9780471472476

Foundations and Change in Early Childhood Education, 1st Edition

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  • Copyright: 2007-03-01
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Sidebars - designed to extend students' understanding of the themes of the text Enrichment Activities - can be used either as in class or as out of class projects For Further Reading and Professional Development Resources - provide resources for learning more about a particular topic Self-Assessment - designed to help you assess students' learning from the chapter

Table of Contents

Evolution of Early Childhood Education
View of Childhood: Past and Presentp. 1
Ancient View of Childhoodp. 2
Ancient Native American View of Childhoodp. 3
Ancient Greek View of Childhoodp. 4
Ancient Roman View of Childhoodp. 4
Children as Miniature Adultsp. 5
Child Guidancep. 6
Reformation Era (1400-1600)p. 6
Children as Sinfulp. 6
African-American and Native American Childrenp. 6
Child Guidancep. 7
Native Americansp. 7
European Americansp. 8
Children as Blank Slatesp. 8
Children as Childrenp. 8
Jean-Jacques Rousseaup. 8
Johann Heinrich Pestalozzip. 9
Children as Children Continuesp. 10
Native American Childrenp. 11
Child Guidancep. 11
African-American Childrenp. 11
Standardization of Childhoodp. 11
Native American Childrenp. 12
Children with Disabilitiesp. 12
Child Guidancep. 12
Modern Views of Childhoodp. 13
The Sensual Childp. 13
The Malleable Childp. 13
The Hurried Childp. 13
Child Guidancep. 14
Behavior Modificationp. 15
Democratic Behavior Guidancep. 15
Children Todayp. 16
Miniature Adultsp. 16
Readinessp. 16
Child-Centered Learning Environmentsp. 16
Children as Our Futurep. 16
Summaryp. 17
Enrichment Activitiesp. 17
Self-Assessmentp. 18
For Further Readingp. 18
Referencesp. 19
History of Social, Political, and Philosophical Trendsp. 21
Precolonial Timesp. 22
Native Americansp. 22
European Influencep. 22
Colonial Erap. 24
Social-Political Environmentp. 24
Early Childhood Educationp. 25
Dame Schoolsp. 25
Latin Grammar Schoolsp. 25
Industrial Erap. 25
Social, Political Environmentp. 25
Common Schoolsp. 26
Origin of the Testing Movementp. 27
Educating African-Americansp. 28
Educating Native Americansp. 28
Early Childhood Educationp. 28
Origin of Kindergartenp. 28
Progressive Movementp. 30
Social, Political Environmentp. 30
The Testing Movementp. 31
Educational Theoriesp. 31
Progressive Educatorsp. 31
Early Childhood Programsp. 32
Schooling for Children of Colorp. 32
Schooling for Children with Disabilitiesp. 33
Nursery Schoolsp. 33
Bank Streetp. 33
Kindergartenp. 33
Montessori Educationp. 34
The Child Study Movementp. 34
Social, Political Environmentp. 34
The Testing Movementp. 35
Early Childhood Theoriesp. 35
Constructivismp. 35
Behaviorismp. 37
Self-Actualization Theoryp. 38
Maturationismp. 38
Early Childhood Programsp. 39
Children with Disabilitiesp. 39
Waldorf Schoolsp. 39
Post World War II and the Great Societyp. 39
Social, Political Environmentp. 39
The Great Societyp. 40
Early Childhood Theoriesp. 41
Behaviorismp. 42
Psychosocial Theoryp. 42
Early Childhood Programsp. 42
Reggio Emiliap. 42
High/Scopep. 44
Head Startp. 44
Children with Disabilitiesp. 44
Accountability Movementp. 45
Social, Political Environmentp. 45
The Testing Movementp. 45
Early Childhood Programsp. 46
Open Educationp. 46
Electronic Agep. 47
Social, Political Environmentp. 47
The Testing Movementp. 47
Early Childhood Theoriesp. 48
Early Childhood Programsp. 49
Summaryp. 49
Enrichment Activitiesp. 50
For Further Readingp. 51
Professional Development Resourcesp. 51
Self-Assessmentp. 51
Referencesp. 51
Governance of Early Care and Education: Past and Presentp. 53
Oversight for Early Care and Educationp. 54
Administrative Reformp. 54
Scientific Managementp. 55
Nursery Schoolsp. 55
Governance of Early Care and Education Todayp. 55
Critique of Centralized Governancep. 56
