Can you help me with 15 slides and indepth speakers’ notes and them I can complete it. I really need a total of 27 slides to complete the project. Thanks original only please.
Parent Meeting PowerPoint
Develop a PowerPoint presentation designed for a parent meeting. The goal is to inform parents of how your program aligns curriculum plans with early learning standards, educate parents on Developmentally Appropriate Practice (DAP), provide examples of specific curriculum/activity plans, share assessment strategies, and advocate for the importance of play and socialization in young children’s learning.
Your PowerPoint presentation must include:
An introduction to early learning standards and the program’s vision for young children’s learning
Identification of developmentally appropriate practices for teaching young children
An overview of a lesson plan for each of the following:
Details outlining the importance of play and socialization in young children’s learning, growth, and development
Assessment strategies for the assessment of children’s learning, growth, and development
Resource list to include a list of books, web pages, and/or other resources used to plan curriculum
Summary of the importance of early learning standards and well-planned activities, and how these foster young children’s learning
Preparing the Power Point
You are encouraged to creatively address the material using graphics, visuals, charts, and/or graphs as appropriate. Slides should be designed to clearly and concisely address the material. The PowerPoint presentation must be formatted according to APA style, including a title and reference slide and citations within the slides as needed. You must use a minimum of four resources in addition to the course text. The notes portion of the PowerPoint slides may be utilized to provide additional information or explanation.
Power Point must include
Must include a separate title slide with the following:
Must address the topic with critical thought.
Must use at least four scholarly sources in addition to the course text.