Presentation on theme: "Mrs. Selena Sims And Mrs. Shelley Shelnutt Routines and Responsibilities What should I do to leave the classroom? When I need to find a supply in the."— Presentation transcript:
Routines and Responsibilities What should I do to leave the classroom? When I need to find a supply in the closet or classroom what should I do? What should I not do? When Mrs. Sims or Mrs. Shelnutt are talking with another adult what should I do? When I am activity teacher what do I do with my lesson plans? When I am head teacher what do I do with the activity teachers’ lesson plans and the things I need to turn in? Can I, when I am in lab, return to the closet to get a forgotten supply? When I take a child to the bathroom what should I always do? Where can I get all my turned in work from? When I place a child in time-out what should I always do? If a child gets hurt what should I always do?
Routines and Responsibilities If I have a problem in this class who should I talk to? Will Mrs. Sims take late work? When I talk with a child how should I be? Where should I put my book bag when I come in? Do I take my textbook home? When I write in this class how should it look? As an activity teacher do I clean up from my activity or does the house keeper? When I have just finished lab do I need to clean out my lab box? When a child gives me an article of his/her clothing or belongings where should I put it? What word do we never ever use when disciplining the children?
Eric Carle Newsletter Eric Carle Week “...he chirped the most beautiful sound that she had ever heard.” -Eric Carle Pancakes 1, 2, 3 to the Zoo The Tiny Seed Do You Want To Be My Friend The Very Long Tail Walter the Baker I See A Song Just a few of Eric Carle’s Books Hello! This week we will be focusing on a classic children’s author: Eric Carle. Mr. Carle has written many classic children’s books such as; The Very Hungry Caterpillar, The Very Quiet Cricket, and The Grouchy Ladybug, just to name a few. You can find out more about Eric Carle’s work on his website: www.eric-carle.com Some the activities we will be doing this week will coordinate with Eric Carle’s book. Ms. Tiffany and Ms. Cassie will be reading The Very Quiet Cricket in their small group. During this group the children will have live crickets to observe and listen to. This week will be a lot of fun. Show and Tell Tues: Nash, McKenna, Madison Wed: Luke, Brynn, Skyla Thurs: Christian, Ethan. Payton Fri: Alexis, Hallie, Benjamin Head Teacher: Ms. Meagan Activity Teachers: Ms. Madison, Ms. Emily, Ms. Kayla, Ms. Nissa, Ms. Jordan, Ms. Cassie, and Ms. Tiffany
RequiredExcellentGoodNeeds ImprovementUnsatisfactoryPoints Earned Format: Name, Date, Developmental Goals/GPS. Learning objectives, materials, motivation, procedure, closure/transition evaluation Includes all aspects of lesson plan Includes most aspects of lesson plan Includes some aspects of lesson plan Includes no aspects of lesson plan /5 Developmental Goals/GPS:Age appropriate, Goal/Standards are conducive with theme GPS or goal was unclear. Was mostly conducive with theme GPS or goal was incomplete and not conducive with theme Did not include GPS or developmental goal /10 Learning ObjectivesLearning objective clearly states what the child would do during the lesson Learning objective states what child would do but is unclear Learning objective does not state what child would do Did not include learning objective /25 Motivation/IntroductionIn a creative an age appropriate way to engage children in a lesson Is relevant way to engage student in lesson but not age appropriate Is relevant but not creative or age appropriate Did not engage children in lesson /10 ProcedureIncludes all information needed to teach the lesson. Is clearly written and understandable Includes almost all information needed to teach the lesson. Is somewhat clearly written and understandable Includes hardly any of the information needed to teach the lesson Did not include procedure /30 ClosureIs creative and engaging. Recaps the lesson in a way the encourages comprehension Is somewhat creative and engaging. Partially recaps the lesson Is not creative and engaging. Does not recap the lesson. Did not include closure /10 Total
Introduction to Early Childhood Education GPS Checklist The purpose of this assignment is to ensure, you as a student, will master each standard. By having the opportunity to review the standards you can reflect on how you might incorporate various strategies in meeting the standards for the preschool students. To prove that you mastered each standard, please write a detail description of what assignment helped you to reach comprehension of each standard.
