About this item
Number of Pages: 116
Sub-Genre: Early Childhood (incl. Preschool & Kindergarten)
Series Title: Spotlight on Young Children
Publisher: National Association for the Education of Young Children
Street Date: November 10, 2017
Item Number (DPCI): 247-47-3532
This book is filled with opportunities to reflect on what children already know about making friends and resolving conflicts. It offers real stories and practical examples that seamlessly connect daily practice to current theory and research. --Deborah Curtis, Toddler Teacher, Teacher Educator, and Author, Epiphany Early Learning Preschool NAEYC has done it again! Anyone responsible for helping children navigate the increasingly complex demands of our changing world should read this fundamental resource. This expansive collection considers social and emotional development from many different aspects, always taking a child-centered, developmentally appropriate perspective--refreshing in a time when early learning has become increasingly standardized. --Travis Wright, Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison Rich in content, this book is an extraordinary resource. From independent problem solving to inclusion, each article offers guidance that informs and inspires teachers, early childhood trainers, and parents. --Nadia Jaboneta, Lead Teacher and Pedagogical Leader, Pacific Primary With this insightful introduction to social and emotional development, educators can easily reflect on their practice and gain concrete guidance to help nurture resilient, responsible, and confident children. This is a must-read for all teachers of young children! --Angelica Rosen, Implementation Specialist, Aperture Education As this important topic continues to rise to the top of research and policy, the theoretical and practical information in this book offers a timely perspective and serves as a valuable resource for professionals at all levels of experience. --Stephanie Haney, Director, University of Southern Mississippi Center for Child Development Strong social and emotional skills are closely tied to future success. This collection discusses specific, proven classroom activities and environmental supports that enhance social and emotional learning of the highest quality. --Kari Jo Fore, Director/Administrator, Bethel Highlands Preschool
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