Foundations of Early Childhood Education: Teaching Children in a Diverse Society, 7th Edition
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Foundations of Early Childhood Education is designed to help improve the quality in early care and education programs through training teachers. It features skill building with a solid theoretical base, and provides students with an overview of early childhood programs through the use of examples, anecdotes, and scenarios. Readers will come away with an understanding of what makes a quality program, where children gain the foundations they need for school success and beyond
Foundations of Early Childhood Education: Teaching Children in a Diverse Society, 7e
Part 1 Foundation of the Teaching-Learning Process: The Role of the Early Childhood Educator
CHAPTER 1: Early Childhood Education as a Career
CHAPTER 2: First Things First: Health and Safety Through Observation and Supervision
CHAPTER 3: Communicating with Young Children
CHAPTER 4: Facilitating Young Children’s Work and Play
CHAPTER 5: Guiding Young Children’s Behavior
CHAPTER 6: The Teacher as Model
CHAPTER 7: Modeling Adult Relationships in Early Childhood Settings
Part 2 Foundations in Supporting Development and Learning
CHAPTER 8: Setting Up the Physical Environment
CHAPTER 9: Creating a Social-Emotional Environment
CHAPTER 10: Routines
CHAPTER 11: Developmental Tasks as the Curriculum:How to Support Children at Each Stage
CHAPTER 12: Observing, Recording, and Assessing
Part 3 Planning for Learning and Development by Enhancing Children’s Curiosity, Joy, and Sense of Wonder
CHAPTER 13: Enhancing Children’s Learning and Development Through Language and Emergent Literacy
CHAPTER 14: Fostering Joy in Developmentally Appropriate Experiences in Math and Science
CHAPTER 15: Integrating Art, Music, and Social Studies into a Holistic Curriculum
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