As a provider, I will utilize a program that will facilitate the physical, cognitive, grammar structure, and creative aptitudes of infant/pre-schoolers. The implementation of activities and various resources encourage the "oneness" of a child. Through the timely and suitable learning strategies of the four Functional Areas below, I will collectively demonstrate my ability to meet Standard II.
Aaa is maintaining a stationary position on the balance beam, standing still on both feet to find the balance of her body and the centre of gravity, then slowly moves forward to the other end of the beam, alternating feet while maintaining momentum (EYLF 3.2, gross motor movement and balance).
Molly Pitcher is a person who never left family and had no fear. When you have those wonderful qualities someone is bound to notice. That’s what happened to Molly Pitcher Hayes, she started out as a servant, and ended her life being a hero of the Revolutionary War.
Born in Brooklyn, New York, Gerald Schwartz is a professor of history at Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, North Carolina. A graduate of Mexico City College, Dr. Schwartz holds a Ph.D. from Washington State University. His article, "An Integrated Free School in Civil War Florida," which also concerns the career of Dr. Esther Hill Hawks, appeared in The Florida Historical Quarterly.
There are four types of development, physical, cognitive, emotional, and social. Physical development is the growth of gross and fine motor, skills. Gross motor skills are walking, running, throwing, and crawling. Fine motor skills are writing, holding a fork, and using scissors. Physical development is also the easiest to see. Cognitive development is mental development. This development includes learning to recite the alphabet, recognize shapes and colors, problem solve, and use words and phrases. Emotional development is learning what feelings are and being able to recognize what they mean and why they happen. Social development is learning how to interact with other people. There are many things and situations that can affect any of these
I choose to do my report on Margaret Graner because she seemed like a brave woman. She made a brave and dangerous escape to freedom with her family. Margaret wanted what was best for her children, even if that meant killing them. All she ever wanted for her children was for them to never suffer the life of a slave.
Janet Smylie presents the current challenges facing indigenous Canadians in Westernised educational models. The author outlines the impact of colonisation on indigenous sociocultural belief systems highlighting this as a mitigating factor in the low levels of indigenous youth literacy. Smylie summarises the need to incorporate conceptualisation of Aboriginal culture, learning styles and perceptions when drafting framework for literacy outcomes. Additionally, the author highlights the need for self-determination by utilising the knowledge within communities to officially establish intrinsic connection between health and literacy outcomes in indigenous communities. In particular, embracing indigenous values such as metaphysical beliefs and traditional
Mona Hayes was a thief with swift case of murder. In the 1930s Mona Hayes was travelling with a fake identity. Mona Hayes was known as a theatre usher and known to be working with a bad company. Hayes was always found to be accompanied with cheats and thieves and when the company was going through financial occurrences they would use these clients as robbers or blackmail artists and that was according to the police departments.
The sixties have been recalled many times as a revolutionizing era, where America gained Her strength and Her individualism. The sixties were a time of self-expression and complex change for the United States of America. This period of change was very prevalent in many American lives. Sandra Cribb, a very close family friend, recalled what the sixties (1954-1975) met to her, and how this change in culture, politics, and technology, related to her life.
Watson (2012) defines physical development as the process that starts in human infancy and continues into late adolescent concentrating on fine and gross motor development. Fine motor development involves more finely tuned movements such as grasping, building bricks and gross motor development involves larger movements such as walking, climbing, climbing stairs and riding bicycles.
Based on evidence-based literature from various fields including motor development, motor control, and motor learning, Brymer and Renshaw theorize that the constraint-led perspective provides an appropriate approach to skill acquisition as this perspective acknowledges the importance of environmental dynamics. Stemming from both the ecological psychology and dynamic systems theory, the constraint-led approach is dependent upon a distinctive interaction between the individual, the task, and the environment as the approach theorizes that learning is non-linear. Therefore, when individuals directly perceive functional information from all three elements, the information ultimately guides the system to self-organize and find new movement patterns.
In discussion of struggle,perseverance,failure and success one debates is Angela Duckworth opinion that perseverance leads to success .One the other hand James Camicheal believes that doing hard things like playing Max Payne 3 prepares us to overcome harder obstacles in real life . which leads me to developing my own theory without perseverance we as human beings wouldn't succeed .
This year our HPE class been assigned to design and construct a fifteen minutes coaching session which was relevant to the chosen sport of Volleyball. The coaching session had to consist of a highly effective skill used in the game of volleyball such as a Set, dig, spike or serve. This multimodal presentation will evaluate and discuss the effectiveness and furthermore provide justification using examples from my session and furthermore give specific recommendations to further improve the effectiveness of my coaching session.