9780135147764

Young Child, The: Development from Prebirth Through Age Eight

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  • ISBN13:

    9780135147764

  • ISBN10:

    013514776X

  • Edition: 5th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1/1/2009
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall
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"Unlike other child development texts, this text is devoted specifically to development from prebirth through age eight." "For child development courses that cover prebirth through age eight, this widely used text discusses major developmental theories as they relate to physical, social and emotional, and cognitive domains. The book contains extensive applications for those who teach and work with young children, making it particularly appropriate for early childhood education programs."--BOOK JACKET.

Table of Contents

An Overview of Early Childhood Development
The What and Why of Early Childhood Development
Child Study in Contemporary Contexts
The Early Childhood Development Profession
Definition of Early Childhood Development
The Importance of Understanding Early Childhood Development
Evolution of Child Study
The Nature of a Theory
Theories of Early Childhood Development
Trends in Early Childhood Study
Key Terms
Review Strategies and Activities
Further Readings
Other Resources
The Where, When and How of Early Childhood Study and Assessment
The Contribution of Research Literature to the Development of the Early
Childhood Professional
Types of Child Development Research Studies
Ethics of Child Development Research
Sociocultural Perspectives in Studying Young Children
Young Children with Disabilities and the Study of Child Development
Your Study and Observation of Young Children
Ongoing Study of Children in Many Contexts
Authentic Assessment of the Development of Young Children
Approaches to Studying Young Children
Documenting and Recording Child Behavior and Development
Key Terms
Review Strategies and Activities
Further Readings
The Childrsquo;s Life Begins
The Family Before Birth
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