Describe a play-based learning center that would foster social and emotional development

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Respond to your peers by addressing the following:

1. Describe a play-based learning center that would foster social and emotional development.

1. Discuss how the center you suggested aligns with the ideas shared in their initial post.

 

 

PEERS POST:

Hello everyone,

Children base their understanding of the world on their environment and the people in it. Trusting their caregivers, family, and educators is essential to their emotional balance. Children are born with the instinct to bond with other humans that nurture their needs. Play is a natural way for children to learn how to be social. They learn how to take turns, care about other people’s feelings, develop communication skills, and gain a sense of self-awareness.

The important developmental milestones for preschool children are self-awareness and relationship skills. Self-awareness is understanding one’s emotions and behaviors and how they might affect others. Based on self-awareness, children can build relationships with others by understanding their feelings and behaviors.

My advice to Paul and Amy would be to get Charlie involved in many school activities to keep her interested in having relationships with other children her age. Children learn from one another; social interactions are important for children with no siblings to play and interact with. I would also encourage them to ask Charlie about her day at preschool, what she liked the most about it, and what she did not like so much.

 

-Danielle

 

References:

Berk, L. E. (2022).  Infants and children  (9th Edition). SAGE Publications, Inc. (US).

UNICEF South Africa. (2019, January 30).  The power of  play [Video]. YouTube. https://youtu.be/C3No2_ObHLY

Respond to your peers by addressing the following:

· Describe a play-based learning center that would foster social and emotional development.

· Discuss how the center you suggested aligns with the ideas shared in their initial post.

 

 

PEERS POST:

Preschool Play

Discuss two social-emotional milestones you think are important to foster in preschoolers.

 As Charlie’s educator, I would reassure Paul and Amy by explaining that social-emotional skills are learned at birth through trust and nurture from meaningful relationships and positive interactions with parents, caregivers, and educators. “Research indicates that children are born ready to connect with other people in their environment”  virtual lab. (n.d.). Therefore, Charlie’s social-emotional development can be facilitated and supported by modeling developmentally appropriate behaviors through communication, perspective-taking, problem-solving, and cooperation by sharing with peers, brainstorming ideas, using relevant communication skills, and helping her to understand the feelings of her peers.

To further the conversation, I can explain and empathize with two social-emotional milestones that are imperative during preschool. These milestones are self-awareness which is the ability to recognize one’s thoughts, behaviors, and emotions; the other social-emotional milestone is relationship skills. Relationship skills help preschoolers like Charlie form and maintain thriving, beneficial relationships with multiple and diverse peers that can last well beyond the preschool years.

Explain how using play-based learning experiences helps to naturally foster peer relationships with preschoolers .

According to Andrew Boryga of the George Lucas Educational Foundation, “New research shows that play-based learning is more effective than direct instruction at improving outcomes for early learners” Boryga, (2022) . The benefits of play-based learning provide preschoolers with opportunities to interact with others and develop relationships with their peers. Play-based learning also teaches preschoolers social skills, like taking turns, collaborating, sharing, communicating, and solving conflicts.

“Play is a natural part of childhood and is inherently human. Play is essential for children to acquire new knowledge and skills from birth. Play can take many forms. When children play, they learn to socialize and develop early foundational concepts in math, science, geography, the universe, and virtually all aspects of existence. The brain thrives on experiences that establish new neural connections and pathways, and play is a perfect way to provide these experiences” for preschoolers.  UNICEF South Africa, (2019).

Share two pieces of advice you would give to Paul and Amy about the benefits of peer relations during the preschool years.

To Paul and Amy, the benefits of peer relationships during preschool will help Charlie learn social-emotional skills such as empathy, self-awareness, self-regulation, and problem-solving. Charlie will also remember to include other children in her play by sharing her experiences and feelings with peers to enhance her social behavior.

