Early Childhood Education for High School

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Early Childhood Education

Since my daughter has taken Human Development from a Christian Worldview; I was excited to add Early Childhood Education to her last semester of highschool.

I am always on the lookout for highschool classes that allow my kids to explore career opportunities. I have even put my own together based on my kids interests.

Early Childhood Education: Extras

I created a notebook page for her to record her answers to the questions from each chapter.

Early Childhood Education

I am using these timeline pages to document the people mentioned in each chapter.

My daughter has the bonus of babysitting each week where she can observe and use the lesson plans she creates for this class. I often keep a lookout on social media for fun preschool crafts. We share a Pinterest board for ideas.

The e-book does include blank page for writing lesson plans but I wanted to include a few more examples. Lesson plans can be very personal and I know my daughter knows her best style.

I am going to have my daughter select 4 books from the list and hopefully watch all the movies. Between reading, movies, and projects she will earn a 1/2 credit for an elective in career exploration.

Early Childhood Education: Book List

Early Childhood Education: Movies

  • Temple Grandin
  • Waiting for “Superman”
  • The Children of Chabannes
  • A Place of Our Own: Early Childhood Solutions: Behavior and Emotions
  • Pre-School Power Series
  • Mr. Holland’s Opus

Yes, not all of these movies focus on early childhood education, but I think they still can lead to discussions on the topic.

This is just a small sampling of the ideas and concepts with Early Childhood Education…if you have anything that you think would be a great addition…leave it in the comments.

 

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