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1-2-3 Magic: Effective Discipline for Children 2–12

Thomas W. Phelan

2014    224 Pages    (Parentmagic, Inc.)

ISBN 13: 9781889140704    ISBN 10: 1889140708

The simplest, most effective program for raising disciplined, happy children This revised edition of the award-winning 1-2-3 Magic program addresses the difficult task of child discipline with humor, keen insight, and proven experience. The technique offers a foolproof method of disciplining children ages two through 12 without arguing, yelling, or spanking. By means of three easy-to-follow steps, parents learn to manage troublesome behavior, encourage good behavior, and strengthen the [...]

The simplest, most effective program for raising disciplined, happy children This revised edition of the award-winning 1-2-3 Magic program addresses the difficult task of child discipline with humor, keen insight, and proven experience. The technique offers a foolproof method of disciplining children ages two through 12 without arguing, yelling, or spanking. By means of three easy-to-follow steps, parents learn to manage troublesome behavior, encourage good behavior, and strengthen the parent-child relationship—avoiding the “Talk-Persuade-Argue-Yell-Hit” syndrome that frustrates so many parents. Ten strategies for building a child’s self-esteem and the six types of testing and manipulation a parent can expect from the child are discussed, as well as tips on how to prevent homework arguments, make mealtimes more enjoyable, conduct effective family meetings, and encourage children to start doing their household chores. New advice about kids and technology and new illustrations bring this essential parenting companion completely up to date. [less]

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1-2-3 Magic for Teachers: Effective Classroom Discipline Pre-K through Grade 8

Thomas W. Phelan, Sarah Jane Schonour MA

2004    224 Pages    (Parentmagic, Inc.)

ISBN 13: 9781889140179    ISBN 10: 1889140171

Offering advice for teachers eager to develop better discipline in the classroom, this guide provides practical methods for eliminating disruptive behavior, encouraging productive work habits, and communicating with parents. Clear lessons and straightforward language reveal how to measure discipline in a classroom environment, as well as how to handle difficult situations, such as transition times, assemblies, lunchtime, and field trips. A separate chapter for school administrators explains how [...]

Offering advice for teachers eager to develop better discipline in the classroom, this guide provides practical methods for eliminating disruptive behavior, encouraging productive work habits, and communicating with parents. Clear lessons and straightforward language reveal how to measure discipline in a classroom environment, as well as how to handle difficult situations, such as transition times, assemblies, lunchtime, and field trips. A separate chapter for school administrators explains how to support classroom teachers in creating discipline and how to evaluate those teachers. [less]

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ABC Foundations for Young Children: A Classroom Curriculum

Marilyn Adams

2012    360 Pages    (Brookes Publishing)

ISBN 13: 9781598572759    ISBN 10: 159857275X

Access free resources to use with ABC Foundations for Young Children, including: picture and game cards, activity sheets, songs, and more! Young children's knowledge of letter names and sounds is the best predictor of their reading and spelling progress in school—but studies show that many children still struggle with alphabet knowledge at the end of first grade. Now there's a fun and affordable way to answer the call for effective alphabet instruction, without changing your whole curriculum [...]

Access free resources to use with ABC Foundations for Young Children, including: picture and game cards, activity sheets, songs, and more! Young children's knowledge of letter names and sounds is the best predictor of their reading and spelling progress in school—but studies show that many children still struggle with alphabet knowledge at the end of first grade. Now there's a fun and affordable way to answer the call for effective alphabet instruction, without changing your whole curriculum or investing in expensive teaching materials and training.Developed by renowned reading expert Marilyn Jager Adams, this playful, highly engaging curriculum supplement is a must for teachers of preschool through kindergarten, as well as primary grade teachers of students who still need help with alphabetic basics. You'll get 56 activity-based lessons that help children recognize and write each letter in both upper- and lowercase forms and know the primary sound each letter represents.Why Use ABC Foundations in Young Children?Aligned with Common Core State StandardsReflects the latest research on how kids learn bestComplements any curriculum in early literacyBuilt around fun, fast , hands-on, minds-on activities that keep all children engagedProvides full lesson support for teachers—no extra training requiredIncludes assessments for monitoring children's progress and needsGives you adaptations for children who are ahead or behind paceIncludes lesson support materials such as Alphabet Game Cards, Alphabet Strips, Letter Writing Activity SheetsRequires no expensive materials or technologiesIdeal companion to Phonemic Awareness for Young ChildrenEnhance your early literacy instruction with this fun and effective curriculum supplement, and give children a solid foundation of alphabet knowledge they'll build on for years as they become confident readers and writers.A featured book in our Launching Literacy Kit!See which domain of school readiness in the Head Start Child Development and Early Learning Outcomes Framework this book addresses. [less]

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Abiyoyo Book and CD

Pete Seeger

2001    48 Pages    (Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers)

ISBN 13: 9780689846939    ISBN 10: 0689846932

Once there was a little boy who played the ukelele. Wherever he'd go he'd play, Clink, clunk, clonk. His father was a magician. Wherever he'd go, he'd make things disappear, Zoop! Zoop! Soon the townspeople grew tired of the boy's noise and his father's tricks, and banished both of them to the edge of town. There they lived, until one day the terrible giant Abiyoyo appeared. He was as tall as a tree, and it was said that he could eat people up. Everyone was [...]

