Discuss how ECE educators can create an inclusive educational environment for children from diverse backgrounds, making reference to an educational theorist of your choice.
An inclusive learning environment is adaptive to, and respectful of children with physical and cognitive disabilities, and of students with various cultural backgrounds. Each one is given opportunities to learn, participate and grow. Through modeling and differentiated teaching methods, inclusive teachers also help their students see the value of fair and equal communities where no one is excluded or left behind.
Here are three fundamentals to keep in mind when aiming to create your own inclusive Early Childhood Setting.
Some young children face physical and/or cognitive challenges that can result in learning delays or difficulties. In order to help them overcome adversity and learn along with the rest of the class, an Early Childhood Educator should seek to understand the nature of each students’ particular challenge.
Here are a few common cognitive and learning disabilities: