Take a look at the following two early childhood classrooms (Rooms A and B):
ROOM A: THE TODDLER ROOM WITH THE YELLOW DOOR
We are in one of the toddler rooms at a local preschool. The teacher has placed several containers of finger paint in the art activity center, along with large sheets of paper and smocks. During the center time, and after a very brief introduction to painting with fingers, the center is available to any of the children who decide to use the material. The teacher observes as several toddlers begin to become intimately involved with the finger paint. As they taste it, their expressions reveal that these children have discovered that finger paint doesn’t taste very good. Most of the children begin touching the paint with one finger, then two fingers, and then with all their fingers. Before long other toddlers join in the fun, and the art center is alive with paint, new color creations, and happy two-year olds. The teacher wanders around the room responding to the each of the children as they are participating.
ROOM B: THE TODDLER ROOM WITH THE BLUE DOOR
In the toddler room across the hall, the teacher has been reading the story of Frederick by Leo Lionni to the children. Frederick is the story of a little mouse that uses his imagination to gather sunshine and colors when all the other mice are gathering grain and corn. The mice are gathering things they will need for the upcoming winter. The teacher and her assistant are passing out colored paper that has been cut into pink and brown circles. Each child also gets a small paper cup and a small container of white glue. The teacher shows the children a mouse that she made by gluing the colored circles onto the paper cup. Then she demonstrates the step-by-step procedure by which she made the mouse. The assistant shows the children the mouse that she made and tells the children that they, too, should use the circles and cups to make the mouse just like hers and the teacher’s. She encourages the children to look carefully at the two little mice and then moves about giving guidance and directions. When several of the toddlers have difficulty getting the circles in the right place on the cup, the teacher and the assistant finish the project for them.
Write a clear and organized essay in which you use three (3) or more of the Guiding Principles of Creativity to make a compare/contrast analysis of these two toddler rooms. In the introduction paragraph of your essay, make sure to identify the three (or more) Guiding Principles you will use in your analysis. Then, use each of the three (or more) body paragraphs of your essay to apply those Guiding Principles as the basis for organizing your comparative analysis of the two different classroom activities presented here. Please also then include a conclusion paragraph.
NOTE: The evaluation of your essay will be based not only on the successful application of the Guiding Principles to your analysis, but on your ability to follow the directions for constructing the essay.
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