Once there was a little boy who played the ukelele. Wherever he'd go he'd play, Clink, clunk, clonk. His father was a magician. Wherever he'd go, he'd make things disappear, Zoop! Zoop! Soon the townspeople grew tired of the boy's noise and his father's tricks, and banished both of them to the edge of town. There they lived, until one day the terrible giant Abiyoyo appeared. He was as tall as a tree, and it was said that he could eat people up. Everyone was terrified, except the boy and his father, and they came up with a plan to save the town.... Pete Seeger's storysong, made up for his own children, finds its perfect match in Michael Hays's masterful paintings. As a special bonus, this edition includes a CD of Pete performing two different versions of "Abiyoyo." You'll love to follow and sing along as you listen to Pete tell this richly vivid and exciting story. [less]

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Accelerating Language Skills and Content Knowledge Through Shared Book Reading

Sharolyn Pollard-Durodola Ed.D., Deborah Simmons Ph.D., Jorge Gonzalez Ph.D., Leslie Simmons Ph.D.

2015    192 Pages    (Brookes Publishing)

ISBN 13: 9781598572575    ISBN 10: 1598572571

Students in early childhood settings don't always get the benefits of shared book reading—a strategy proven to boost language skills and content knowledge. Prepare the next generation of teachers to make the most of shared reading with this accessible textbook, a complete guide to building vocabulary-rich science and social studies lessons and discussions around storybooks and informational texts. Field-tested with children in high-poverty school settings, this instructional approach is [...]

Students in early childhood settings don't always get the benefits of shared book reading—a strategy proven to boost language skills and content knowledge. Prepare the next generation of teachers to make the most of shared reading with this accessible textbook, a complete guide to building vocabulary-rich science and social studies lessons and discussions around storybooks and informational texts. Field-tested with children in high-poverty school settings, this instructional approach is valuable for any young learners at risk for comprehension difficulties. This concise book presents the authors' proven, empirically based "Project WORLD" (Words of Oral Reading and Language Development) framework for integrating shared book reading into the classroom. Offering both big-picture curriculum design principles and specific instructional strategies, this text gives teachers the know-how they need to accelerate language skills, vocabulary development, and high-priority science and social studies content knowledge for all young children. Ideal for preservice teacher education courses and in-service professional development! GET TEACHERS READY TO:Use the most effective shared book reading and vocabulary practices Teach new vocabulary while introducing key science and social studies conceptsAlign vocabulary instruction with content standards and objectivesStimulate and expand children's oral language abilities via interactive book discussionsImplement a framework tested in collaboration with Head Start and preschool teachersChoose their own books and vocabulary words to teachDesign lesson plans that get resultsBuild a strong foundation for children's future success in science and social studiesAdvance learning with proven teaching techniques, such as multiple exposures to words and connected concepts and strategiesSuccessfully teach both English language learners and native English speakersPRACTICAL MATERIALS: A step-by-step Shared Book Reading Instructional Unit Planner, sample vocabulary words with child-friendly definitions, real-life classroom vignettes with embedded instructional techniques and suggestions, examples of appropriate storybooks and informational texts paired by science or social studies themes, and tools to support teachers' content vocabulary instruction.Download the alignmentHow Our Early Childhood Products Align with the Head Start Child Development and Early Learning Outcomes Framework [less]

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Activity-based Approach to Developing Young Children's Social Emotional Competence, An

Jane Squires, Diane D. Bricker

2007    276 Pages    (Brookes Pub)

ISBN 13: 9781557667373    ISBN 10: 1557667373

From the creators of ASQ and ASQ:SE, this practical guidebook gives non-mental health professionals exactly what they need: a ready-to-use, start-to-finish linked system for identifying concerns and improving young children's social-emotional health. This book walks readers through the five-step intervention process called Activity-Based Intervention: Social Emotional (ABI:SE): Screening. Get guidance on the best screening tools available, and evaluate the family environment with Environmental [...]

From the creators of ASQ and ASQ:SE, this practical guidebook gives non-mental health professionals exactly what they need: a ready-to-use, start-to-finish linked system for identifying concerns and improving young children's social-emotional health. This book walks readers through the five-step intervention process called Activity-Based Intervention: Social Emotional (ABI:SE): Screening. Get guidance on the best screening tools available, and evaluate the family environment with Environmental Screening Questionnaire (ESQ), the photocopiable, 30-question caregiver questionnaire included in the book. Assessment. Capture detailed information on children's social and emotional competence and caregiver competence using the photocopiable Social Emotional Assessment Measure (SEAM), a more in-depth assessment questionnaire for each of three age ranges—infant, toddler, and preschool. Goal development. Review strengths and needs of the child and family, and work with the parent to identify meaningful goals. Intervention. Help the family embed learning opportunities into everyday routines and activities. Evaluation. Monitor child and family progress and assess the program's overall success. With this step-by-step process, easily integrated into existing programs, non-mental health experts will go beyond the screening stage and answer the critical question "what do we do next?" Complete with suggested intervention activities and case studies, this book is just what interventionists, educators, and other professionals need to support social-emotional development and improve outcomes for children and families. See which domain of school readiness in the Head Start Child Development and Early Learning Framework this book addresses. [less]

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Adaptive School, The

Robert J. Garmston, Bruce Wellman

2009    334 Pages   

ISBN 13: 9789337602781    ISBN 10: 9337602784

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Administration Guide for TPBA2 and TPBI2

Toni W. Linder

2008    384 Pages    (Brookes Publishing)

ISBN 13: 9781557668738    ISBN 10: 1557668736

SAVE when you order the complete TBPA/I2 3-volume set, with and without the forms CD. This Administration Guide gives early childhood professionals comprehensive instructions on using TPBA2 and TPBI2, plus some of the best professional guidance on conducting play sessions, writing reports, and ensuring successful assessment and intervention. A must for everyone who uses the popular play-based system, this start-to-finish guide ensures that professionals have step-by-step instructions on using [...]

