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Covers ages 0-8.The fifth edition of this brief best-selling text has been thoroughly updated to ensure that future teachers of young children encounter the most current ideas about how children learn, how best to teach them, and how to effectively include their families and their communities in their education. This revision offers integrated video access, step-by-step Competency Builder features, Ethical Dilemmas, expanded sections on Environments and Curriculum, and an engaging full-color design. Plus, it again provides Morrison's trademark triocomprehensive coverage, inviting format, and appealing writing. A low cost, paperback alternative to the full edition.
George S. Morrison is a professor of early childhood education at the University of North Texas.
Table of Contents
|You and Early Childhood Education: Becoming a Professional|
|Early Childhood Education Today: Understanding Current Issues|
|History and Theories: Foundations for Teaching and Learning|
|Implementing Early Childhood Programs: Applying Theories to Practice|
|Standards and You: Teaching Children to Learn|
|Observing and Assessing Young Children: Guiding, Teaching, and Learning|
|Infants and Toddlers: Critical Years for Learning|
|The Preschool Years: Getting Ready for School and Life|
|Kindergarten Today: Meeting Academic and Developmental Needs|
|The Early Elementary Grades: 1ndash;3: Preparation for Life|
|Educating Children with Diverse Backgrounds and Special Needs: Ensuring All Children Learn|
|Guiding Childrenrsquo;s Behavior: Helping Children Act Their Best|
|Parents, Families, and the Community: Building Partnerships for Student Success|
|Appendix ndash; NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct|
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