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All I really need to know about pair programming I learned in kindergarten

Laurie A. Williams, Robert R. Kessler
2000 Communications of the ACM  
All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten By Robert Fulghum (Fulghum 1988) Share everything. Play fair. Don't hit people. Put things back where you found them. Clean up your own mess.  ...  survey respondent reflected, "The best thing about pair programming for me is the continuous discussion gave me training in formulating the thoughts I have about design and programming, thereby helping  ...  The pair needs to trust each other's judgement and each other's loyalty to the team. Be aware of the power of two brains. Human beings can only remember and learn a bounded amount.  ... 
doi:10.1145/332833.332848 fatcat:eathqqsqj5dlvcthb26euzrgjy

Guidance of Teaching English to Young Learners (TEYL) for Early Childhood Education Teachers at Ad Dhuha Kindergarten of Jember

Ahmad Jazuly, Ninuk Indrayani
2018 Linguistic, English Education and Art (LEEA) Journal  
The results of this study are: (1) the writer knows the teacher's ability to teach English in Ad Dhuha kindergarten, (2) The writer knows the teaching-learning method used by teachers for their children  ...  audience about the technique of guidance on the implementation of teaching English to young students (TEYL) for teachers of Early Childhood Education in Ad Dhuha Jember Kindergarten.  ...  The activities done in pairs, students practice until they are really ready to interact or ask questions about a thing.  ... 
doi:10.31539/leea.v1i2.175 fatcat:w2opbfuvknak5iv4kzzjxupnde

The Experience of Co-Teaching for Emergent Arabic-English Literacy

Anna Dillon, Kay Gallagher
2019 The Qualitative Report  
The main objective was to understand teachers' experiences with intercultural teaching for biliteracy in this context. We interviewed six pairs of co-teachers.  ...  In this paper we explore teachers' experiences of co-teaching within a new bilingual (Arabic/ English) model in public Kindergarten schools in the United Arab Emirates.  ...  Acknowledgements Acknowledgements Supported by Zayed University Research Cluster Funding R17083 'Dual Language Education in the Early Years in the UAE' This article is available in The Qualitative Report  ... 
doi:10.46743/2160-3715/2019.3972 fatcat:3kttfa2saffshiks55tmg6jaw4

What to expect your first year of teaching

2000 ChoiceReviews  
Acknowledgments Thanks to the following teachers whose intelligence, energy and dedication made this book possible:  ...  Baer needs to learn where she can go to remain whole. Could I have learned this at KSU (Kent State University)? I sincerely doubt it. This one I need to figure out by myself."-Allison L.  ...  I learned in several classes about using rubrics, but I didn't fully understand how to develop and implement one until I saw a demonstration in an in-service class last fall."-Amy D.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.37sup-510 fatcat:hous5l2drbd3tk5d57sdudusgq

Fostering Readers: Addressing the Knowledge Gap for Serving Beginning Readers

Katie Anderson, Bryce Kozla
2020 Children and Libraries  
The truth is, library staff all over the map are doing some really great things for emerging readers in kindergarten and beyond.  ...  With the introduction of great resources like Every Child Ready to Read and Babies Need Words Every Day, this question popped up more and more in electronic mailing lists, social-media groups, and in-person  ...  The truth is, library staff all over the map are doing some really great things for emerging readers in kindergarten and beyond.  ... 
doi:10.5860/cal.18.1.3 fatcat:eqz2aqsrk5b6bedml7mwqc6kdq


Afërdita Ademi
2021 Zenodo  
to very young learners followed in the practice in chosen kindergarten and private courses (Helen Doron).  ...  This case study deals with teaching and learning English to preschoolers in Tetova.  ...  If you are happy and you know it, do all three If you are happy and you know it, do all three If you are happy and you know it and you really want to show it.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4458438 fatcat:j2z5l2j7wnd67k6we7fn4ugvc4

Assessing a Learning Environment that Uses Facebook to Support High School Students' Career Learning

2016 Educational technology research  
and enthusiasm for learning.  ...  The Socla Project supports high school students' career learning and uses social media to connect them with college students and working adults.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We would like to express our sincere gratitude to everyone who took part in the "Socla" social learning program. The authors would like to thank Crimson Interactive Pvt. Ltd.  ... 
doi:10.15077/etr.40071 fatcat:orqnc3wjojf5zl7r5fex2tykaq