 

-Ingrid

 

References:

Berk, L. E. (2022).  Infants and children  (9th Edition). SAGE Publications, Inc. (US).

Boryga, A. (2022). For Young Kids, The Power of Play-Based Learning. Marin county. California: George Lucas Educational Foundation.

Goyette, D. (n.d.).. The Genius of Play.  https://thegeniusofplay.org/genius/expert-advice/articles/supporting-social-play-helping-children-learn-social-skills-from-play.aspx#.YSJ-Ky1h3zJLinks to an external site.

UNICEF South Africa. (2019, January 30).  The power of  play [Video]. YouTube. https://youtu.be/C3No2_ObHLY

Virtual Lab School. (n.d.).  Preschool: Social & emotional development site.  Links to an external site.

https://www.virtuallabschool.org/preschool/social-and-emotional-development Links to an external site. .

Reply 6-1 AS (100 words and 1 reference)

“Texas has adopted a system of “determinate sentencing.” This means that there are certain sentencing guidelines in Texas, which are standards that have been put in place so rational and consistent sentencing practices in a particular jurisdiction can be established (Gale Law Group, 2021)”

I chose to discuss the misdemeanors because I was slightly confused on the process. The are clissified by A, B and C. there is no clear indication on theft of cable service and I feel that stalking should be of a higher charge. It may not be bodily harm now, but has potential, where is the fine line of determining this is a felony? I don’t understand why a terroristic threats is Class B,this is farm more serious that its being portrayed here.

Class A misdemeanor-1 year; $4,000 fine Burglary; theft of property valued at $500 or more, but less than $1,500; theft of cable service; stalking without bodily injury(The Texas Politics Project, n.d.).

Class B misdemeanor-180 days; $2,000 fine Theft of property valued at $20 or more, but less than $500; driving while intoxicated; possession of up to 4 ounces of marijuana; making terroristic threats(The Texas Politics Project, n.d.).

Class C misdemeanor-$500 fine Theft of property valued at less than $20; assault without bodily injury; producing or selling term papers or reports for use by others; attending a dog fight(The Texas Politics Project, n.d.).

Reply 6-1 RC (100 words and 1 reference)

I chose criminally negligent homicide for this weeks post.

6-2-107. Criminally negligent homicide.

(a) Except under circumstances constituting a violation of

W.S. 6-2-106, a person is guilty of criminally negligent

homicide if he causes the death of another person by conduct

amounting to criminal negligence.

(b) Criminally negligent homicide is a misdemeanor

punishable by imprisonment for not more than one (1) year, a

fine of not more than two thousand dollars ($2,000.00), or both (Wyolegal, 2022)

This statute is a kind of catch all for you causing someone’s death. An example would be that if you and a friend were playing with a gun and it accidentally went off, shooting your friend and killing them. I think if I was the suspect and caused the death of someone I would be glad this statute existed but if I was the victims family I may not be happy with it being a misdemeanor. I do think there are accidents that it would apply to but very rare. I believe this is important to have because if it was a true accident, that one mistake should not ruin 20 or more years of someone’s life.

Reply 6-1 XA (100 words and 1 reference)

For this discussion, I chose to write about the sentencing in California for arson. According to California Legislative Information, “A person is guilty of arson when he or she willfully and maliciously sets fire to or burns or causes to be burned or who aids, counsels, or procures the burning of, any structure, forest land, or property.” If someone is found to have arson “great bodily harm,” they will be sentenced to state prison for 5, 7, or 9 years, for inhabited structure or property the sentence would be state prison for 3, 5, or 8 years, and for structure or forest land the sentence would be state prison for 2, 4, or 6 years. One of the things that I did find interesting for the guidelines was that destroying one’s own property is not considered arson, unless there is extended injury or intention to defraud the structure, forest land or property. Due to the significant impact to property damage, I believe that the sentencing for arson in California is fair although I would add that along with serving prison time, the arsonist should be held responsible financially to pay for the damages.

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