Parent Helpers 2012

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Learning http://www.phps.vic.edu.au/ http://www.pz.harvard.edu/vt/visibleThinking_html_files/03_ThinkingRoutines/03c_CoreRoutines.html http://www.education.vic.gov.au/ http://www.eduweb.vic.gov.au/edulibrary/public/earlychildhood/learning/veyldframework.pdf

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Being a Helper Purpose How children learn Recognize and value difference Explore the role of Parent Helpers

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To learn children need A reason to learn Active involvement Demonstrations and modelling Activity based learning Opportunities for repetition and reinforcement Opportunities for practising Efforts to be praised

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Learning Styles Visual learners Auditory Learners Kinaesthetic Learners Learn by doing and moving

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What does being a helper mean? Assisting under the direction of the teacher by w orking with small groups of children providing a role model for learning. Your support ensures that children remain on task while teachers work with other groups. Valuable partnerships are formed.

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How to help learning Support and encourage children by praising their efforts. Demonstrate and model appropriately. Ask for help when you are not sure. Encourage children to stay on task.

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Please be aware of making judgements at all times. All children can learn. Children have different learning styles. Children learn at different rates and have different needs. Retain confidentiality. The privacy of both children and parents must be respected at all times. Do not mention the names of children and teachers with whom you are working in front of your own children or other parents. Children can easily be hurt by apparently harmless remarks by their peers or other children.

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As your children’s first teacher you have already taught them by to speak and listen by Expecting them to speak Providing models of how spoken language works Demonstrating how to listen Supporting their attempts with praise

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You can support children by Asking open ended questions Pausing and waiting for answers Giving prompts Rephrasing while supporting attempts Being an active listener Offering praise

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Open ended questions require more than one word to answer. Five W’s and a H Who, what, when, where and how?

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Asking open ended questions. How will you make.........? What happened after .......... ? List all of the ....... How did ......... ? Tell be ........ Think of all the ......... How many ways can you .......... ? Suppose that .......... What would you say if ........? Why is ........? How did you feel when ..........? What makes you say that? How interesting .........

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Pause and wait for answers. Allow for thinking time. Give prompts-give a hint to encourage a response. Be an active listener-watch the speaker. Don’t interrupt. Use facial expressions nod, smile to encourage the speaker and demonstrate that you are listening. Offer praise, use encouraging words. I like the way that you ............

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