Who Am I in the Lives of Children?: An Introduction to Teaching Young Children

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Merrill, Jan 1, 1991 - Child development - 460 pages
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With its focus on the fundamental values and guiding principles of early childhood education, this has become one of most well received books in the field. It provides a comprehensive introduction to the full range of early childhood education and care programs, using a straightforward, conversational writing style that appeals to a wide-range of readers. A clear, conceptual framework and integration of principles and practice promotes an understanding of the many parts of the field and how they interconnect. Detailed chapter topics cover four key content areas: foundations or early childhood education and care, understanding children, planning for care and education, and special relationships. For individuals considering becoming early childhood professionals. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

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Contents

History
29
THE TEACHER AS A PROFESSIONAL 14 PUBLIC POLICY AND PROGRAMS
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CHAPTER THREE
50
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Stephanie Feeney is professor of education emerita in the Department of Curriculum Studies, University of Hawai'i. She is the author of three popular children's books about Hawai'i: A is for Aloha, Hawaii is a Rainbow, and Sand to Sea. She has also written extensively about the field of early childhood education.

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