Federal Policies Affecting Early Childhood Educationp. 57
Postwar Yearsp. 57
Children with Disabilitiesp. 58
The Era of the Great Societyp. 59
The Era of Accountabilityp. 59
Entering the Twenty-First Centuryp. 59
The History of Bilingual Educationp. 61
The Relationship of Church and Statep. 62
Colonial Erap. 62
Industrial Erap. 63
History of Roman Catholic Schoolsp. 64
The Progressive Erap. 64
The Twentieth Centuryp. 65
Separation of Church and State Todayp. 66
Summaryp. 67
Enrichment Activitiesp. 67
For Further Readingp. 67
Professional Development Resourcesp. 68
Self-Assessmentp. 68
Referencesp. 68
Early Childhood
The Role of Early Childhood Educators in Children's Livesp. 69
Preparing to Be an Early Childhood Educatorp. 70
Child Care and Pre-K Programsp. 70
Grades K-3p. 70
Professional Developmentp. 71
Philosophies of Learningp. 72
Brain-Based Developmentp. 73
Multiple Intelligencesp. 74
Constructivismp. 76
Behaviorismp. 76
Maturationp. 77
Appropriate Practicesp. 78
Developmentally Appropriate Practicep. 78
Culturally Relevant Practicep. 79
The Value of Playp. 79
Play and Social-Emotional Developmentp. 81
Play and Cognitive Developmentp. 82
Your Role in Supporting Children's Playp. 82
Support from Outside the Playp. 82
Support from Inside the Playp. 83
Curriculum Developmentp. 83
Infants and Toddlersp. 84
Children Ages 3-8p. 84
Integrated Curriculump. 84
Advocacyp. 87
Summaryp. 88
Enrichment Activitiesp. 88
For Further Readingp. 89
Professional Development Resourcesp. 89
Self-Assessmentp. 90
Referencesp. 90
Infants and Toddlersp. 91
Developmental Characteristics of Infants and Toddlersp. 92
Language Developmentp. 92
Theories of Language Acquisitionp. 92
Stages of Language Developmentp. 96
Reading to Infants and Toddlersp. 97
Language Is Culturalp. 98
Delayed Language Developmentp. 98
Cognitive Developmentp. 99
Egocentrismp. 100
Reasoningp. 100
Physical Developmentp. 100
Social-Emotional Developmentp. 101
Impulse Controlp. 101
Attachmentp. 101
Temperamentp. 102
Playp. 103
Supporting Infant and Toddler Playp. 103
Programs for Infants and Toddlersp. 104
Child Carep. 104
Reggio Emiliap. 105
Early Head Startp. 106
Montessorip. 106
Creating an Antibias Environmentp. 107
Summaryp. 109
Enrichment Activitiesp. 109
For Further Readingp. 110
Professional Development Resourcesp. 110
Self-Assessmentp. 110
Referencesp. 111
Preschool and Kindergartenp. 113
Developmentally and Culturally Appropriate Programs for Three- to Five-Year-Oldsp. 114
Language Developmentp. 114
Cognitive Developmentp. 116
Social-Emotional Developmentp. 117
Physical Developmentp. 118
Programs for Three- to Five-Year-Oldsp. 118
Head Startp. 119
High/Scopep. 121
Bank Streetp. 123
Reggio Emiliap. 123
Waldorfp. 124
Montessorip. 125
Teaching Antibias Attitudesp. 127
Child Carep. 128
Types of Child Carep. 128
Center Based Child Carep. 128
Employer Sponsored Carep. 129
Home Child Carep. 129
Church or Temple Care Centersp. 129
Nanniesp. 129
Quality in Child Carep. 129
Funding Quality Carep. 130
Kindergartenp. 130
Readinessp. 131
Retention and Academic Redshirtingp. 132
Benefits Cannot Be Consistently Substantiatedp. 132
Sociocultural Issuesp. 132
Developmental Kindergartens and Transitional First Gradep. 133
Entrance Agep. 133
An Alternativep. 133
Half-Day/Full-Day Kindergartenp. 134
Kindergarten Curriculump. 134
Summaryp. 135
Enrichment Activitiesp. 136
For Further Readingp. 137
Professional Development Resourcesp. 137
Self-Assessmentp. 137
Referencesp. 138
Early Childhood: The Primary Gradesp. 139
Developmental Considerations for Primary Grade Childrenp. 140
Language and Literacy Developmentp. 140
Cognitive Developmentp. 140
Physical Developmentp. 143
Social-Emotional Developmentp. 144
Antibias Classrooms in the Primary Gradesp. 144
Literacy Learningp. 144
Antibias Instructional Strategiesp. 146
Integrating Content about Diversity into the Curriculump. 147