MasteredStandard List Fields:FACS-IECE-2: Students will analyze career paths within the Early Childhood Education field. List all contributors and their theories:FACS-IECE-3: Students will identify major contributors to the field of Early Childhood Care and Education and analyze their implications for the educational and childcare practices. FACS-IECE-4: Students will identify and practice professional work ethics: FACS-IECE-5: Students will demonstrate techniques for positive collaborative relationships with children: FACS-IECE-6: Students will respond appropriately to cultural diversity in the learning environment. FACS-IECE-7: Students will discuss ways to adapt the curriculum and classroom for children with special needs: FACS-IECE-8: Students will plan utilize routines and transitional techniques with children FACS-IECE-9: Students will demonstrate integration of curriculum and instruction to meet children developmental needs and interest: FACS-IECE-10: Students will determine components of a well organized developmentally appropriate learning environment: FACS-IECE-11:Students will analyze licensing and accreditation standards FACS-IECE-12: Students will demonstrate professional development planning.
Providing a Healthy and Safe Environment Teacher’s responsibilities 1.Always check the area upon arrival for health and safety hazards. 2.Report all accidents to the teacher and make a written report for the parent. 3.Be responsible for the items you use such as: scissors, hot glue, knives and cleaners. 4.Wash hands after using the restroom, before preparing food and after using cleaners.
Arrival and Departure 1.Children arrive and depart with parent or designated adult. Every car should have a window sign with the child’s name on it. 2. Every child must leave the room with an adult, this includes walking to the playground, the gym and other areas in the building. 3. It is your responsibility to buckle each child into their car seat. The Georgia law requires that all four year old children ride in an approved car-seat. No child is allowed to leave without being buckled into a car-seat.
Watch children for signs of toileting needs. Every child should try to go during transition time. A teacher should stand outside the bathroom door while children are in the restroom. If a child needs help with toileting needs, there should be two teachers present.
The Closet The closet is an area for you to work in. Using the closet is a privilege You are responsible for the following: PICKING UP AFTER YOURSELF! I daily clean and organize the supplies that I use. If something of mine is found, I understand that points will be deducted from my lab grade. It is not only the housekeepers job, nor Mrs. Sims or Mrs. Shelnutt. Signature_____________________________________
Head Teacher Requirements Lab Overview Newsletter Collect Lesson Plans From Activity Teachers Check all Lesson Plans to Ensure Quality Activities Large Group Lesson Plan for Each Day Time Management
What Must Be Taught: Activity Teachers Find you standards on www.georgiastandards.org www.georgiastandards.org Every day Language Arts and Math, and Free Play: Must be taught in Small groups. Once a week you must teach Science, Social Studies, Music, Computers Integration is welcomed!!!
Create educational, creative, meaningful realistic, interesting, and INGENIOUS Lesson Plans Playground Involvement, Students should be Engaged in outdoor play with the preschoolers Snack time Involvement, students should assist and encourage independency in preschoolers with snack and clean up. Small Groups Student should teach the lesson in small group, while being creative, encouraging, knowledgeable, and organized.
House Keeper Review Menu for your week Fill out a grocery list form Prepare a HEALTHY snack Wash hands, food and counter tops, this will prevent the spread of food borne illnesses. Before serving preschoolers snack you must spray down the tables with bleach. Allow it to sit for 2 minutes, wipe off table, then wipe down with a wet paper towel. Wash all dishes used to prepare snack. Family Style. TuesGoldfishGrapesGrape juice WedAppleGraham Cracker Apple juice ThursPuddingmilk FriFruit cupKool-aid
2 nd Period House Keeper 1.Sanitizes all tables: During Calendar 2.Sanitizes the Bathroom: Clean Sink, Toilet, Floor: makes sure all supplies are located in correct area. 3.Check Book Bags 4. Laundry 5.Wipes down all counters 6.Dishes 7.Prepares Snack 8.Cleans Microwave (1x a week) 9.Cleans Refrigerator (1x a week) 10.Lysols all toys 11.Sweep and Mop Kitchen floor 12.Sanitize all tables before snack. 13.Straighten bookshelves 14.Puts away anything that is out of place 15.Serves Snack During lab prep: help activity teachers, make sure high school side is clean: includes dusting, straighten closet, putting supplies up. During down time you are work on your PLP.
3 rd Period House Keeper 1.Sanitizes the Bathroom: Clean Sink, Toilet, Floor: makes sure all supplies are located in correct area. 2.Clean up snack: wash all dishes, dry and put away 3.During large group sanitize tables 4.Wipe all countertops 5. Pack Book Bags 6. Laundry 7.Sanitize tables before getting lunch boxes or lunch out 8.Prepares Lunch: Tue-Thur: get lunch boxes out, Fri: make lunch 9.Cleans Microwave (1x a week) 10.Cleans Refrigerator (1x a week) 11.Lysols all toys 12.Sweep and Mop Kitchen floor 13.Straighten bookshelves 14.Puts away anything that is out of place 15.Look at all games and puzzles and get them together 16.Vacuum while children are playing outside 17.Lay out mats 18.Clean all dishes used in creating lunch During lab prep: help activity teachers, make sure high school side is clean: includes dusting, straighten closet, putting supplies up. During down time you are work on your PLP.
