Active Experiences for Active Children - Social Studies
This text is appropriate for any Early Childhood Social Studies course.Based on Dewey's theory of learning, this text consists of 8 clear, concise, and useable guides for planning meaningful learning experiences in the social studies for children in childcare settings, nursery or preschool programs, Head Start, and kindergartens. Primary grades can also engage in active experiential learning too, as each experience is extended to the early primary grades. This is the only activity book that includes experiences in history, geography, economics, and living in a democracy together (or "in one book").
- Paperback | 168 pages
- 217.4 x 277.4 x 12.7mm | 390.1g
- 03 Aug 2000
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
PART ONE - THEORY OF ACTIVE EXPERIENCES. 1. Experiences and Education: Putting Dewey's Theory Into Practice. 2. Active Children-Active Environments. 3. Building Connections to Home and Community Through Active Experiences. 4. Experiences and Social Studies Content. PART TWO - GUIDES TO ACTIVE EXPERIENCES. 5. The Past Is Present: History for Young Children. 6. Earth: The Place We Live. 7. Way Up In the Sky. 8. Mapping for Young Children. 9. Making and Keeping Friends. 10. Wants and Needs: Beginning Economic Concepts. 11. Living in a Democracy: From Choices to Voting. 12. Valuing Diversity. Index.