Early childhood pedagogical beliefs

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Early childhood pedagogical beliefs by Mind Map: Early childhood pedagogical beliefs

1. Inquiry-based learning

2. play-based learning

2.1. child-centred, child-led, child-directed

2.2. teacher facilitated, teacher-led

3. provocations

3.1. inquiry

3.2. investigations

3.3. observations

3.4. discussions

4. nature play

5. assessments

5.1. skills - social, self-management, thinking, reflecting, communication

6. transitions

6.1. smooth transitions for the future

7. conducive learning enviroments

7.1. student agency

7.2. ownership of learing

7.3. leading by example

8. child is at the core of learning and teaching

8.1. nurturing the whole child

8.1.1. socio-emotional, physical, linguistic

9. Families have a voice

10. partnerships with all stakeholders

10.1. child, families, wider community

11. interpersonal relationships

12. professional learning

12.1. coaching, mentoring, supporting

13. respect for diversity and differences

13.1. bilingualism and multilingualism

13.2. Indigenous perspectives

13.3. migrant and refugee perspectives

14. Identity and belonging

15. Respectful teaching partnerships

16. Reflective practice

17. Intentional teaching

18. Open and honest communication

19. socio-cultural

19.1. significant role of families and communities

20. sociology

20.1. childhood viewed from multiple perspectives

21. reconceptualising movement

21.1. agency, competence

22. Theories

23. Democratic, Motivator