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“Every environment implies a set of values or beliefs about the people who use the space and the activities that take place there….each environment also influences the people who use it in subtle or dramatic ways” (Jaruszewicz, page 10).
In Week One you discussed a teaching philosophy and curriculum which most closely matched your own teaching philosophy. This discussion question will expand on these ideas and focus on the classroom environment. Watch each of the following videos:
- Montessori approach: Developmental Stages (Links to an external site.)
- Reggio Emilia approach: Reggio Approach (Links to an external site.)
- Waldorf approach: Waldorf’s Integrated Way of Learning (Links to an external site.)
Pay particular attention to each classroom environment. Choose one approach that you identify with most (it may be the same or different from the approach you discussed in Week One). Utilizing the text and at least one additional resource, please discuss specific values and beliefs of the teaching philosophy/approach you selected, and explain how these values and beliefs are reflected in the classroom environment design. Expand on how the classroom environment design supports the teaching philosophy and curriculum. What elements would you identify as especially important for you to include when implementing this teaching philosophy and curriculum? Your initial discussion post should be at least 200 words in length.
Jaruszewicz, C. (2012). Curriculum and methods for early childhood educators [Electronic version]. Retrieved from https://content.ashford.edu/
*You must properly cite and reference the course text in every discussion. A citation is a parenthetical note within the body of your response. It comes after a direct quote or a paraphrase. A reference comes at the end of your response and refers to the required reading or material. Use in-text citations.