Curriculum and Effective Teaching in the Primary Gradesp. 150
Child-Centered Environmentp. 151
Explicit Instructionp. 151
Direct Instructionp. 151
Balanced Literacyp. 151
National Reading Panel Reportp. 153
Extension of Programs for 3- to 5-Year-Olds into Primary Gradesp. 153
Play in the Primary Gradesp. 153
Before and After School Programsp. 154
Classroom and Calendar Configurations in Primary Gradesp. 154
Multiage Groupingp. 154
Loopingp. 155
Homeschoolingp. 155
Year-round and Traditional Schoolsp. 156
Educating Homeless Childrenp. 157
Summaryp. 158
Enrichment Activitiesp. 158
For Further Readingp. 159
Professional Development Resourcesp. 159
Self-Assessmentp. 159
Referencesp. 160
Guiding and Assessing Young Children
Guiding Children's Behavior in Early Childhood Settingsp. 161
Encouraging Environmentsp. 162
Infantsp. 162
Toddlersp. 162
Preschoolers and Kindergartenersp. 163
Primary Grade Childrenp. 166
Managing Environments and Guiding Behaviorp. 168
General Considerations for Guiding Behaviorp. 169
Choicesp. 169
Praisep. 169
Punishmentp. 170
Developmentally Appropriate Guidance Strategiesp. 170
Infantsp. 170
Toddlersp. 171
Preschoolers and Kindergartenersp. 173
Primary Grade Childrenp. 175
Children with Special Needsp. 177
Cultural Considerationsp. 178
Individualism vs. Collectivismp. 179
Understanding Rolesp. 180
Supporting Nonviolent Behaviorp. 181
Bullyingp. 183
Summaryp. 184
Enrichment Activitiesp. 184
For Further Readingp. 185
Self-Assessmentp. 185
Referencesp. 186
Assessing the Child in Early Childhood Settingsp. 187
Types of Assessment in Early Childhood Settingsp. 188
Observationp. 188
Anecdotal Records and Field Notesp. 189
Audio/Video and Photographic Recordingsp. 190
Checklistsp. 191
Portfoliosp. 191
Reflectionp. 192
Purposesp. 193
Age Appropriate Portfoliosp. 193
Home Visitsp. 194
The Work Sampling Systemp. 194
Standardized Testsp. 195
Linking Assessment and Curriculump. 195
Assessment Issuesp. 196
Align Assessment with the Nature of the Childp. 196
Infants and Toddlersp. 197
Preschool, Kindergarten, and Primary Grade Childrenp. 197
Standardized Testing in Early Childhood Settingsp. 197
Developmental Considerationsp. 197
Inappropriate Labelsp. 198
High-Stakes Testingp. 198
Cultural Issues in Assessmentp. 199
Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Childrenp. 200
Barriers to Accurate Assessmentp. 200
Culturally Appropriate Assessmentp. 201
Assessing Children and Programsp. 202
Summaryp. 203
Enrichment Activitiesp. 204
For Further Readingp. 205
Self-Assessmentp. 205
Referencesp. 205
Children Who Are Linguistically Diversep. 207
The Challengep. 208
The Controversyp. 208
Linguistic Differencesp. 210
Dialectsp. 210
Dialect Errors: Points to Considerp. 210
Black Englishp. 211
Role of the Early Childhood Educatorp. 211
Accentsp. 212
Sign Languagep. 212
Speakers of Languages Other than Englishp. 213
Bilingual Educationp. 213
English as a Second Languagep. 214
Nonverbal Communicationp. 215
Acquiring a Second Languagep. 215
Theories of Second Language Acquisitionp. 215
Language Acquisition Stagesp. 216
Factors Affecting Second Language Acquisition: Social, Emotional, and Cognitivep. 220
Loss of the First Languagep. 222
Summaryp. 223
Enrichment Activitiesp. 224
For Further Readingp. 224
Professional Development Resourcep. 224
Self-Assessmentp. 225
Referencesp. 225
Supporting and Advocating for Young Children in the Twenty-first Century
Children with Special Needsp. 227
Causes of Exceptionalitiesp. 228
Geneticp. 229
Prenatal Conditionsp. 229
Birth and Postbirth Complicationsp. 229
Exceptionalities and the Role of Early Childhood Educatorsp. 229
Assessment of Exceptionalitiesp. 230
Labelingp. 231
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorderp. 231
The Role of Early Childhood Educatorsp. 232
Autismp. 232
The Role of Early Childhood Educatorsp. 233
Behavior Disordersp. 233
The Role of Early Childhood Educatorsp. 233
