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George W. Maxim is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Childhood Studies and Reading at West Chester University in West Chester, Pennsylvania. He is also the author of The Very Young: Guiding Children from Infancy Through the Early Years , (Prentice Hall, © 1997) and The Sourcebook: Activities to Enrich Programs for Infants and Young Children, (Wadsworth Publishing Co. © 1981.)
Table of Contents
|Foundations of Instruction|
|Dynamic Social Studies: The Subject You Will Teach|
|Diversity in the Classroom: The Children You Will Teach|
|Integrated Learning: Connecting Learning to the Real World|
|Classrooms for Young Social Scientists|
|Young Historians: Learning to Unlock the Past|
|Young Geographers: Exploring the People/Place Connection|
|Young Political Scientists: Citizens in Action|
|Contructivist Approaches to Classroom Instruction|
|The Learning Cycle: Teacher Scaffolded Social Constructivism|
|Collaborative and Cooperative Learning: Student-Assisted Social Constructivism|
|Inquiry and Problem-Solving: Cognitive Constructivism in Action|
|Key Organizational Decisions|
|Managing Instruction: Planning Lessons and Units|
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