Topic: Contribution of outdoor play on children’s well-being
Chapter 4 Data Presentation, Analysis and Findings. (950 words)
Critical discussion on:
Theme 2: Equipment
Theme 3: Social experience
Theme 4: Concerns: parents and practitioners
Theme 5: Parents and Practitioners Roles of:
iv) Interaction etc.
Chapter 5: Discussion of findings (2,075 words)
Research question 1: Critical discussion on how does children experience well-being in an outdoor play? (650 words)
Research question 2: Critical discussion on how do practitioners and adults perceive the benefits of outdoor play to children’s well-being? (700 words)
Critical discussion on how outdoor play contribute to the holistic development of children (150 words)
Motives of using outdoor play to support children’s well-being. (150 words)
Critical discussion on limitation of outdoor play on children’s well-being (300 words)
Limitation of the study (125 words)
Topic: Contribution of outdoor play on children’s well-being
* Please I want a systematic literature review about (How to learn and how to teach cyber security in K-12 in computer education ).. I attached 2 papers.. I want the paper to be written like the (Hsu, Chang, Hung 2018 .pdf) as I like the headings and their way in organising data in tables.
** please focus on the adopted learning & teaching strategies in k12 research across the world in the past 10 years (2013-2022)
*** please focus on learning and teaching cyber security just in computer sciences subject in k12
*** don’t forget (Discussion and conclusions)
This assignment is designed to engage you with an in-depth study of contemporary learning theories. You will need to outline various views and perspectives on learning, and critically examine each one against current thinking around theories of teaching and learning. As part of this process, you will need to discuss various perspectives on learning and which ones have lost or gained support with the majority of people. Be sure to provide adequate evidence from the literature to support your suggestions and claims.
Descriptive essay title
Describe two different modes of learning, and how they align with contemporary education theories and inform the work of teachers.
This essay requires you to work through a number of stages, which are outlined in your weekly learning materials and learning group discussions, during the planning and writing of the assignment.
It is helpful to use the following steps to approach the development of the essay:
Essay introduction. The introduction sets the scene for the background information of your essay. Make sure that you provide a brief overview of the two learning modes and the theories/concepts you will be working with in the essay. Lead the reader through what is being discussed, any specific features of your critique, and your rationale outlining why you have chosen to include certain aspects of the subject material.
Essay main points:
Now is the time to think about the learning modes and theories with more depth, and identify the theoretical underpinnings of each one. You may refer to specific theorists, however the focus should be on the theoretical paradigm and how it defines learning.
Provide examples of the benefits and limitations of each theory. You do not have to have an in-depth understanding of the theory; however, you will be able to articulate some of the concepts and main ideas. Your examples should provide detailed discussions that inform what the theory represents, the key theorists and some concepts that are central to the theoretical body of knowledge.
It would be helpful to use the two theories as headings and then describe the theories with example(s) from practice.
Link your discussion to the practice of teaching, providing examples that explain what these are and what they would look like in an education setting. The examples you select to illustrate your theories will therefore align with the underpinnings of your chosen theories and demonstrate how they can be a useful tool for thinking about learning, which may include complex issues like race, class, gender, abilities, families, communities and diversity.
Use clear headings/subheadings and paragraphs in this essay to add clarity to your writing.
Essay conclusion. This section is where you make conclusions about the main arguments you have made in your essay, and bring them to a succinct closure. Discuss some of the overall strengths and limitations of using theories in teaching and learning.
Essential reading for this assignment
Read the weekly materials, in addition to Chapter 3: Student learning (Links to an external site.) (Churchill et al., 2019, pp. 81–117).
Compare and contrast Erikson’s generativity versus stagnation stage with his ego-integrity versus despair stage for middle and late adulthood. Include at least three examples from your text as you compare and contrast the two stages.
Write a well thought-out paragraph for each of the following:
• The occurrences that can affect positive or negative outcomes in Erickson’s generativity versus stagnation stage.
• Three proactive changes you can make personally to improve your generativity in your lifetime.
Describe the physical and cognitive changes that occur in late adulthood, including how some of these changes may lead to decline and eventual death.
Explain how the processes of death and dying can have different outcomes or scenarios depending on choosing different paths. Use at least three examples of supportive evidence from your text.
Write a well thought-out paragraph on each of the following:
• Three proactive ways you personally can improve your physical health
• Three ways you personally can improve your cognitive health in your lifetime
Part 1: Weekly Lesson Plan
For Part 1 of this project, you must create a one-week lesson plan around a culturally diverse theme for a classroom of preschool children. Your lesson plan will incorporate the concept of multiculturalism into each of the core curriculum areas.
If you’re completing this assignment as a retake, you must decide on five new countries or cultures, and then plan all new activities in your work. You may not reuse any of the same countries or cultures or activities previously submitted as part of your Cultural Diversity graded assignments. Your work for this assignment must be original.
You’ll be submitting your project online, copy and paste the supplement Lesson Plan Template into a document file for your project. As you type your lesson plan into the template, the spaces will expand to fit your material.
Title Part 1 of your project “Lesson Plan.” Name your document file using your student information, like this: student number_exam number_last name_ first name.
When your lesson plan is complete, turn to Part 2.
Part 2: Detailed Activity Plan
Now that you’ve completed your weekly lesson plan, choose one of the days and provide a detailed activity plan worksheet for each activity that day. Use the Activity Plan Worksheet template located on your student portal or copy and use the one provided in this booklet. Complete a separate sheet for each activity.
Use every opportunity possible to include concepts about multiculturalism and diversity in your activities. For example, you might use your morning greeting to introduce the country of the day or the particular concept of diversity that you’ll highlight throughout your lessons, and your closing activities to prepare the students for the next day’s topics.
In addition, notice that lunch and snacks are included as part of the lesson plan. These are great opportunities for you and the children to experience culture and diversity, if you’ve planned well. The meals, snack, art, and language and literacy areas may also provide an opportunity for you to involve students’ parents in the classroom, as families share their own cultural past and particular artistic heritage.
You’ll be submitting your project online, download the supplement Activity Plan Worksheet and enter your responses electronically. Use one Activity Plan Worksheet per activity. As you type your lesson plan into the template, the spaces will expand to fit your material.
Imagine you are a teacher for a preschool classroom. Create
a schedule that begins at 8 a.m. and ends at 5 p.m. Your schedule should
include all aspects from arrival of the student to the departure. Be specific
and detailed, similar to the schedules shown in Chapter 3. When making a
schedule, teachers need to consider each of the following: early childhood
philosophy; the needs of the children; a balance of activities (child-initiated
and adult-initiated; individual, small-group, and large-group; quiet and
active; indoors and outdoors); the needs of parents; and time for routines,
transitions, and extended center time for in-depth learning.
Explain each of the areas listed above (in italics). Give
an example of how you approached each of those areas in your schedule.