CD50 Study Guide

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CD 50 Quiz 1  Study Guide for 7th edition

Chapter 1

Defining the Terms
In Ancient Times
European Renaissance and Reformation
Comenius, Locke, Rousseau, Pestalozzi, Montessori, Steiner,

Colonial Days, Children in Enslavement
John Dewey, The Field Expands: Kindergarten, Patti Smith Hill

p.29 Head Start

The McMillan Sisters, The Progressive Education Movement,
The Waldorf School, Reggio Emilia


Mixed-Age Grouping, Looping, DAP, Three Criteria,
DAP Principles in Action, DACP

The Core of Early Childhood Education (all)
The Extending Services to Families (all)

p.72 Out-of-School-Time Care

Chapter 3

pp. 98-108
The Whole Child (all)
Common Characteristics (all)
Word Pictures (all)
Using Word Pictures (all to Five-Year-Old)

pp.112-113 How Children Differ (all)

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CD 50 Quiz 2 Study Guide

Chapter 4

pp. 131-137
The Nature of Development
Sigmund Freud
Erik Erikson

Behaviorist Theory
Theory of Behaviorism and Learning

pp.142-147 Cognitive Theory

pp. 149-150 Sociocultural Theory

pp. 152-158
Ecological Theory
Multiple Intelligences Theory
Maturation Theory
Human Theory

pp. 163-165
Learning through Play
Types of Play

Chapter 5

p.190 Teacher Diversity

pp.191-196 The Teacher's Role

Attitudes and Biases

pp.199-203 A Collaborative Effort: Team Teaching

pp.203-207 The Beginnings of Professionalism

pp. 210-211 Components of A Good Evaluation

Chapter 6

pp. 226-233
What Is Observation?
Why Observe?

pp. 237-244
Common Elements of Observations
Types of Observations

pp. 263-265 Authentic Assessment: The Portfolio

Regulations Handouts

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CD 50 Quiz 3 Study Guide

Chapter 7

pp. 279-284
Factors That Affect Behavior
Developmental Factors
Environmental Factors
Individual Styles
Emotional and Social Needs
Cultural Factors

What Are Guidance and Discipline?
Developmentally Appropriate Guidance
The Language of Guidance and Discipline
Setting Limits

pp.293-299 Guidance Techniques

Chapter 8

pp. 307-310
Strengthening the Partnership
What Teachers and the School Gain
What Children Gain

pp.311-312 Becoming Full and Equal Partners

pp. 314-317
Patterns of Child Rearing
The Changing American Family
Parents with Unique Needs
Needs of Single Parents
Needs of Immigrant Families
The Teacher's Role

Chapter 9

What is the Environment?
Criteria for Creating Environment

pp. 337-338 The Anti-Bias Environment

pp.340 The Inclusive Environment

pp. 344-348
Health and Safety in the Environment
Guarding Children's Safety

Creating the Environment
General Requirements
Organizing Space and Room Arrangements
Playground Designs

pp.362-366 The Temporal Environment

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