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Case studies in early childhood education : implementing developmentally appropriate practices

Author: Rachel A Ozretich; et al
Publisher: Boston : Merrill, ©2010.
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Provides examples of actual encounters students or practitioners might have if they were to observe classes in many different developmentally appropriate settings and listen in on some of the teachers' thought processes.
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rachel A Ozretich; et al
ISBN: 9780135026038 0135026032
OCLC Number: 268789001
Description: x, 134 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Matrix of cases. Caring for infants (infants) --
Mason in two different environments (infants) --
Helping Jack be mobile (toddlers) --
Edward and Keon invent a game (toddlers) --
Audrey chooses different boots (2 years) --
Nurturing connections in Rafael's new world (2 years) --
The library construction project (2 years, 1st grade) --
Observing Stephen's aggression (3 years) --
"I'm sorry" (3 years) --
Learning to climb (3-5 years) --
Natural settings : "does it tickle?" (3-5 years) --
The ABC train (3-5 years) --
How a child-centered environment nurtures Maya : a child with down syndrome (3-5 years) --
From home to preschool (3-5 years) --
Problem solving and the blocks (3-5 years) --
Elena's fears and how she learns from new experiences (3-5 years) --
Brent and Cory need extra help (3-5 years) --
Heather learns through play (3-5 years) --
Emiliana's first report of child abuse (3-5 years) --
An activity close to Amanda's heart (4-5 years) --
Observation reveals the issue (4-5 years) --
Productive play with fairy dust (kindergarten) --
Helping Julian adjust (kindergarten) --
Sharing Akil's work sample (1st- 2nd grade) --
Why won't Luke finish his work? (1st grade) --
Why Dante succeeds in second grade (2nd grade) --
Involving children (2nd grade) --
Lecia and the standardized tests (3rd grade).
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Provides examples of actual encounters students or practitioners might have if they were to observe classes in many different developmentally appropriate settings and listen in on some of the teachers' thought processes.

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