Create a list of materials needed for one center or area of a classroom that could be utilized for an either indoor or outdoor early learning environment. Research your list, using your course materials and the Internet, justifying why the materials are needed and create a budget that will be needed to accomplish this. Describe what educational concept and goals these materials help achieve.
As you create your center, keep in mind issues related to diversity and inclusion as well as developmentally appropriate practices and how your center or area can contribute to an environment in which diverse students feel comfortable and thrive.
You will also create a 3-D design of your learning environment.
PART 1: Materials
- List of materials (indoor or outdoor)
- Justification of materials
- Educational Concept and goals discussed and aligned to the materials listed
PART 2: Issues
-Discuss issues related to diversity and inclusion and developmentally appropriate practice and how your center or area can contribute to an environment that is condusive to learning. Remember to support your narrative with references (at least 2).
PART 3: 3-D Design
- Provide a visual representation of your center. You may conduct a search online to locate free downloadable classroom layouts or if you are artistic you may design one on your own. Pay attention to placement of materials to ensure safety, size, color etc.
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