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Early childhood education in the schools

Auteur : Jerold P Bauch; National Education Association of the United States.
Éditeur : Washington, D.C. : NEA Professional Library, National Education Association, ©1988.
Collection : Aspects of learning.
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Early childhood education in the schools.
Washington, D.C. : NEA Professional Library, National Education Association, ©1988
(OCoLC)574446595
Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Jerold P Bauch; National Education Association of the United States.
ISBN : 0810614642 9780810614642
Numéro OCLC : 18134976
Description : 352 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Contenu : Section One: Historical Perspectives of Early Childhood Education --
1. Early Childhood Education's Past as Prologue: Roots of Contemporary Concerns / Bernard Spodek --
2. The European Roots of Early Childhood Education in North America / Gary Woodill --
3. A Mini-History of Early Childhood Education / Blythe F. Hinitz --
4. The Kindergarten in Historical Perpective / S. Dianne Lawler and Jerold P. Bauch --
Section Two: Policy Decisions About Present and Future Issues --
5. Policy Options for Preschool Programs / Lawrence J. Schweinhart, Jeffrey J. Koshel, and Anne Bridgman --
6. Early Childhood Development Programs: A Public Investment Opportunity / Lawrence J. Schweinhart and David P. Weikart --
7. Quality : The Key to Successful Programs / Daniel S. Cheever, Jr., and Anne E. Ryder --
Section Three: Issues, Trends, and Directions --
8. Trends in Early Childhood Education--Part I: Demographics / Valora Washington --
9. Trends in Early Childhood Education--Part II: Instruction / Valora Washington --
10. Early Childhood Education: Issues and Trends / Paula Jorde --
11. Educating the Very Young: A Call for Clear Thinking / David Elkind --
12. Preschool Children in the Public Schools: Good Investment? or Bad? / Deborah Burnett Strother --
13. Day Care and the Public Schools--Natural Allies, Natural Enemies / Bettye M. Caldwell --
14. Let Children Start School When They're Ready! / Cynthia Parsons --
15. It Depends on Your Aim / Raymond S. Moore --
16. In Defense of Early Childhood Education / David Elkind --
17. Synthesis of Research on School Readiness and Kindergarten Retention / Lorrie A. Shepard and Mary Lee Smith --
18. Uses and Abuses of Developmental Screening and School Readiness Testing / Samuel J. Meisels --
19. Educating Young Handicapped Children: What Can Early Childhood Education Contribute? / Anne H. Widerstrom --
Section Four: Preschool Programs --
20. Public Education for Preschoolers / Diane Scott-Jones and Lynne Baker-Ward --
21. Should Four-Year-Olds Be in School? / Edward F. Zigler --
22. Public Schools and Four-Year-Olds: A Teacher's View / Mary Hatwood Futrell --
23. Quality Four-Year-Old Programs in Public Schools / Position Statement of the Southern Association on Children Under Six --
24. Here Come the Four-Year-Olds! / Diane Dismuke --
25. Prekindergarten Programs for Four-Year-Olds: State Involvement in Preschool Education / Carolyn Morado --
26. Safeguards: Guidelines for Establishing Programs for Four-Year-Olds in the Public Schools / The National Black Child Development Institute --
27. Public School for Four-Year-Olds / James L. Hymes, Jr. --
28. Full-Day or Half-Day Kindergarten? / Dianne Rothenberg --
29. Kindergarten in America: Five Major Trends / Sandra Longfellow Robinson --
30. Kindergarten Programs and Practices / Educational Research Service Staff Report --
31. NAEYC Position Statement on Developmentally Appropriate Practice in the Primary Grades, Serving Five- Through Eight-Year-Olds --
Section Five: The Curriculum for Young Children in School --
32. Joint Statement on Literacy Development and Pre-First Grade / the Early Childhood and Literacy Development Committee of the International Reading Association for ASCD, IRA, NAEYC, NAESP, NCTE --
33. Writing in Kindergarten and First Grade / Mary Renck Jalongo and Sally Zeigler --
34. How Should Reading Be Taught in Kindergarten? / Patricia M. Cunningham --
35. "Success"ful Reading Instruction / Carol J. George --
36. Hispanic Books / Libros Hispanicos / Isabel Schon --
37. Learning Mathematics and Science Through Play / Michael L. Henniger --
38. Montessori: Right or Wrong About Number Concepts? / Jerold P. Bauch and Huei-hsin Joyce Hse --
39. Theoretical Framework for Preschool Science Experiments / Robert F. Smith --
40. Music in the Early Childhood Curriculum / Manny Brand and David E. Fernie --
41. Appreciate the Drawing and Dictating of Young Children / Anne Haas Dyson --
42. Encouraging Positive Social Interaction Among Young Children / Dwight L. Rogers and Dorene Doerre Ross --
43. Teaching with Less Talking: Learning Centers in Kindergarten / Barbara Kimes Myers and Karen Maurer --
44. Influences from the Past: Play in the Early Childhood Curriculum / Margie L. Hardy and Laurie J. Greene --
45. Leading Primary Education Toward Excellence: Beyond Worksheets and Drill / Constance Kamii --
Section Six: Evidence and Evaluation --
46. Effects of Program Models and Teaching Practices / Douglas R. Powell --
47. Evidence that Good Early Childhood Programs Work / Lawrence J. Schweinhart and David P. Weikart --
48. The Promise of Early Childhood Education / Lawrence J. Schweinhart, John R. Berrueta-Clement, W. Steven Barnett, Ann S. Epstein, and David P. Weikart --
49. Early Childhood Evaluation: What? Who? Why? / Doris Bergen Sponseller and Joel Fink --
Section Seven: Electronic Technology for Early Childhood Programs --
50. Computers for Young Children? Perhaps / Sandra Anselmo and R. Ann Zinck --
51. Computers and Young Children: A Review of Research / Douglas H. Clements --
52. Technological Priorities in the Education of Young Children / Warren W. Buckleitner and Charles F. Hohmann --
Section Eight: Parents and Community Involvement --
53. In Designing a Preschool Program, We Went Straight to the Source: Parents / Robert L. Zorn --
54. Is 'Parenting' Essential to Good Teaching? / James P. Comer, M.D. --
55. Making Conferences Work for Parents, Teachers, and Children / Gail Bjorklund and Christine Burger --
56. Innovation in Parent Involvement: Using High Tech to Connect Parents and Teachers / Jerold P. Bauch --
57. Literacy Environments: Bridging the Gap Between Home and School / Jon Shapiro and Ray Doiron --
58. Communicating with Parents About Beginning Reading Instruction / Dorene D. Ross and Elizabeth Bondy --
Section Nine: Child Behavior and Discipline --
59. The Banning of Corporal Punishment: In Child Care, School and Other Educative Settings in the United States / John R. Cryan --
60. A Cognitive Approach to Behavior Management / Jerold P. Bauch --
61. Corporal Punishment in the Schools / John H. Meier --
62. Child Abuse and Neglect: Prevention and Reporting / Barbara J. Meddin and Anita L. Rosen --
Section Ten: The Future --
63. Societal Influences on Children / Joan Isenberg --
64. Developmental and Experiential Programs: The Key to Quality Education and Care of Young Children / Barbara Day and Kay N. Drake --
65. Upon What Can We Build Our Children's Educational Future? / Walter Hodges --
66. BACK to Basics or FORWARD to Fundamentals? / Alic V. Keliher --
67. The Future of Education / Wilson Riles --
68. Early Schooling and the Nation's Future / Ernest L. Boyer.
Titre de collection : Aspects of learning.
Responsabilité : Jerold P. Bauch, editor.

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