The following classroom activity and its home extension include step-by-step instructions and sample questions to promote conversations about spatial orientation to build children’s reasoning processes and spatial terminology.
Lindsey Perry Eloise Aniag Kuehnert Leanne Ketterlin Geller
In this article, we look at how a service-learning project helped foster receptive language competencies for infants through art experiences and encouraged socially and culturally responsive practices by students.
The following DAP snapshot and reflection touches on how one teacher built on preschool children’s funds of knowledge in the context of their neighborhood environments to enrich their science curriculum.
Laura Purvis Cynthia Parker Virginia Diez
Media literacy education is much more than coviewing or teaching children how to decode a few media texts, question advertising claims, or stay safe online. It’s about opening the world—and all its possibilities—to them.
When planned, implemented, and individualized to meet children’s strengths and needs, inclusive practices can lead to positive outcomes for all children in the form of increased access, membership, participation, friendships, and support.