Developmental Delaysp. 233
The Role of Early Childhood Educatorsp. 234
Down Syndromep. 234
The Role of Early Childhood Educatorsp. 234
Giftedp. 235
Role of Early Childhood Educatorsp. 235
Language and Hearing Disabilitiesp. 236
The Role of Early Childhood Educatorsp. 236
Learning Disabilitiesp. 237
The Role of Early Childhood Educatorsp. 238
Physical Disabilitiesp. 238
The Role of Early Childhood Educatorsp. 238
Visual Disabilitiesp. 239
The Role of Early Childhood Educatorsp. 239
Early Childhood Environments for Children with Disabilitiesp. 239
Inclusionp. 239
Infants and Toddlersp. 240
Preschool and Kindergartenp. 240
Primary Gradesp. 241
Early Intervention and Early Childhood Special Educationp. 242
Abuse and Neglectp. 242
The Role of Early Childhood Educatorsp. 243
Provide Quality Care and Educationp. 243
Develop Reciprocal Relationships with Familiesp. 243
Recognize When Children Are at Riskp. 243
Understand and Assist Familiesp. 244
Build on Strengthsp. 244
Be Informedp. 244
Antibias Environments for Children with Special Needsp. 244
Teaching about Differencesp. 245
Summaryp. 246
Enrichment Activitiesp. 246
For Further Readingp. 247
Professional Development Resourcesp. 247
Self-Assessmentp. 248
Referencesp. 248
The Impact of Environments and Technology on Young Childrenp. 249
Indoor Environmentsp. 250
Child-Centerednessp. 250
Scheduling Considerationsp. 252
Room Arrangementsp. 254
Infants and Toddlersp. 254
Preschool and Kindergartenp. 255
Primary Gradesp. 257
Inclusive Environmentsp. 259
Outdoor Environmentsp. 259
Gross Motor Activityp. 260
Creative Playp. 260
Appreciation of Naturep. 260
The Social Environmentp. 260
Teaching for Social Justicep. 261
Teach Questioningp. 262
Perspective Takingp. 262
Rethinking Curriculump. 263
Take Actionp. 264
Inequity in School Fundingp. 264
Quality Schools for Allp. 267
The Role of Technology in Early Childhood Environmentsp. 268
NAEYC Position on Technology and Young Childrenp. 268
Media Violencep. 269
Technology and Parentingp. 270
Antibias Technology Environmentsp. 271
Equitable Accessp. 271
Assistive Technologyp. 271
Summaryp. 271
Enrichment Activitiesp. 272
For Further Readingp. 273
Professional Development Resourcesp. 273
Self-Assessmentp. 273
Referencesp. 274
Children and Their Familiesp. 275
Diverse Family Beliefs, Attitudes, and Practicesp. 276
Stages of Cultural Identityp. 276
Cultural Progression in Our Diverse Nationp. 277
European American Familiesp. 277
African-American Familiesp. 278
Asian-American Familiesp. 279
Biracial Multiethnic Familiesp. 280
Gay and Lesbian Familiesp. 280
Hispanic American Familiesp. 280
Jewish American Familiesp. 281
Native American Familiesp. 282
Parents with Disabilitiesp. 283
Children of Divorce and Blended Familiesp. 283
Families Living in Povertyp. 284
Poverty and Resourcesp. 284
Poverty and Languagep. 285
The Role of Early Childhood Educatorsp. 285
Involving Parents from Diverse Populationsp. 286
Types of Parental Involvementp. 287
Barriers to Parent Involvementp. 288
Antibias Environmentp. 289
Family Literacyp. 290
Using Community Resourcesp. 290
Family Friendlinessp. 291
Resourcesp. 292
Invited Guestsp. 293
Summaryp. 293
Enrichment Activitiesp. 293
For Further Readingp. 294
Professional Development Resourcesp. 295
Self-Assessmentp. 295
Referencesp. 296
Issues and Advocacy in Early Childhood in the Twenty-first Centuryp. 297
View of the Childp. 298
Sociopolitical Influencesp. 299
Povertyp. 299
Health and Well-beingp. 300
Commerce, Industry, and Businessp. 303
Metaphor of the Market for Schoolingp. 303
High-Stakes Testingp. 305
Diversityp. 306
Teaching in a Diverse Societyp. 306
Advocacyp. 308
Professional Developmentp. 309
Curriculump. 310
Summaryp. 311
Enrichment Activitiesp. 311
Self-Assessmentp. 312
For Further Readingp. 312
Professional Development Resourcesp. 313
Referencesp. 313
Indexp. 314
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