Sources: notable selections in early childhood education
[TofC Cont.] Observation and assessment, from Observing and recording the behavior of young children / D.H. Cohen and V. Stern; Parenting -- Educational systems for young children: Employer-sponsored; Federal involvement in early childhood; Research; Reforem/policy. [This book] brings together over 40 selections of enduring intellectual value - classic articles, book excerpts, and research studies - that have shaped the study of early childhood education and our contemporary understanding of it. [It] provides the opportunity for readers to encounter many of the greatest thinkers in early childhood education at first hand. The book includes ... edited selections from the works of the most distinguished observers of early childhood education, past and present, from Friedrich Froebel and John Dewey to David Elkind, Marian Wright Edelman, and Sharon Lynn Kagan. -Back cover.
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