SAVE when you order the complete TBPA/I2 3-volume set, with and without the forms CD. This Administration Guide gives early childhood professionals comprehensive instructions on using TPBA2 and TPBI2, plus some of the best professional guidance on conducting play sessions, writing reports, and ensuring successful assessment and intervention. A must for everyone who uses the popular play-based system, this start-to-finish guide ensures that professionals have step-by-step instructions on using TPBA2 and TPBI2 all the key photocopiable forms for TPBA2 and TPBI2 in one convenient appendix invaluable information on effectively linking assessment to intervention tools to support program planning for accountability and eligibility decisions With this essential user's manual for TPBA2 and TPBI2, professionals will find it even easier to conduct accurate observations and choose interventions that help improve child outcomes. View our recorded webinar: Transdisciplinary Play-Based Assessment and Intervention for Young Children presented by Tori Linder. The Administration Guide is part of TPBA2 and TPBI2, one of the most natural, easy-to-use assessment and intervention approaches for children birth to age 6. Aligned with DEC and NAEYC guidelines, this popular system gets accurate assessment results and improves child outcomes because it's play-based, child-directed, parent-friendly, and focused on what children can do instead of what they can't. Learn more about the TPBA and TPBI system, and discover Toni Linder's play-based curriculum, Read, Play, and Learn!®. [less]

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Adrian Simcox Does NOT Have a Horse

Marcy Campbell

2018    40 Pages    (Dial Books)

ISBN 13: 9780735230378    ISBN 10: 0735230374

A classic in the making, this heartwarming story about empathy and imagination is one that families will treasure for years to come.Adrian Simcox tells anyone who will listen that he has a horse--the best and most beautiful horse anywhere.But Chloe does NOT believe him. Adrian Simcox lives in a tiny house. Where would he keep a horse? He has holes in his shoes. How would he pay for a horse?The more Adrian talks about his horse, the angrier Chloe gets. But when she calls him out at school and [...]

A classic in the making, this heartwarming story about empathy and imagination is one that families will treasure for years to come.Adrian Simcox tells anyone who will listen that he has a horse--the best and most beautiful horse anywhere.But Chloe does NOT believe him. Adrian Simcox lives in a tiny house. Where would he keep a horse? He has holes in his shoes. How would he pay for a horse?The more Adrian talks about his horse, the angrier Chloe gets. But when she calls him out at school and even complains about him to her mom, Chloe doesn't get the vindication she craves. She gets something far more important.Written with tenderness and poignancy and gorgeously illustrated, this book will show readers that kindness is always rewarding, understanding is sweeter than judgment, and friendship is the best gift one can give. [less]

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Ages and Stages: A Parent's Guide to Normal Childhood Development

Charles E. Schaefer, Theresa Foy DiGeronimo

2000    232 Pages    (Wiley)

ISBN 13: 9780471370871    ISBN 10: 0471370878

A comprehensive parent's guide to your child's psychological development from birth through age 10 Written in an engaging, practical style, Ages and Stages offers you the benefits of the most current research on child development, featuring helpful tips and techniques to foster your child's maturation. Charles Schaefer and Theresa Foy DiGeronimo tell you what behaviors you can expect as your child grows and how you can help him or her to advance to the next level of development. [...]

A comprehensive parent's guide to your child's psychological development from birth through age 10 Written in an engaging, practical style, Ages and Stages offers you the benefits of the most current research on child development, featuring helpful tips and techniques to foster your child's maturation. Charles Schaefer and Theresa Foy DiGeronimo tell you what behaviors you can expect as your child grows and how you can help him or her to advance to the next level of development. They include numerous examples, stories, and activities you can use immediately to positively influence your child's development. The book's structure (divided into four stages of child development--birth to 18 months, 18 to 36 months, 36 months to age six, and six to ten years) allows you to monitor your child's progress, identify the reasons for emotional and psychological differences in siblings, and even determine how your parenting strategies should change as your child grows.* Covers all five areas of psychological health--emotional, cognitive, friendship/relationships, personal growth, and morality* Filled with easy-to-follow Do's and Don'ts, plus fun activities and exercises to encourage your child's development* Helps you assess if and when your child may need professional intervention [less]

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Ages & Stages Learning Activities

Elizabeth Twombly, Ginger Fink

2004    144 Pages    (Paul H Brookes Pub Co)

ISBN 13: 9781557667700    ISBN 10: 1557667705

This product is Out of PrintNew Edition 9781598572469

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Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day: An Instructional Guide for Literature (Great Works Instructional Guides for Literature, K-3)

Debra Housel

2014    72 Pages    (Shell Education)

ISBN 13: 9781480769106    ISBN 10: 148076910X

Why does Alexander have such a bad day? Students will learn to analyze Alexander's terrible day through the rigorous and engaging lessons and activities in this instructional guide for literature. These appealing and challenging cross-curricular lessons and activities were written to support the Common Core State Standards and incorporate research-based literacy skills to help students become thorough readers. Each lesson and activity work in conjunction with the text to teach students how to [...]

