)

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