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Li Wei Sun - CD 50

CD50 Study Guide

Quiz 1 | Quiz 2 | Quiz 3

CD 50  Quiz 1  Study Guide for 7th edition

Chapter 1

pp.8-19
Defining the Terms
In Ancient Times
European Renaissance and Reformation
Comenius, Locke, Rousseau, Pestalozzi, Montessori, Steiner,

pp.20-25
Colonial Days, Children in Enslavement
John Dewey, The Field Expands: Kindergarten, Patti Smith Hill

p.29  Head Start

pp.32-35
The McMillan Sisters, The Progressive Education Movement,
The Waldorf School, Reggio Emilia

Chapter2

pp.48-55
Mixed-Age Grouping, Looping, DAP, Three Criteria,
DAP Principles in Action, DACP

pp.47-70
The Core of Early Childhood Education (all)
The Extending Services to Families (all)

p.72 Out-of-School-Time Care

Chapter 3

pp. 98-108
The Whole Child (all)
Common Characteristics (all)
Word Pictures (all)
Using Word Pictures (all to Five-Year-Old)

pp.112-113 How Children Differ (all)

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CD 50   Quiz 2 Study Guide

Chapter 4

pp. 131-137
The Nature of Development
Sigmund Freud
Erik Erikson

pp.138-141
Behaviorist Theory
Theory of Behaviorism and Learning

pp.142-147 Cognitive Theory

pp. 149-150 Sociocultural Theory

pp. 152-158
Ecological Theory
Multiple Intelligences Theory
Maturation Theory
Human Theory

pp. 163-165
Learning through Play
Types of Play

Chapter 5

p.190 Teacher Diversity

pp.191-196 The Teacher's Role

pp.196-199
Self-Awareness
Attitudes and Biases
Professionalism

pp.199-203 A Collaborative Effort: Team Teaching

pp.203-207 The Beginnings of Professionalism

pp. 210-211 Components of A Good Evaluation

Chapter 6

pp. 226-233
What Is Observation?
Why Observe?

pp. 237-244
Common Elements of Observations
Types of Observations

pp. 263-265 Authentic Assessment: The Portfolio

Regulations Handouts

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CD 50  Quiz 3 Study Guide

Chapter 7

pp. 279-284
Factors That Affect Behavior
Developmental Factors
Environmental Factors
Individual Styles
Emotional and Social Needs
Cultural Factors

pp.285-288
What Are Guidance and Discipline?
Developmentally Appropriate Guidance
The Language of Guidance and Discipline
Setting Limits

pp.293-299 Guidance Techniques

Chapter 8

pp. 307-310
Strengthening the Partnership
What Teachers and the School Gain
What Children Gain

pp.311-312 Becoming Full and Equal Partners

pp. 314-317
Patterns of Child Rearing
The Changing American Family
Parents with Unique Needs
Needs of Single Parents
Needs of Immigrant Families
The Teacher's Role

Chapter 9

pp.328-336
What is the Environment?
Criteria for Creating Environment

pp. 337-338 The Anti-Bias Environment

pp.340 The Inclusive Environment

pp. 344-348
Health and Safety in the Environment
Guarding Children's Safety

pp.350-362
Creating the Environment
General Requirements
Indoors
Outdoors
Organizing Space and Room Arrangements
Playground Designs

pp.362-366 The Temporal Environment



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