Teaching Mothers to Teach: A Home Counseling Program for Low-Income Parents

Shije Orhan, Norma Radin
1969 The Family Coordinator  
The authors wish to express their deep appreciation to the entire staff of the Supplementary Kindergarten Intervention Program whose enthusiastic cooperation was unfailing.  ...  A special word of thanks is also due the participating parents whose ideas played a major role in the evaluation of the hame counseling program.  ...  I knew he just didn't under- stand what she wanted him to do, but I was afraid to interfere, you know." "We were doing something together and really liked it.  ... 
doi:10.2307/583157 fatcat:kranftvf7vbkfhjgnxysclcpdy

Full Day Early Learning Kindergarten Program Team: Perspectives from the Principal

Sara Shahbazi, Geri Salinitri
2015 Early Childhood Education Journal  
belong to all of you in there and they really see that.  ...  I think I made it clear from the beginning that even as a former kindergarten teacher there is a lot of learning, we are all still learning to approach kindergarten and FDK with a different lens.  ...  Principals belonging to the GECDSB, who have implemented the Full Day Early Learning Kindergarten Program for 1 to 4 years, are invited to share their experiences with FDK.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10643-015-0754-x fatcat:ttx4nuqizva4banbyxt5iqnuay

Strategic Compromise a Student Teacher's Design of Kindergarten Mathematics Instruction in a High-Stakes Testing Climate

Gwendolyn M. Lloyd
2007 Journal of Teacher Education  
Barrett] told me to review shapes. That's all I know” (Interview 1, March 2, 2004).  ...  So she, this is all new to her too. . . . She keeps telling me that she doesn’t know anything about kindergarten, what they can and can’t do and she doesn’t know what they should be doing.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0022487107305260 fatcat:676twxqm7nel7adogypwcjqhgy

Reflective journals as a research tool: The case of student teachers' development of teamwork

Bilha Bashan, Rachel Holsblat, Boylan Mark
2017 Cogent Education  
The study explores the development of teamwork among a group of Israeli student teachers enrolled in a practicum, in order to help teacher educators to understand better the processes student teachers  ...  experience in becoming a collaborative team.  ...  I did not really understand what was required of me and what we were expected to do … I really felt like a big mess, confused, and helpless; I really wanted this day to be over with.  ... 
doi:10.1080/2331186x.2017.1374234 fatcat:lmd6yzjz5beyrht6yaduov7k2e

Assessment in the Kindergarten Classroom: An Empirical Study of Teachers' Assessment Approaches

Angela Pyle, Christopher DeLuca
2013 Early Childhood Education Journal  
Central to this challenge is teachers' uses of assessment to measure and communicate student learning in relation to their curricular stance.  ...  The purpose of this study was to provide an in-depth examination of three teachers' approaches to assessment within the current context of kindergarten education in order to elucidate potential approaches  ...  I need to assess those and report on them and the documentation that happens around that so I am tied to that."  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10643-012-0573-2 fatcat:hlddcxplyrcvjcfhjbpsoh7i6e

Three Cases of Student Teaching Practice for Social Justice in Early Childhood Education

Young Ah Lee
2014 Journal of Education and Training Studies  
Although teachers may agree that it is important to teach all learners equitably, it is challenging to practice social justice oriented pedagogy due to its multiplicity and complexity.  ...  This participatory action research attempted to examine student teaching practices that three teacher candidates approached to teach for social justice with young children (Preschool -1 st grade) in suburban  ...  Widening her eyes, Maddie responds to the boy saying "I know. I watched the lion on TV news, too." "You know what?" "What?" "We are going to see and learn about lion, today." "Really?"  ... 
doi:10.11114/jets.v2i4.489 fatcat:7f3ugffpv5fuvkguypfyuwgvka

A study of 5- to 6-year-old children's peer dynamics and dialectical learning in a computer-based technology-rich classroom environment

Eunsook Hyun
2005 Computers & Education  
The aim of the study was to explore characteristics of 5-to 6-year-old kindergartnersÕ peer dynamics during a seven week learning experience in a computer-based technology-rich classroom in the US.  ...  Paired children who differed in computer proficiencies but shared similar interests worked very well, exemplifying VygotskyÕs dialectical constructivist perspective on peer teaching and learning characteristics  ...  Victor: Oh, I didnÕt know that. Now I know.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compedu.2004.01.004 fatcat:m3zmue6byvdlfc32rf3cs77goi

Kindergarten Teachers Making "Street-Level" Education Policy in the Wake of No Child Left Behind

Lisa S. Goldstein
2008 Early Education and Development  
The teachers surely need to know what content is in the TEKS, but they also need to know why particular topics are included, how they connect with other topics in the kindergarten TEKS, and how they connect  ...  To me that's the way they're gonna learn the best, to get it all together.… And that's the way I remember kindergarten being for me.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10409280802065387 fatcat:lz7ymjyi55bfdf4tzc4mm7dpt4
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