Describe developmentally appropriate best practices for teaching math and science to young children that are evident in the information presented on the sites. Minimum one age for each site.
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After reviewing the activities presented, discuss the teaching strategies by describing them in your own words related to your career field working with young children.
sociological, and biological factors that go into what makes someone a rapist (Wiest, 2016). It is amazing to think that a whole gender had to change its actions due to a fear of becoming a victim. Following the first few victims of Ted Bundy, news coverage advised young women to stay out of alleys, travel in groups of twos or threes, and use only the front doors (Berlinger, 2019). After a woman was murdered on her way home from work in the U.S., the idea to ‘take back the night’ occurred (Bruley & Forster, 2016). The idea spread to Europe and in the late 70’s and early 80’s there were torch lit, nocturnal ‘reclaim the night’ marches held in red light districts all across the UK (Bruley & Forster, 2016). Although we should be able to walk where we want and do we want without a fear of attack, serial rapists like Ted Bundy have changed what is defined as ‘safe’; the Chi Omega attacks have forever changed housing rules for sorority women. Rape culture changed significantly in the 60’s and 70’s, people were more educated on what is and isn’t rape, a benefit to every woman who has been a victim of marital rape. You cannot be high or drunk to give total consent. Lastly, it is not the victim’s fault they are attacked or raped. The Women’s Liberation Movement (WLM) took place from the late 60’s until the 80’s, it is believed that this arose from the ‘new social movements’ of the 1960’s (Bruley & Forster, 2016). According to Zubin and Money (1976), the first formal sign of the new age of feminism was the establishment of the Kennedy Commission on the Status of Women, brought on by the post-Sputnik concern for fuller utilization of womanpower as a resource in order to meet the nation’s technical and professional needs. As is the case in most wars, women assumed the role of the man in the household while the man was off to war and many joined the work force. However, when the men returned they were given their jobs back. As Bruley and Forster state (2016), women were frustrated and angry by their continued second-class status in the post war world. Following the Kennedy establishment, in the spring of 1966 many women felt that the government was dragging its feet in terms of improving the economic and legal status of women (Zubin & Money, 1976). In the fall of 1966, less than one hundred women came together in Washington to found the National Organization for Women (NOW) (Zubin & Money, 1976). Within four years of the organization being founded, it had several thousand members and one hundred chapters across the country (Zubin & Money, 1976). The organization’s emphasis on the economic, legal, and political rights of women was a major attraction for women seeking the same things.>GET ANSWER