Why does Alexander have such a bad day? Students will learn to analyze Alexander's terrible day through the rigorous and engaging lessons and activities in this instructional guide for literature. These appealing and challenging cross-curricular lessons and activities were written to support the Common Core State Standards and incorporate research-based literacy skills to help students become thorough readers. Each lesson and activity work in conjunction with the text to teach students how to analyze and comprehend story elements in multiple ways, practice close reading and text-based vocabulary, determine meaning through text-dependent questions, and much more. [less]

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All about the Ecers-R

Debby Cryer, Thelma Harms, Cathy Riley

444 Pages    (Pact House)

ISBN 13: 9780880766104    ISBN 10: 0880766107

Book by Debby Cryer, Thelma Harms, Cathy Riley

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All Are Welcome

Alexandra Penfold

2018    44 Pages    (Knopf Books for Young Readers)

ISBN 13: 9780525579649    ISBN 10: 0525579648

A warm, welcoming picture book that celebrates diversity and gives encouragement and support to all kids.Follow a group of children through a day in their school, where everyone is welcomed with open arms. A school where kids in patkas, hijabs, and yamulkes play side-by-side with friends in baseball caps. A school where students grow and learn from each other's traditions and the whole community gathers to celebrate the Lunar New Year. All Are Welcome lets young children know that no matter what [...]

A warm, welcoming picture book that celebrates diversity and gives encouragement and support to all kids.Follow a group of children through a day in their school, where everyone is welcomed with open arms. A school where kids in patkas, hijabs, and yamulkes play side-by-side with friends in baseball caps. A school where students grow and learn from each other's traditions and the whole community gathers to celebrate the Lunar New Year. All Are Welcome lets young children know that no matter what, they have a place, they have a space, they are welcome in their school."Penfold and Kaufman have outdone themselves in delivering a vital message in today's political climate."--Kirkus, Starred review"A lively, timely picture book."--Booklist [less]

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Alternative Approaches to Assessing Young Children, Second Edition

Angela Losardo, Angela Syverson Ph.D.

2011    272 Pages    (Brookes Publishing)

ISBN 13: 9781598570878    ISBN 10: 1598570870

In today's climate of increased accountability and diversity, alternative assessments for young children are more important than ever. That's why the timely NEW edition of this bestselling textbook is a must for all educators as they prepare to work with children who are culturally, linguistically, or developmentally diverse. Developed by top authorities in early childhood special education and widely adopted since its first edition was published in 2001, this introductory text has been [...]

In today's climate of increased accountability and diversity, alternative assessments for young children are more important than ever. That's why the timely NEW edition of this bestselling textbook is a must for all educators as they prepare to work with children who are culturally, linguistically, or developmentally diverse. Developed by top authorities in early childhood special education and widely adopted since its first edition was published in 2001, this introductory text has been carefully updated to reflect 10 years of evolution in demographics, research, technology, and legislation. Pre- and in-service educators of children birth–8 years willlearn about six popular alternative assessment methods: naturalistic, focused, performance, portfolio, dynamic, and curriculum-based language explore the advantages and limitations of each approach effectively link assessment with intervention [NEW CHAPTER!] get clear and specific guidelines for before, during, and after assessmentcollaborate and reach consensus with familiessee assessment methods in action with vivid vignettes of children with diverse needsdiscover successful strategies for teaching in inclusive environmentsimplement a transdisciplinary framework to ensure comprehensive, multidimensional assessment approaches With the improved student-friendly features—such as chapter review questions, in-depth case studies, a glossary, and a new sample syllabus—college and university instructors will find this text ideal for introducing preservice educators to the fundamentals of alternative assessments. And the NEW CD-ROM makes this book an invaluable resource beyond the classroom, with more than 2 dozen printable forms for data collection, observation, progress monitoring, IEP/IFSP development, and more. Grounded in the most current research and best practices, this essential new edition will help pre- and in-service educators capture the full picture of all young children's strengths and needs and provide them with appropriate, individualized instruction. A featured book in our Successful Screening and Assessment Kit! [less]

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An Activity Book for African American Families: Helping Children Cope with Crisis

National Black Child Development Institute

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And Tango Makes Three

Justin Richardson, Peter Parnell

2005    32 Pages    (Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers)

ISBN 13: 9780689878459    ISBN 10: 0689878451

In the zoo there are all kinds of animal families. But Tango's family is not like any of the others.

In the zoo there are all kinds of animal families. But Tango's family is not like any of the others. [less]

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Anti-Bullying and Teasing Book for Preschool Classrooms, The

Barbara Sprung, Merle Froschl

2005    96 Pages    (Gryphon House)

ISBN 13: 9780876592427    ISBN 10: 0876592426

In preschool, children encounter their first experiences in forming and joining social groups outside their family. It is natural for them to experiment with social interactions while learning about their world. In this guide, teasing and bullying are addressed as a continuum of intentionally hurtful behavior, from making fun of someone to repetitive physical abuse. Creating a caring environment at the beginning of school reduces the need for children to assert themselves through negative [...]

