The complete learning spaces book for infants and toddlers: 54 integrated areas with play experiences

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Gryphon House, Jun 1, 2003 - Education - 336 pages
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"The Complete Learning Spaces Book for Infants and Toddlers" is designed to help busy teachers meet the challenge of creating an effective learning environment for very young children. It -includes ideas for planning, using, and evaluating learning spaces that will captivate infants and toddlers and -encourage the developmental process. Information for each learning space is complete with thorough illustrations, letters to parents, literacy connections, and vocabulary lists. Learning objectives and assessments help determine the impact of each learning space on the children's development. Rebecca Isbell, Ph.D., is the director of Tennessee's Center of Excellence in Early Childhood Learning and -Development.Christy Isbell, Ph.D., is a professor at Milligan College in Tennessee.

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Contents

CHAPTER llNTRODUCTlON 15
6 TO 14 MONTHS 51
SlX WEEKS TO ElGHT
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Christy Isbell, Ph.D., is the Program Director and Associate Professor for the Occupational Therapy Program at Milligan College in Tennessee. She teaches child development, human development, and pediatric therapy courses for the Masters of Occupational Therapy Program. Additionally, Dr. Isbell is Board Certified in Pediatrics and maintains specialty training in sensory integration and neuro-developmental treatment techniques. Christy Isbell, PhD, OT, is the program director and associate professor for the Occupational Therapy Program at Milligan College in Tennessee. She teaches child development, human development, and pediatric therapy courses for the Masters of Occupational Therapy Program. Isbell is Board Certified in Pediatrics and maintains speciality training in sensory integration and neuro-developmental treatment techniques.

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