Reply To: Peer Review – Four Corners Activity

  • Diana Marcela Salcedo

    May 15, 2024 at 3:30 pm

    <pre data-placeholder=”Traducci√≥n” aria-label=”Texto traducido” data-ved=”2ahUKEwis7eXW84-GAxUhtoQIHe45CjwQ3ewLegQIBRAU”>1.Yes, because each child is unique, they learn differently from everyone else, the rhythms and forms of learning may vary in each location.

    2.No, but when the child is familiar with the activities that are developed, there must be an activity in my study plan to develop with the family.

    3.Yes, so that an optimal and multicultural learning program can be developed that teaches all children regardless of their place of origin.

    4.A process of linking members of the extended family must be carried out so that they contribute significantly to the process of raising the child.

    5.Yes, my study plan must satisfy all the needs of the child in his upbringing that is aimed at ensuring that the child respects and coexists with the particularities of other children as they respect his own.

    6.Yes, it should include age, ability and family compassion since a child does not learn the same as an adolescent who has a more formed brain and can perform mental and physical activities more efficiently.


    8.No, you must seek peace and equity.