In preschool, children encounter their first experiences in forming and joining social groups outside their family. It is natural for them to experiment with social interactions while learning about their world. In this guide, teasing and bullying are addressed as a continuum of intentionally hurtful behavior, from making fun of someone to repetitive physical abuse. Creating a caring environment at the beginning of school reduces the need for children to assert themselves through negative behavior such as teasing and bullying. With The Anti-Bullying and Teasing Book, teachers of young children can address this behavior before it develops.Special features of this book:Information on family-school partnerships to engage families in the development of a caring community and to reinforce teachings about empathy and mutual respect.Techniques to teach children how to think about and manage their feelings in a safe and appropriate way.Tips for teaching children how to act appropriately as a "bystander." Children who stand by while a friend is being teased and bullied may be uneasy or even scared that they might be next. They feel powerless and learn negative ways to interact with others. Teachers have the opportunity to work with bystanders, helping them to develop the confidence to stand up for a friend. As a result, children will become more able to stand up for themselves and not tolerate teasing and bullying behavior.The Anti-Bullying and Teasing Book creates an environment that reinforces the positive messages essential to children's sense of safety and well-being. Some such messages are quoted from "Hurt-Free Schools" by M. Christine Mattise:If you are hurt on the playground, someone will come to see if you are all right.If you are alone, you are welcome to join in a game.If you are being teased, other children will come and tell the teaser to stop.If you need help, ask an adult.When certain social milestones and goals are achieved, children can easily live and work within their world. According to the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Code of Ethical Conduct, these goals can be stated in terms of "democratic life skills," which include the ability to:see one's self as a worthy individual and a capable member of the group.express strong emotions in non-hurting ways.solve problems ethically and intelligently.be understanding of the feeling and viewpoints of others.work cooperatively in groups, with acceptance of the human differences among members.Teachers have a major influence on how children view themselves within the larger world. Children mimic teachers' language and interactions. By creating a climate of mutual respect, teachers can help children learn to develop empathy and treat others fairly and kindly, and to stand up for themselves and their friends in safe and developmentally appropriate ways. The Anti-Bullying and Teasing Book will help teachers create a school environment in which all children feel comfortable, safe, and welcome. [less]

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Ants in Their Pants: Teaching Children Who Must Move to Learn

Aerial Cross

2009    144 Pages    (Redleaf Press)

ISBN 13: 9781933653877    ISBN 10: 1933653876

  From sunup to sundown, "extra busy" children have an endless supply of energy and remain on the move throughout the day. Ants in Their Pants offers successful and tested techniques to help caregivers, educators, and parents provide the best support to active learners so they can thrive in the classroom and at home. These ideas—from a teacher of both special and general education who is a parent of an extra busy child—provide information on how to help extra busy [...]

  From sunup to sundown, "extra busy" children have an endless supply of energy and remain on the move throughout the day. Ants in Their Pants offers successful and tested techniques to help caregivers, educators, and parents provide the best support to active learners so they can thrive in the classroom and at home. These ideas—from a teacher of both special and general education who is a parent of an extra busy child—provide information on how to help extra busy children use their energy to learn while helping teacher understand children who need to move.  [less]

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Applying Implementation Science in Early Childhood Programs and Systems

Tamara Halle, Allison Metz, Ivelise Martinez-Beck

2013    360 Pages    (Brookes Publishing)

ISBN 13: 9781598572827    ISBN 10: 1598572822

Improving outcomes for young children and their families may start with choosing evidence-based curricula, interventions, and practices—but it doesn't end there. To ensure sustained changes to early childhood programs and systems, interventions must be implemented effectively and consistently over time, which isn't an easy or straightforward task. This important book is the first research volume on applying implementation science—an evidence-based framework for bridging the research-to- [...]

Improving outcomes for young children and their families may start with choosing evidence-based curricula, interventions, and practices—but it doesn't end there. To ensure sustained changes to early childhood programs and systems, interventions must be implemented effectively and consistently over time, which isn't an easy or straightforward task. This important book is the first research volume on applying implementation science—an evidence-based framework for bridging the research-to-practice gap—to early childhood programs and systems.With contributions from 25+ early childhood researchers, this essential reference will help ensure that interventions are not only implemented effectively, but also scaled up and sustained so they help as many children as possible. Administrators, researchers, and policymakers willexamine how the growing field of implementation science can help close the research-to-practice gap in early childhood discover the core components needed to implement and sustain change in programs and systemsexplore through specific examples how to build practitioner competency and promote high-fidelity implementation of early childhood innovationsget in-depth guidance on replicating and scaling up programs at the district and state levellearn from a helpful five-step model for assessing the fidelity of interventionsunderstand how to create readiness for change and why it's so importantsee how implementation science can inform the process of systems change for early childhood professional development systems and Quality Rating and Improvement Systems (QRIS) More than a how-to guide to effective implementation and scale-up, this volume also addresses the theoretical foundation of the stages of implementation science at all levels of early childhood systems and considers research, practice, and policy implications.A foundational volume on the fundamentals of implementation science, this book will help improve long-term outcomes for all young children. Early childhood programs will learn how to replicate and sustain best practices, researchers will be ready to conduct more informed program evaluations, and policymakers will discover what it really takes to have effective, sustainable programs and systems. [less]

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Are You Listening?: Fostering Conversations That Help Young Children Learn

Lisa Burman

2008    200 Pages    (Redleaf Press)

ISBN 13: 9781933653464    ISBN 10: 1933653469

Conversations take place in every early childhood classroom—between teachers and children, and among children. Are You Listening? asks teachers to examine these conversations and their impact on children’s learning.Often, teachers use conversations to impart information to children instead of really listening to children and allowing them to make their own decisions. Grounded in child-centered, relationship-based theory, this book covers topics such as how to create an environment [...]

Conversations take place in every early childhood classroom—between teachers and children, and among children. Are You Listening? asks teachers to examine these conversations and their impact on children’s learning.Often, teachers use conversations to impart information to children instead of really listening to children and allowing them to make their own decisions. Grounded in child-centered, relationship-based theory, this book covers topics such as how to create an environment that supports quality conversations, how to encourage conversations that support learning and development, and how to work with children with limited language capabilities. [less]

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Assessing SpanishñEnglish Bilingual Preschoolers: A Guide to Best Approaches and Measures

Sandra Barrueco, Michael L=pez Ph.D., Christine Ong Ph.D., Patricia Lozano M.A.

