Early education curriculum: a child's connection to the world
This curriculum text is designed to be a practical with an emphasis on developmentally appropriate learning experiences for young children from infancy to eight years.
-- offers the most current curriculum appropriate for young children from infancy to eight years of age
-- emphasizes the importance of looking at early childhood curriculum as a whole, as fragmented parts
-- practical design that clearly presents what really matters in early childhood classrooms, both indoors and outdoors
-- offers experiences in developing materials and designing activities that help students learn by doing.
-- in-depth interview with "Big Bird" feature
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Creating the Environment that Supports Curriculum and Connects Children
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Early Education Curriculum: A Child's Connection to the World
Hilda L. Jackman
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