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  Overview For this Assessment, you will create a PowerPoint presentation  titled: Early Childhood Content Portfolio. Your content portfolio will

 

Overview

For this Assessment, you will create a PowerPoint presentation  titled: Early Childhood Content Portfolio. Your content portfolio will  include the key content areas of the early childhood curriculum:  language arts, social studies, math, science, physical education, and  the creative arts. For each content area, you will include details about  the key professional organization; standards, strands, and/or themes;  meaningful learning experiences; and informational resources.

Note: Paying close attention to and drawing from the  resources provided, also take time to discuss the content areas with  the host teacher in your field experience setting to learn about  additional resources or approaches to content that he/she uses and finds  effective.

Professional Skills: Written Communication and Technology are assessed in this Competency.

 

Instructions

Before submitting your Assessment, carefully review the rubric. This  is the same rubric the assessor will use to evaluate your submission and  it provides detailed criteria describing how to achieve or master the  Competency. Many students find that understanding the requirements of  the Assessment and the rubric criteria help them direct their focus and  use their time most productively. Review the key topics for this assessment and discuss them with your Host Teacher to gather their insights and thoughts.

Access the following to complete this Assessment:

Early Childhood Content Portfolio

Use the Early Childhood Content Portfolio Template to create a PowerPoint Presentation consisting of about 30–36 slides. For each content area, include the following:

  • Key Professional Organization (1–2 slides as needed) 
    • Describe one key organization that supports P-12 educators in teaching the content area. Include: 
      • Name of the organization and the link
      • Mission/purpose/guidelines of the organization
      • A brief description of resources provided for educators by the organization
      • At least one insight you gained that will support your work with children in this content area
  • Standards, Strands, and/or Themes (1–2 slides as needed) 
    • Identify standards, strands and/or themes related to the content area for P-3 children
    • Explain, in a brief summary, what young children will be learning in this content area. Cite your source of information
  • Meaningful Learning Experiences (2–3 slides as needed) 
    • Identify at least 2 meaningful learning experiences or lesson plans  that support planning of meaningful learning experiences for young  children. For each learning experience/lesson plan, explain: 
      • The learning experience/lesson plan (2–3 sentences) with a link to the resource or a citation
      • The content area(s) and strand(s) addressed (2–3 sentences)
      • A rationale for how the content and approaches presented serve to promote meaningful learning and teaching. (4–5 sentences)
  • Informational Resources (1 slide) 
    • Recommend at least two informational resources that support planning  meaningful learning and teaching experiences in this content area.  Provide a link and an annotation explaining how the resource can be used  to support meaningful learning and teaching.

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