2012    296 Pages    (Brookes Publishing)

ISBN 13: 9781598572193    ISBN 10: 1598572199

As the population of young dual language learners continues to rise, how can early childhood professionals choose culturally and linguistically appropriate assessments for Spanish–English bilingual preschoolers? They'll get expert guidance in this one-of-a-kind resource, a comprehensive roundup and analysis of 37 developmental assessments available in English and Spanish. The only guide that examines specific early childhood bilingual measures, this book gives professionals detailed [...]

As the population of young dual language learners continues to rise, how can early childhood professionals choose culturally and linguistically appropriate assessments for Spanish–English bilingual preschoolers? They'll get expert guidance in this one-of-a-kind resource, a comprehensive roundup and analysis of 37 developmental assessments available in English and Spanish. The only guide that examines specific early childhood bilingual measures, this book gives professionals detailed reviews culled from the highly respected authors' extensive research and comparative analyses. For each measure, program administrators, curriculum developers, SLPs, and other professionals willget an at-a-glance snapshot of key characteristics, including age range, cost, domains measured, and time requirementsevaluate major strengths and weaknesseseasily compare the English and Spanish versions across cultural, linguistic, and psychometric propertieslearn the basics of administration and scoringinvestigate technical data, including standardization, norming, validity, and reliabilitysee if the tool includes adaptations and accommodations for children with disabilitiesreview the results of relevant studies that used the measure To help professionals conduct the most effective assessments, the book also includes research-based strategies and solid background information. Readers will get a helpful overview of bilingual language development, general guidelines on selecting measures for young dual language learners, and tips on administering assessments with awareness of and respect for cultural and linguistic influences. An essential resource to support informed decision-making, this invaluable guide will help professionals choose culturally and linguistically appropriate early childhood assessments that accurately capture the abilities of young dual language learners.A featured book in our Successful Screening and Assessment Kit!See which domain of school readiness in the Head Start Child Development and Early Learning Framework this book addresses. [less]

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Assessing Young Children in Inclusive Settings

Jennifer Grisham-Brown, Kristie Pretti-Frontczak

2010    288 Pages    (Brookes Publishing)

ISBN 13: 9781598570571    ISBN 10: 1598570579

To ensure the best possible outcomes for young children with and without disabilities, early childhood educators must enter the classroom ready to conduct all types of early childhood assessment including determining if children need additional services, planning and monitoring instruction, and determining program effectiveness. They ll get the preparation they need with this comprehensive textbook, an in-depth blueprint for high-quality assessment in today s age of inclusion, standards-based [...]

To ensure the best possible outcomes for young children with and without disabilities, early childhood educators must enter the classroom ready to conduct all types of early childhood assessment including determining if children need additional services, planning and monitoring instruction, and determining program effectiveness. They ll get the preparation they need with this comprehensive textbook, an in-depth blueprint for high-quality assessment in today s age of inclusion, standards-based education, and accountability. Developed by prominent early childhood special education experts, this book is a natural follow-up to the bestselling, widely adopted Blended Practices for Teaching Young Children in Inclusive Settings. Future educators of young children will get the research and recommended practices they need to conduct authentic assessment; use assessment to inform effective program planning; ensure that their practices are aligned with DEC and NAEYC recommendations; select and use assessment instruments; assess children with diverse abilities; plan and revise quality instruction; and collect reliable program evaluation data. Guiding future educators through every aspect of skillful assessment, this textbook gives readers vignettes of common dilemmas teachers may encounter, classroom examples, and practical aids such as assessment checklists and excerpts from select tools. Educators will learn how to confidently implement high-quality assessment that improves outcomes for all children. [less]

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Assessment of Young Children with Special Needs

Susan M. Benner

2002    304 Pages    (Delmar Cengage Learning)

ISBN 13: 9781401825270    ISBN 10: 1401825273

Author and educator Susan McLean Benner has developed Assessments of Young Children with Special Needs to reflect current recommended practices in assessment and related issues that are recognized by professional organizations and leaders in the field. She puts equal emphasis on foundational material, traditional types of assessment and alternative assessment in children aged birth through the preschool years. Benner complements her informal writing style with in-depth case studies and [...]

Author and educator Susan McLean Benner has developed Assessments of Young Children with Special Needs to reflect current recommended practices in assessment and related issues that are recognized by professional organizations and leaders in the field. She puts equal emphasis on foundational material, traditional types of assessment and alternative assessment in children aged birth through the preschool years. Benner complements her informal writing style with in-depth case studies and illustrative examples throughout to help the reader better grasp concepts and ideas. Special features encourage in-depth thinking on the part of the reader and promote group discussion. [less]

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Authentic Learning in the Digital Age: Engaging Students Through Inquiry

Larissa Pahomov

2014    198 Pages    (Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development)

ISBN 13: 9781416619567    ISBN 10: 1416619569

How can you create an authentic learning environment one where students ask questions, do research, and explore subjects that fascinate them in today s standards-driven atmosphere? Author Larissa Pahomov offers insightful answers based on her experience as a classroom teacher at the Science Leadership Academy--a public high school in Philadelphia that offers a rigorous college-prep curriculum and boasts a 99 percent graduation rate. Pahomov outlines a framework for learning structured around [...]

