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PreK Exemplar Video: Teacher Sensitivity 

10-01-2018 16:32

As you watch this video, look for how the teacher:

  • Is in tune with a child’s needs
  • Responds to a child’s needs by providing different options
  • Involves the child in resolving the problem rather than solving it for him

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10-21-2022 17:16

I also like the way the teacher interacted with the little boy about the fork.

10-21-2022 13:34

I like how the teacher gave him a choice to get a new fork or wash the one that he had. I also like how the teacher were engaged with the children at the table

07-11-2022 14:37

The teacher noticed the child was upset and provided immediate support.

04-11-2022 15:08

She gave him a choice as to whether he wanted to get a new fork or wash the one he had. Also, she asked if he wanted to help in the process. Including him made him him feel useful and not like he did something wrong.

03-16-2022 14:03

I noticed the little boy at the table was feeling frustrated.

02-19-2022 19:50

I think the teacher was very calm with the little boy. This is a very smart key for all of us.

02-15-2022 21:02

I appreciate teachers that keep their calmness with their students and show sensitivity towards them.  On this video it showed that by her actions the other children also kept calmed and looked with concern.  Very good

02-08-2022 14:11

I love the teacher's calm voice and how she showed empathy for the student.

01-27-2022 08:29

I like the way she use calm voice all the time, keep attention to the other students also and make the child feel better.

01-27-2022 08:29

I like the way she use calm voice all the time, keep attention to the other students also and make the child feel better.

01-21-2022 13:18

I like all so how the teacher kept calm through the whole thing. Also keeping focused on the other children.

01-21-2022 13:16

She talked him though the transition of getting a new fork or washing it off. That help the child make his own decision.

12-21-2021 03:19

I like how the teacher gave him an opinion on the fork.

12-11-2021 18:36

I like that the other children are watching interestedly.

12-11-2021 18:36

I like that the other children are watching interestedly.

12-11-2021 18:36

I like that the other children are watching interestedly.

12-08-2021 20:32

Liked how the teacher kept clam even though the child dropped his fork on the floor a second time and knew it was on purpose.

10-01-2021 16:04

I Love how the teacher assisted the child to the sink.

10-01-2021 16:04

I Love how the teacher assisted the child to the sink.

09-12-2021 15:44

I like the way the teacher helped the student realize he had options and encouraged him to solve his problem by using self-help strategies.

11-02-2020 18:41

Like all of us, she was sensitive to his needs

06-15-2020 17:08

I like the way the had a positive tone and also prompted the student to promote self-help.

04-23-2020 11:32

This teacher did a great job keeping her tone positive and calm.  Even when the child was becoming upset and refusing to wash his fork, she continued to be a source of support for him.  I also like how the other children are trying to reinforce the idea of "the floor is dirty, people step there".  They were trying to help their friend understand the importance of cleaning the fork.

04-22-2020 17:55

I like how she didn’t have raise her voice and she have the little boy many options and it worked.

10-07-2019 16:47

The teacher remains calm and uses a regular voice tone while talking to the child. I noticed that the teacher didn't recognized or didn't describe the child's feelings that is struggling to use the fork. I would say, "I see your face is like this (show him his facial expression) because it is hard to use the fork properly. However, she offered him appropriate choices when the fork fell off on the floor. The teacher provided the child two good options,  getting a new clean fork or keeping the one is being used but wash it off. 
I think the teacher was trying to  support the boy that ignored other children's interactions or words. I heard a girl said, "the ground is dirty." It would be a great using what the peer said to explain the boy why he needs to get a new one or wash it off.  I believe she was focus on the boy helping him to control his emotions and avoid a possible mistaken behavior.
Ultimately, she handled the situation using developmentally appropriate practices.

03-24-2019 20:57

The teach talked to him personally but did not engage all the children in the conversation. His response was guided by the teach with support. She responded to one of the children while guiding him but did not respond to another child.  But the outcome was successful to support the outcome.

01-09-2019 12:37

The teacher did not raise her voice. She as calm with him and gave him choices and how to solve the problem.  

The child was upset and but was able to control his emotions with the help of the teacher.  
She assisted the child but let him solve his own problems.

10-03-2018 14:01

The teacher talk to him personally without making a nowhere to the rest of the group also she guided him to make a decision by himself or with her and then she got up and she went and did it with him but had him participate with the soap which helped him he self-sufficient overall a great example

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