Floaters During Calendar, Large Group Time, Recess you are to help the House Keeper(s) with all responsibilities During Activity Time: You are to Help with Activity Teachers. Assisting them with whatever they need. During lab prep: you are assist any group member with preparation of activities or working on your PLP. You must also ensure that the high school side is clean, that includes closet.
Free Play Activity Teacher Prepare a Free Play Lesson Plan: This is where you develop a box for play. For example: All Different boxes, water table with manipulative, Birthday Box allow students to explore on own; however ask educational questions while playing. Try to relate Free Play Activity to themes.
CREATIVE CREATIVE CREATIVE Jacob Duncan Andrew Swain Jack Ponder Brennan Burfurd Brayden Dickerson Nash Beck Christian Michael Donaldson Tanner Truesdell Michael Berenadelli Hannah Evans Carly Ashcraft Hallie Gay Haley Stover Melanie
Bulletin Board Group Must design Bulletin Board on Paper Collect all supplies prior to Monday Put up Bulletin Board: on Monday: Should take no longer than 15 minutes.
Preschool Schedule 2 nd Period 9:00: preschoolers arrive: high school students get the children out of their cars 9:15: Calendar Time: Large Group (HT) 9:30 to 10:10: Small group: Activities: 4 group rotation 10:10 to 10:30: Large Group: Head Teacher Activity 10:30 to 10:40: Show and Tell 10:40 to 10:55: Snack
Preschool Schedule 3 rd Period 10:55 to 11:00: Bathroom Break 11:00 to 11:15: Phonemes, Alphabet sign language, Story Time: large group: head teacher 11:15 to 12:00: Small group: Activities: 4 group rotation 12:00 to 12:25: Outside Time 12:25 to 12:45: Lunch 12:45 to 1:00: Nap Time
Group Jobs 6 Member Groups 7 Member Groups 8 Member Groups 1.Head Teacher 2. Activity Teacher: Math 3. Activity Teacher: L.Arts 4. Activity Teacher: (S.S, Science, Music, Art, P.E, Computers) 4. Activity Teacher: S.S, Science, Music, Art, P.E, Computers) 5. Activity Teacher: Free Play 6. House Keeper6. Floater: Assisting each Group 7. House Keeper 8. House Keeper
Responsibilities: Lab Prep Head Teacher Activity Teacher FloatersHouse Keepers 4 Lesson Plans for Large Group Lab Overview List of who turned in LP’s and who didn’t Newsletter: goes out on Friday Everything in Folder on Friday 4 lesson plans given to Head Teacher to Review on Thursday Place all 4 Lesson Plans in Folder by Friday. All supplies and materials ready and completed before Friday Aid Head Teacher, Activity Teacher, and House Keeper Clean High School Side and Closet Work on PLP Aid Head Teacher, Activity Teacher, and Clean High School Side and Closet Turn in Grocery list to folder and give a copy to Mrs. Shelnutt Work on PLP You should always be working on somethin g for ECE in lab prep.
Responsibilities for Lab: 2 nd Period Head TeacherActivity Teachers FloaterHouse Keepers Calendar Time: Lead Participate: Help during Calendar time Help House Keeper during calendar House Keeper responsibilities Transitions/ Time/Monitoring Activity GroupsHelp with Activity Groups House Keeper responsibilities Large GroupParticipate in Large Group Help House Keeper House Keeper responsibilities Show and Tell Participate In Large Group Help House Keeper House Keeper responsibilities BathroomHelp with washing hands Help House Keeper House Keeper responsibilities
Responsibilities Lab: 3 rd Period Head TeacherActivity Teachers FloaterHouse Keepers Phonemes, Story, Large Group Time Participate: Iin Large Group Help House Keeper during calendar House Keeper responsibilities Transitions/ Time/Monitoring Activity GroupsHelp with Activity Groups House Keeper responsibilities Large Group: Recess Participate in Large Group Help House Keeper House Keeper responsibilities BathroomHelp with washing hands Help House Keeper House Keeper responsibilities LunchSit with Children and talk Help House Keeper House Keeper responsibilities