How can you create an authentic learning environment one where students ask questions, do research, and explore subjects that fascinate them in today s standards-driven atmosphere? Author Larissa Pahomov offers insightful answers based on her experience as a classroom teacher at the Science Leadership Academy--a public high school in Philadelphia that offers a rigorous college-prep curriculum and boasts a 99 percent graduation rate. Pahomov outlines a framework for learning structured around five core values: inquiry, research, collaboration, presentation, and reflection. For each value, she presents * A detailed description of how the value can transform classroom practice and how a digital connection can enhance its application.* A step-by-step outline for how to implement the value, with examples from teachers in all subject areas.* Solutions to possible challenges and roadblocks that teachers may experience.* Suggestions for how to expand the value beyond the classroom, to schoolwide practice.* Anecdotes from students, offering their perspectives on how they experienced the value in the classroom and after graduation.The framework is a guide, not a prescription, and middle and high school teachers--individually or as a team--can use it to structure whatever content and skills their current school or district requires. The book also includes suggestions for how to integrate technology into inquiry-based education, but the principles and approaches it describes can be applied successfully even in places without abundant technology. Both practical and inspiring, Authentic Learning in the Digital Age is an indispensable handbook for reinvigorating teaching and learning in a new era. [less]

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Autism in the Family: Caring and Coping Together

Robert Naseef

2012    288 Pages    (Brookes Publishing)

ISBN 13: 9781598572414    ISBN 10: 1598572415

How can parents provide the best support for their child with autism—and ensure that the whole family's needs are met? It's a question faced by every parent of a child on the autism spectrum, and this book answers it with keen insight, reassuring honesty, and practical guidance. A psychologist and father of an adult son with autism, Dr. Robert Naseef has both personal and professional expertise to share with overwhelmed families. Weaving wisdom from years of clinical practice with candid first [...]

How can parents provide the best support for their child with autism—and ensure that the whole family's needs are met? It's a question faced by every parent of a child on the autism spectrum, and this book answers it with keen insight, reassuring honesty, and practical guidance. A psychologist and father of an adult son with autism, Dr. Robert Naseef has both personal and professional expertise to share with overwhelmed families. Weaving wisdom from years of clinical practice with candid first-hand insights on parenting a child from birth through adulthood, Naseef helps parents navigate the complex emotional journey to acceptance guide their child's behavior and development at every age maintain a strong and mutually supportive marriage understand the needs of siblings and provide sensitive support collaborate effectively with professionals address specific issues like meltdowns, food sensitivities, sleeping, and toileting manage stress build a strong circle of support with family and friends Using Naseef's popular Special Children, Challenged Parents as a starting point, this completely reworked and revised new book reflects 10 years of change, both in the author's life and in the autism field. Parents will benefit from new chapters on navigating their child's adolescence and adulthood, expanded and updated information on autism, and rare in-depth coverage of the needs, emotions, and parenting experiences of fathers. A warm, down-to-earth, and practical guide for parents—and an enlightening read for the professionals who work with them—this book will be a valuable companion as families love and support their child with autism. [less]

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Autism Intervention Every Day!

Merle J. Crawford, Barbara Weber

2016    144 Pages    (Brookes Publishing)

ISBN 13: 9781598579284    ISBN 10: 1598579282

Children with autism often don't get a diagnosis in their first few years of life, but if a very young child is exhibiting red flags, what should professionals and parents do in the meantime? This book has accessible, real-world solutions for use with children birth to three, with or without an autism diagnosis. A follow-up to the bestselling Early Intervention Every Day!, this practical guide is packed with simple, highly effective suggestions for strengthening critical skills during daily [...]

Children with autism often don't get a diagnosis in their first few years of life, but if a very young child is exhibiting red flags, what should professionals and parents do in the meantime? This book has accessible, real-world solutions for use with children birth to three, with or without an autism diagnosis. A follow-up to the bestselling Early Intervention Every Day!, this practical guide is packed with simple, highly effective suggestions for strengthening critical skills during daily routines, from dressing in the morning to getting ready for bed. Early interventionists and other professionals will learn how to coach families in weaving these activities into everyday life with their child, so that intervention continues long after the professional goes home. Discover how to: recognize red flags for autism sprectrum disorder; help children build a foundation for learning to interact, communicate, and participate in routines; strengthen skills that are especially challenging for children with autism, such as regulation, flexibility, and social communication; support families on the journey from pursuing a diagnosis to accessing services; implementing concepts and teaching strageties based on applied behaviour analysis (ABA); address common challenges that occur during daily routines and activities; monitor progress to ensure that the strategies are helpig children reach their IFSP goals; and promote children's participation across settings in homes, preschools, and other commnity settings. [less]

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Autism Sourcebook: Everything You Need to Know About Diagnosis, Treatment, Coping, and Healing, The

Karen Siff Exkorn

2005    432 Pages    (William Morrow)

ISBN 13: 9780060799885    ISBN 10: 0060799889

Practical advice and information from the world's foremost experts on autism -- and a mother's own hard-won lessons from helping her son recover from the disorderWhen Karen Siff Exkorn's son, Jake, was diagnosed with autism, she struggled to pull together comprehensive information about the disorder. Fortunately, she was able to educate herself quickly, and her extensive at-home treatment of her son led to his amazing full recovery. But the journey wasn't easy, and now, in The Autism Sourcebook [...]

