Infant Curriculum

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Infant Curriculum by Mind Map: Infant Curriculum

1. Assessments

1.1. Observations

1.1.1. Checklist

1.1.2. Annecdotal Records

1.1.3. Video/ Audio Recordings

2. Assessments

2.1. Observation

2.1.1. Anecdotal Notes, Checklists, Vido.Audio Recordings

3. Strategies and Methods

3.1. One-To One Moments

3.1.1. conversation- like take turn

3.2. Four Interaction Patterns

3.2.1. communication loops

3.2.1.1. eye contact

3.2.1.1.1. verbal mapping

3.3. Daily Schedule

3.3.1. i.e.Feeding, changing,sleep times, etch.

3.4. Exploratory ACtivies

3.4.1. Sensorimotor

3.4.1.1. sight, taste, smell and sound

3.5. Teacher Initiated Activities

3.5.1. i.e. Readig a book, singing songs and finger play, promoting object permenance

3.6. Nurturing and Creating a secure environment

4. Strategies and Methods

4.1. Types of Activities

4.1.1. Exploratory Activites

4.1.2. Formal and Informal Learning Activities

4.1.3. Teacher- Medicated Activites

4.1.3.1. One-to-One Accvitites:

4.1.3.1.1. eye contact, communication loop, veral mapping, adult to child talk

4.1.4. Routine Activities

4.2. Daily Schedule

4.2.1. Eating, Sleeping, Physical Care, "Alert Time"

5. Theoretical Perspectives

5.1. Behavorist

5.1.1. Skinner

5.1.1.1. Nuture

5.1.1.2. Blank Slate

5.1.1.3. Semantic, Syntactic and Morphemic Knowledge

5.1.1.4. Operant Conditioning

5.2. Cognitive Developmentalist

5.2.1. Jean Piaget

5.2.1.1. Nature

5.2.1.2. Semantic and Morphemic Knowledge

5.2.1.3. Universal Grammar

5.3. Nativist

5.3.1. Noam Chomsky

5.3.1.1. Nature

5.3.1.2. Syntatic Knowledge

5.3.1.3. Universal Grammar

5.4. Interactionist

5.4.1. Lev Vygosky

5.4.1.1. Nurture

5.4.1.2. Pragmatic Knowledge

5.4.1.3. Socio-cultural interaction