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I’m working on a social science discussion question and need guidance to help me understand better.

The summary should be 250 and each box 50. I need help with topic 5 & 6

identifying and utilizing quality developmentally appropriate resources and technology will enhance learning opportunities and increase retention of information for early childhood students. Educators must evaluate and select developmentally appropriate resources based on research and knowledge of student needs, capabilities, and interests. A knowledgeable educator will anticipate challenges and problems that may arise when implementing the resources and technology in the classroom and will proactively find solutions to avoid those challenges.

For this assignment, you will use the standards and objectives from Topic 3 to complete the “Instructional Design Topic 5: Integrating Resources and Technology” section of the “Instructional Design Unit” template. Select four developmentally appropriate resources, per grade band, that will support each objective. One of the resources should be technology-based. In 50-100 words per resource, provide the following:

  • A rationale for each selected resource
  • How it supports developmentally appropriate practice
  • Possible challenges that may arise with each resource, and strategies to overcome those challenges

In a 250-500 word summary, discuss the benefits of using technology to support learning in early childhood education classrooms. What are the drawbacks and how can you plan for these ahead of time?

Support your response with 2-3 scholarly resources.

Educators want to help their students master each objective. To accomplish this, they need to assess students before, during, and after the lesson to ensure progress, and consider the steps necessary to master the objective and design assessments to monitor progress.

For this assignment, you will use the standards and objectives from Topic 3 to create two developmentally appropriate formative assessments to assess student progress for each standard/objective. Complete the “Instructional Design Topic 6: Re-assessing and Data Collection” section of the “Instructional Design Unit” template.

In 50-100 words per assessment, explain how each formative assessment is aligned to the standard/objective and how it is developmentally appropriate. Revise the summative assessments you created in Topic 3, if necessary, to include modifications you would need to make to meet the needs of all students (visual, auditory, sensory).

In a 250-500 word summary, explain how progress monitoring ensures success for all students.

Support your response with 2-3 scholarly resources.

APA style is not required, but solid academic writing is expected


Read “Technology Use in Early Childhood Education: A Review of Literature” by Zomer and Kay, from Journal of Educational Informatics(2016).



Read “Vygotsky Meets Technology: A Reinvention of Collaboration in the Early Childhood Mathematics Classroom,” by Cicconi, from Early Childhood Journal (2014).



Read “Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs Serving Children from Birth to Age 8,” located on the National Association for the Education of Young Children website.



Read “The Early Years: Integrating Digital Tools,” by Ashbrook, located in Science and Children (2017).



Read “Using Alternatives to Worksheets in Early Childhood Setting,” by MacGregor, from Educating Young Children: Learning & Teaching in the Early Childhood Years (2014).



Read “Web-Based Progress Monitoring in First Grade Mathematics,” by Salaschek and Souvignier, from Frontline Learning Research (2013).



Read “How Classroom Assessments Improve Learning,” by Guskey, located on the ASCD website (2003).



Read “The Power of Documentation in the Early Childhood Classroom,” by Seitz, from National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) (2008).



Read “Distinguishing Formative Assessment from Other Educational Assessment Labels,” located on the Council of Chief State School Officers website (2012).



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