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Beginnings and Beyond

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5th
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9780827384200

ISBN10:
0827384203
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Pub. Date:
8/16/1999
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Wadsworth Publishing
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Summary

Beginnings & Beyond, 5E is an outstanding introductory resource that focuses on the important concepts and critical foundations in early childhood education, including curriculum, developmentally appropriate practice, multicultural issues, and special needs. It comprehensively covers the entire range of early childhood education - from infancy through early primary years, emphasizing a multicultural approach to teaching and learning. Readers will get all the essential teaching information and skills they need! Book jacket.

Table of Contents

Foreword viii
Preface x
Section One What Is the Field of Early Childhood Education? 1(83)
Early Childhood Education in the Shipyards
Edith M. Dowley
History of Early Childhood Education
3(37)
Introduction to the Field
8(1)
Influences from Abroad
9(7)
Margaret McMillan 1860--1931
14(2)
Dr. Elizabeth Bradburn
American Influences
16(4)
Kindergarten
20(7)
Interdisciplinary Influences
27(5)
Themes in Early Childhood Education
32(2)
Integrating History with Early Childhood Education
34(1)
Summary
35(5)
Types of Programs
40(44)
Diversity of Programs
41(4)
The Core of Early Childhood Education
45(16)
Family Child Care
55(6)
Jackie McCormick
Schools with a Message
61(7)
Extending the Age Range
68(9)
Montessori in the United States, Then and Now
69(8)
John Chattin-McNicholas
Features of Early Childhood Programs
77(1)
Mixed-Age Grouping
77(2)
Summary
79(5)
Section Two Who Is the Young Child? 84(84)
Who Is the Child?
Olivia N. Saracho
Defining the Young Child
86(36)
Defining the Child
87(5)
Culturally Appropriate Pedagogy and the African American Child
90(2)
Janice E. Hale
Developmental Ranges
92(12)
The Whole Child
104(1)
Children with Special Needs
105(9)
Cultural, Racial, and Ethnic Considerations
114(4)
Children of Mixed Heritage
115(3)
Francis Wardle
Summary
118(4)
Developmental and Learning Theories
122(46)
Introduction
123(1)
Child Development and Cultural Diversity
124(2)
Psychodynamic Theory
126(4)
Behaviorist Theory
130(4)
Cognitive Theory
134(7)
Criticisms of Piaget's Theory
137(4)
Helen Bee
Sociocultural Theory
141(3)
Vygotsky's Sociocultural Theory
142(2)
Laura E. Berk
Multiple Intelligences Theory
144(1)
Maturation Theory
145(2)
Humanistic Theory
147(2)
Research and Other Theoretical Viewpoints for Educators
149(5)
Using Developmental and Learning Theories
154(8)
Summary
162(6)
Section Three Who Are the Teachers? 168(120)
Who Are the Teachers of the Young Child?
Elizabeth Jones
The Teacher's Role
170(30)
Who Are the Teachers of the Young Child?
171(1)
The Teacher's Role
172(9)
Loving Children Isn't Enough: Putting Culture at the Core
176(5)
Stacey York
The Teacher As a Person
181(3)
Becoming a Teacher
184(5)
The Teacher As a Professional
189(5)
The Beginning Teacher
194(2)
The Whole Teacher
196(1)
Summary
197(3)
Observation: Learning to Read the Child
200(31)
Introduction
201(6)
Understanding What We Observe
207(4)
Recording Observations
211(13)
Understanding What We Observe: A Multicultural Perspective
212(12)
Janet Gonzalez-Mena
How to Observe and Record
224(3)
Summary
227(4)
Understanding and Guiding Behavior
231(33)
Understanding Behavior
232(6)
Guiding Behavior
238(22)
