ECE Week 7: 9/15/19

Here’s what’s coming up this week:

ECE1:   We finished our Egg Baby social experiment. Many babies did not survive the week… so sad…

We will now begin to learn how different cultures approach child rearing and education.

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ECE2:   We begin our Super Foods presentations on Monday. We continue our nutrition unit.

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Check out this video on Choose My Plate dietary guidelines:

 

 

 

 

ECE Week 6: 9/8/19

Here’s what’s coming up:

ECE1: Egg babies!!! Make sure you are being responsible and taking great care of your babies! We will design rooms and create budgets for our bundles of joy.

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ECE2: Great job on your community workers lessons with Ms. Garcia’s class! We begin to plan our Super Foods lessons. You will prepare and implement a lesson on your Super Food.

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ECE: Week 5: 9/1/2019

In case you missed it:

This is one of my favorite weeks in ECE1: BABIES!!! and ECE2: Healthy Eating!!! Here’s what’s coming up:

ECE1: You will need to have all of your supplies for Egg Babies here by Thursday

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ECE2: We continue to look at the American diet and how it impacts children.

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Check out this article and video on suggestions for feeding a baby healthy foods and be ready: you are going to plan meals for an entire week for a 12 month old!

https://www.virtuallabschool.org/infants-toddlers/healthy/lesson-5

ECE: Week 4: Week of 8/25/2019

It’s hard to believe we are in our 4th week of school! It’s been awesome, and I love the enthusiasm everyone is bringing to class! Here’s what’s coming up:

 

THIS WEEK:

ECE1: We have begun to look at issues that impact children. We are learning about dysfunctional and functional families and what positively and negatively impacts a child’s growth and development.

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ECE2:  We are learning about students with special needs and how to best teach these students.

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We will play this Jeopardy game to review special education laws: (copy and paste address)

http://www.superteachertools.us/jeopardyx/jeopardy-review-game.php?gamefile=893872#.WI8-l1UrLDc

 

ECE: Week 3: 8/18

Don’t forget our PTA Open House is Thursday,  8/22!

 

Our career presentations were great. So many of you are interested in careers in Health Care. These are careers that truly impact children. We will learn about factors that influence children as far as their physical, social and emotional development.

Here’s what’s coming up next week:

ECE1: We will continue to work on our career paths: ECE1 week 3

ECE2: Don’t forget to bring in your ingredients for our cooking lab. Here’s the plan: ECE 2 week 3

ECE1 students, check out this video about choosing a career:

ECE: Week 2: 8/4

Well, we’re off to a great start!! Interns are all placed and doing great. ECE2 had their first cooking assignment and with no huge catastrophes. ECE1 is getting to know their inner selves and deciding career paths that might interest them. Here’s what’s coming up:

 

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Check out this great video about the importance of early childhood education. If you write a brief summary of it and turn it in to me, you will receive 10 bonus points!!! (Due no later than 08/09)

Welcome Back!

 

ECE 1/ 2/ Internship:

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Hope everyone had a wonderful summer! I am so excited for this semester!! This week we will be getting to know each other and learning classroom rules and procedures. Everyone needs to print the syllabus and complete required paperwork.

 

ECE1 Syllabus:   ECE1 Syllabus-1mrxmhh/     Plans:  Weekly-Lesson-Plans-ECE2-Week-1-1y7wrcj

ECE2 Syllabus:  ECE2-Syllabus-1807wjx/     Plans:  Weekly Lesson Plans ECE2 Week 1 (1)-1s068eu

Internship: internship portfolio

Internship Forms: internship form-12jik66

 

Here is a little about myself:

This is my ninth year at Harrison and my 28th year in Cobb County. (Time flies when you are having fun!!) I taught elementary school for 19 years, PE at Harrison, and now I am teaching Early Childhood Education classes. I also coach JV soccer at Harrison. I feel very fortunate to have this opportunity. I love what I do and want to inspire Harrison’s students to work hard, learn much and make a difference in the world.

On a personal note, My husband, Chris Tanner, and I and have two “kids”. My daughter, Audrey, graduated from Harrison in 2015 and  is attending the University of North Alabama. She plays soccer there and is majoring in nursing. My son, Andrew, graduated from Emmanuel College where he played soccer and received a degree in Sports Management. He recently married Ashley Thor Tanner and is now employed at my Alma mater, Kennesaw State University. We are a big soccer family and love the outdoors: fishing, kayaking, hiking…

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Mrs. Tanner: Sophomore: Belaire High School: Baton Rouge, LA

 

 

Week 16

Wow, it’s hard to believe there’s just a few weeks left in the semester. We have much to do!!

Here’s what’s coming up this week:

ECE1:

This week we will develop lesson plans for special needs students. We will create these lessons and our special needs students will come to our class and rotate through our activities.

 

We will also begin to study how poverty effects young children.

Monday:

Issues parents/ babies face in poverty

Tuesday:

 Research different aspects of poverty

Wednesday:

 Create PowerPoint and class lesson on these issues

Thursday:

 Present PowerPoint

Friday

Present PowerPoint

Here is a chart on poverty in America:

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ECE2:

We will begin to study diseases and how they effect children.

Monday:

Topic: Diabetes: We will learn about issues facing Type 1 and type 2 diabetes patients.

Tuesday:

We will create a menu for a diabetic child

Wednesday:  

We will prepare a meal suitable for a diabetic child.

Thursday:

Asthma: We will look at statistics/ treatments and impact this disease has on school age children

Friday:

Types of cancer that impact children: We will look at statistics/ treatments and impact this disease has on school age children

Check out this video about a child with cancer: