Teaching Young Children: An Introduction
Provides an introduction to the field of early childhood education, focusing on five foundations of understanding development, play, guiding young children, working with families, and diversity issues. Material is organized in sections on an overview, the five foundations, planning and assessment, and the early childhood curriculum. Includes vignettes, boxes on play and diversity, critical thinking questions, applications boxes, and chapter summaries. Includes b&w photos of classrooms scenes, and color photos accompanying a section of questions on video case studies.
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The Montessori Program
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