Tantrums As a Teaching Tool
252(8)
Elizabeth Crary
Summary
260(4)
Parents and Teachers: Partners in Education
264(24)
Historical Perspective
265(1)
Partnerships in Education
266(8)
How You Can Help---From a Parent Perspective
270(4)
Yvonne Ricketts
Today's Parent
274(6)
Teacher-Parent Interactions
280(4)
Summary
284(4)
Section Four What Is the Setting? 288(93)
Places for Childhoods
Jim Greenman
Creating Environments
290(50)
What Is the Environment?
291(1)
Criteria for Creating Environments
292(14)
Planning for the Environment
306(12)
The role of the Environment in Reggio Emilia
307(11)
Rebecca S. New
Creating the Environment
318(18)
Summary
336(4)
Evaluating for Effectiveness
340(41)
Evaluation
341(4)
Evaluating Children
345(17)
Assessment
348(14)
Nancy Barbour
Evaluating Teachers
362(7)
Evaluating Programs
369(7)
Improving Program Quality through National Accreditation
371(5)
Sue Bredekamp
How Evaluations Affect an Early Childhood Setting
376(1)
Summary
377(4)
Section Five What Is Being Taught? 381(169)
The Essence of Our Mission
Louise Derman-Sparks
Planning for Play: Curriculum Basics
383(37)
Curriculum
384(19)
Planning for Quality: The Basics
391(12)
Sue Bredekamp
Curriculum Expressed through Play
403(13)
Play
407(26)
J. Ronald Lally
Curriculum Perspectives Continue
416(1)
Summary
416(4)
Planning for the Body: Physical/Motor Development
420(23)
Introduction
421(1)
Physical Growth/Motor Development
422(4)
Physical/Motor Skills in Early Childhood
426(2)
Role of the Teacher
428(12)
Child's Play---Outdoors
433(7)
Paula J. Carreiro
Summary
440(3)
Planning for the Mind: Cognitive and Language Development
443(59)
Preface
444(1)
Introduction
444(2)
Unit 13-1 Cognition
446(1)
The Development of Cognition: A Perspective
446(4)
Cognitive Skills in Early Childhood
450(3)
The Teacher's Role
453(13)
What's an Early Childhood Teacher to Do?
456(10)
Larry Schweinhart
Unit 13-2 Language
466(1)
The Development of Language
466(1)
Language Skills in Early Childhood
467(3)
The Teacher's Role
470(10)
Bilingualism: An Untapped Resource
471(9)
Hedy Nai-Lin Chang
Unit 13-3 Special Topics in Cognition and Language
480(1)
Reading and Writing
480(8)
Children's Literature
488(5)
Computers in the Classroom
493(2)
Summary
495(7)
Planning for the Heart and Soul: Emotional, Social, and Creative Growth
502(48)
Preface
503(1)
Introduction
503(3)
Unit 14-1 Emotional Growth
506(1)
The Development of Emotions
506(1)
Emotional Skills in Early Childhood
506(7)
The Teacher's Role
513(7)
Unit 14-2 Social Growth
520(1)
The Development of Socialization
520(3)
Social Skills in Early Childhood
523(4)
Helping Children's Friendships
524(3)
Cary Buzzelli
The Teacher's Role
527(8)
Unit 14-3 Creative Growth
535(1)
The Development of Creativity
535(2)
Creative Skills in Early Childhood
537(2)
The Teacher's Role
539(6)
Summary
545(5)
Section Six How Do We Teach for Tomorrow? 550(48)
Take a Stand For Children
Jonah Edelman
Issues and Trends in Early Childhood Education
552(46)
Introduction
553(1)
Ethic of Social Reform
554(7)
The Importance of Childhood
561(14)
Cody House
567(8)
Gretchen Buchenholz
Transmitting Values
575(13)
Teaching for the 21st Century
588(4)
What A Wonderful Career It Is!
589(3)
Carol Sharpe
Summary
592(6)
Appendix A: Timeline for Early Childhood Education 598(4)
Appendix B: NAEYC Statement of Commitment 602(1)
Appendix C: NAEYC Position Statement: Responding to Linguistic and Cultural Diversity---Recommendations for Effective Early Childhood Education 603(2)
Appendix D: Early Childhood Organizations 605(2)
Glossary 607(11)
Index 618


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