Resources for Observation and Reflection
Now available with the free workbook Resources for Observation and Reflection, FOUNDATIONS OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION provides an even more practical introduction to caring for and educating children from birth to age 8. The text presents an overview of important theory grounded in the key skills new educators need to succeed - from respect for the diversities of children and families to achieving the most current NAEYC standards.
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Introduction to Observation
The Teacher as Model
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