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Bringing the High Scope Approach to your Early Years by Nicky Holt

By Nicky Holt

In case your university or association is bringing excessive Scope in as their new studying method this can be precious yet i would not however it in the event that your are only examining up on it for the Praxis examination

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Practitioners who work with young children need to ensure that the outdoor environment is as valued and important to the children’s well-being and development as the indoors. Access to the outdoor space should, if at all possible, be available to children simultaneously with indoor activities. High/Scope considers the outdoor space as of equal value to the indoor learning environment. Throughout the daily routine children should have access to the outdoor space: they can experience many opportunities for active learning through exploration and interaction in the outdoor learning environment.

They also begin to realise they are competent thinkers, decision makers and problem solvers. (Hohmann and Weikart 2002: 167) Plan-do-review is the centrepiece of the High/Scope active learning approach and is the central part of the daily routine. Practitioners give this segment of the daily routine the most time; for example, in a twoand-a-half-hour session plan-do-review will take up at least one of those hours. 31 The physical environment Planning time At planning time children meet in small groups with a familiar adult and plan what they are going to do in the next part of their session.

It provides children with enjoyable shared experiences that give them a sense of belonging to a group or community who value each other. With the youngest children large-group time has the same ethos in that it’s a time to say hello, maybe through a song, share musical experiences and simple stories and dance. Babies particularly enjoy simple books made by the practitioner using photographs of themselves and the setting. Small-group time Small-group time is the only time in the High/Scope routine when the practitioner would present an activity to children although it’s not a teacher-led lesson.

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