ICT presenation

Report
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Aistear
 Well-being
Done by:
Jumana Esbai, Laura Gray, Kate Gilbert, Kiely Chandler
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Aistear
Well-being
Introduction:
• Confident, happy and healthy
• Developing as a person
Two elements:
1. Psychological
• Relationships and interactions with families and communities
• Positive feelings
2. Physical
• Enables child to explore and challenge his/herself
• Awareness of their bodies and abilities
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Well-being
introduction
 How can the adults support the
child's psychological and physical
well-being?
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Well-being
 Aim 1 :Children will be strong
psychologically and socially
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Well-being
aim#1
 Goals:
 1. Strong attachments & supportive relationships
 2. being aware of ones and others feelings
 3. handling changes
 4. confidence and self reliance
 5. Respect
 6. Decisions and choices
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Achieved in childcare settings
 The importance's of relationships, respecting and
understanding ones feelings and others:
 Encourage group play
 stories
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posters
 Mood boards
 Songs.
Well-being
aim#1
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Links to Montessori
 The relationships and bonds between the children
and everyone around them.
 Every living being deserves to be alive and
respected
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 Aim #2
Children will be as healthy and fit as
they can be
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Goals
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Knowledge of body
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Bodily movements
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Aware of their bodies
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Gross and fine motor skills
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Hygiene
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Caring for their own bodies
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Have positive attitudes towards hygiene
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Health
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Good judgment when taking risks
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Have positive attitudes towards Nutrition
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Exercise
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Have positive attitudes towards exercise and routine
Aim #2
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Achieved in childcare setting
 Knowledge of body
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Posters
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Songs
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Materials/activities in the setting (cylinders)
 Hygiene
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Toilet use
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Hand washing and drying
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Blowing noses
Aim #2
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Achieved in childcare setting
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Health
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Healthy eating plan
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One new fruit a week
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Small treat on Friday
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Must have correct nutrition, exercise and hygiene to be healthy
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Exercise
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Outdoor time (running games, climbing frames etc.)
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Scheduled gym class
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Dancing/music
Aim #2
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Links to Montessori
A. Knowledge of body
 Movement to extend his understanding
B.
Hygiene
 Wiping nose
 toilet
 Washing and drying hands
 Brushing teeth
 Bathing
Aim #2
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C. Health
 Weaning table and chair
D. Exercise
 Exercise within the classroom
 Outdoors
 Nature walks
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Aim #3
 Aim#3
Children will be creative and spiritual
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Learning goals
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Children will express themselves creatively and
experience the arts.
2.
Children will express themselves through different
types of play.
3.
Children will develop and nurture their sense of
wonder and awe.
Aim #3
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Aim #3
4. Children will become reflective and think flexibly.
5. Children will care for their environment and all things that are
in the environment.
6. Children will understand that others may have different
beliefs and values
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Teachers role
 Set up creative activities.
 Introduce different games.
 Exploration activities.
 New sceneries.
 Show a good example of taking good care.
 Introduce other cultures.
Aim #3
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Links with Montessori
 Creativity is encouraged
 Freedom to express themselves
 Freedom to play
 Ability to explore
 Looking after the environment
 Clean up
Aim #3
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Aim 4: Children Will Have Positive
Outlooks on Learning and on life.
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Aim #4
1. Show increasing independence and be able to make
choices and decisions.
2. Demonstrate a sense of mastery and belief in their abilities
and display learning dispositions, such as determination
and perseverance
3. Think positively, take learning risks, and become resilient
and resourceful when things go wrong.
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Aim #4
4. Seek challenge, motivate and welcome themselves.
5. Respect life ( their own and others), and know that
life has a meaning and purpose.
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Aim #4
•Allow the children to make their own decisions and
give them a variety of activities they can choose
from.
•Have a culture corner in the classroom, with
different aspects of other cultures of the children in
the class.
•Ensure that there are motives for the activities that
the children use.
•Help the children to do things themselves without
interrupting them.
•The staff should encourage the children's learning
and give them a sense of belief that they can
accomplish any task.
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Links to Montessori
Aim #4
•‘Help
me to do it by myself’.
•All activities should be of a learning benefit
and be made of natural materials.
•All age groups should be together in a
classroom.
•All tables, chairs and shelves with activities on
them, should be of the child's own height.
•Children are given the choice when they wish to
sleep and eat. The children are never forced.
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 THANK YOU!

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