Observing and Recording the Behavior of Young Children

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Teachers College Press, 1997 - Education - 253 pages
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Representing the latest thinking in the field, the fourth edition is an even more valuable resource for pre- and inservice educators of young children, including more focused attention on: Diversity and multiculturalism
-- The influence of Vygotsky, as well as Piaget
-- Recent research on play
-- New approaches to thinking, language learning, and the importance of the environment
-- Children for whom there are special concerns.
 

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Contents

Recording a Childs Behavior During Routines
14
Recording a Childs Use of Materials
34
Recording Childrens Behavior with One Another
54
Recording Childrens Behavior in Dramatic Play
71
Recording the Childs Relationships
97
Clues to Cognitive Functioning
111
Clues to Cognitive Functioning
131
Observing Children Develop the Power to Think
145
Recording Childrens Developing Language
156
Observing and Recording the Behavior
176
Recording the Behavior of Children
210
PatternsSummaryand Interpretation
228
References
243
About the Authors
253
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