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Great stories from a great teacher August 10, 2011
To Teach: The Journey, in Comics is one of the few books out there that truly engages with the lived realities of youth today in a completely articulate and accessible way. To Teach got us engaged in good discussions about the role of images, myths and metaphors in teaching. Buy this textbook! Everyone! Especially parents, teachers and child advocates! You will not regret it!
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This Practical Guide is Essential Reading for families of infants and toddlers with, or at risk for, developmental delays or disabilities and the early intervention professionals who partner with those families. The Early Intervention Guidebook shows what early intervention looks like when it is based on current research, policies, and best practices. It focuses on how families and professionals can collaborate effectively so that young children learn, grow, and thrive. Chapters address important issues in early intervention, including child learning and development, family functioning and priorities, early intervention as a support not a substitute, and thinking about "what's next" after early intervention. Specific components of early intervention-evaluation and assessment, program planning, intervention implementation, service co-ordination, and transition-are discussed. This hands-on resource:
Bonnie Kelity is an Assistant Professor of the Child and Family Development faculty in the Department of Special Education and Child Development at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte.
Table of Contents
|Introduction: Welcome to our Comic Book||p. xiv|
|Opening Day: The Journey Begins||p. 1|
|Seeing the Student||p. 13|
|Creating an Environment for Learning||p. 33|
|Building Bridges||p. 47|
|Liberating the Curriculum||p. 67|
|Keeping Track||p. 81|
|The Mystery of Teaching||p. 93|
|Commencement: Beginning Again||p. 113|
|Further Readings||p. 124|
|About The Authors||p. 128|
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