High Scope Curriculum

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High Scope Curriculum

Hands-on experiences with people, materials, events, and ideas make up the basis for High Scope.

High Scope Curriculum By: Felicia Perez

The High Scope Approach to Curriculum emphasizes adult-child interaction, a carefully designed learning environment, and a "plan-do-review" process that strengthens initiative and self-reliance in children and young people. Teachers and students are active partners in shaping the educational experience.

Teacher's Role

Advantages to High Scope: Integrates all aspects of child and youth development. Using research-validated strategies, this approach enhances each young person's growth in the foundations of academics as well as in social-emotional, physical, and creative areas.Check out this video of Small-Group Time http://www.highscope.org/Content.asp?ContentId=381

Student's Role

Informational Sites

www.highscope.orghttp://www.education.com/reference/article/basis-high-scope-curriculum/Textbook: Creativity and the Arts with Young Children 3rd ed 2013 by Isbell and RainesImages from GoogleVideo from Youtube.com https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6RPc3ab92EVideo from highscope.org http://www.highscope.org/Content.asp?ContentId=381

English Langugae LearnersThe High Scope Curriculum will benefit ELLs from diverse backgrounds and at varying English proficiency levels. With the various types of materials and experiences children will have, an ELL will have ample opportunity to learn and grow. This curriculum includes music, movement, and the arts, allowing young children to express themselves in many ways. Research proves that high-quality preschool programs can have positive effects for many years on young children. An English Language Learner will be able to interact with his/her peers in various activities through nonverbal representation, with various materials, making learning instructional and fun. Since High Scope is child-initiated, ELLs can feel safe in the classroom organizing their thinking.

-Make choices-Follow their interests-Come up with creative responses

-Instigate problem solving-Provide a variety of materials and activities -Ask children to plan what they are going to do-Ask questions to stimulate thinking-Make suggetsions to stimulate thinking


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