Practical advice and information from the world's foremost experts on autism -- and a mother's own hard-won lessons from helping her son recover from the disorderWhen Karen Siff Exkorn's son, Jake, was diagnosed with autism, she struggled to pull together comprehensive information about the disorder. Fortunately, she was able to educate herself quickly, and her extensive at-home treatment of her son led to his amazing full recovery. But the journey wasn't easy, and now, in The Autism Sourcebook, Siff Exkorn offers parents the wisdom she wishes she'd had at the beginning.Recent studies show that there is a worldwide epidemic of autism. More than 1.5 million people are affected in the United States alone, with one in every 166 children diagnosed. Early detection and early intervention are two of the key factors in improving prognosis -- but too often, writes Siff Exkorn, parents get bogged down in denial or confusion about the still mysterious disorder, and are unable to take the necessary steps. Providing accessible medical information gleaned from the world's foremost experts, Siff Exkorn offers an inside look at families with children who have autism, and ties in her own firsthand experience as a parent. The author shares valuable knowledge about the following: What the diagnosis really means Understanding and accessing treatment options Knowing your child's rights in the school system Coping with common marital and familial stress Making the stigma of autism a thing of the pastWith extensive appendices, including the Modified Checklist for Autism in Toddlers, Diagnostic Criteria for the Five Pervasive Developmental Disorders, and carefully selected lists of Internet resources, recommended readings, and top autism organizations worldwide, The Autism Sourcebook is the single most comprehensive, practical resource available to parents and loved ones of children with autism. [less]

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Baby Goes to Market

Atinuke, Angela Brooksbank (Illustrator)

2017    32 Pages    (Candlewick Press)

ISBN 13: 9780763695705    ISBN 10: 076369570X

Join Baby and his doting mama at a bustling southwest Nigerian marketplace for a bright, bouncy read-aloud offering a gentle introduction to numbers. Market is very crowded. Mama is very busy. Baby is very curious. When Baby and Mama go to the market, Baby is so adorable that the banana seller gives him six bananas. Baby eats one and puts five in the basket, but Mama doesn't notice. As Mama and Baby wend their way through the stalls, cheeky Baby collects five oranges, four biscuits, three ears [...]

Join Baby and his doting mama at a bustling southwest Nigerian marketplace for a bright, bouncy read-aloud offering a gentle introduction to numbers. Market is very crowded. Mama is very busy. Baby is very curious. When Baby and Mama go to the market, Baby is so adorable that the banana seller gives him six bananas. Baby eats one and puts five in the basket, but Mama doesn't notice. As Mama and Baby wend their way through the stalls, cheeky Baby collects five oranges, four biscuits, three ears of sweet corn, two pieces of coconut . . . until Mama notices that her basket is getting very heavy! Poor Baby, she thinks, he must be very hungry by now! Rhythmic language, visual humor, and a bounty of delectable food make this a tale that is sure to whet little appetites for story time. [less]

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Baby Signing Book: Includes 450 ASL Signs for Babies and Toddlers, The

Sara Bingham

2013    288 Pages    (Robert Rose)

ISBN 13: 9780778804512    ISBN 10: 0778804518

This second edition (9780778804512) replaces the first edition (9780778801634) Now with 100 additional American Sign Language (ASL) symbols plus more case studies. The interest surrounding baby signing continues to increase as more and more parents embrace this special world of communication, which allows babies to communicate before they can talk. Sign language gives them a way to express their wants and needs, easing frustration for both baby and parent. Being able to communicate effectively [...]

This second edition (9780778804512) replaces the first edition (9780778801634) Now with 100 additional American Sign Language (ASL) symbols plus more case studies. The interest surrounding baby signing continues to increase as more and more parents embrace this special world of communication, which allows babies to communicate before they can talk. Sign language gives them a way to express their wants and needs, easing frustration for both baby and parent. Being able to communicate effectively with a very young child is positively thrilling. Part 1 of the book is an introduction to signing with babies and young children, providing the basic knowledge, skills and strategies to get started. Age-specific guidelines offer advice on signing with children from birth to age 3 and up. Part 2 is a handy dictionary of 450 ASL signs, each clearly illustrated with tips on how to form and remember the signs. Part 3 provides favorite songs and rhymes to sign with a child. Special features include: The top 5 signing tips A program that parents can customize according to their family's needs Answers to frequently asked questions Instructions on the 5 distinct components of ASL signs: body space, hand shape, movement, palm orientation, and facial expression Age-specific advice on how to teach sign language as a child develops. By simply following this book, a special world of communication awaits. [less]

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Bagel King, The

Andrew Larsen, Sandy Nichols (Illustrator)

2018    32 Pages    (Kids Can Press, Limited)

ISBN 13: 9781771385749    ISBN 10: 177138574X

Every Sunday morning, no matter the weather, Eli could count on Zaida to bring bagels from Merv's Bakery. Eli loved the time they spent together enjoying their favorite treats. ?Warm. Chewy. Salty,? Eli thought. ?Bagels were the best thing about Sunday.? But one Sunday, Zaida didn't come. He had fallen at Merv's and ?hurt his tuches,? and the doctor said Zaida had to rest at home for two whole weeks. This meant Eli had no Sunday morning bagels. And neither did Zaida's friends, who had been [...]

Every Sunday morning, no matter the weather, Eli could count on Zaida to bring bagels from Merv's Bakery. Eli loved the time they spent together enjoying their favorite treats. ?Warm. Chewy. Salty,? Eli thought. ?Bagels were the best thing about Sunday.? But one Sunday, Zaida didn't come. He had fallen at Merv's and ?hurt his tuches,? and the doctor said Zaida had to rest at home for two whole weeks. This meant Eli had no Sunday morning bagels. And neither did Zaida's friends, who had been receiving their own weekly deliveries from Zaida. Will they all go hungry for bagels on Sunday? Or is there something Eli can do? Award-winning author Andrew Larsen's picture book story offers a gently humorous take on the special bond between a boy and his grandfather and the simple ritual that looms so large in their lives. It also highlights a terrific character education lesson about how a young child can take responsibility and, with a little initiative, help a family member in need. With a blend of retro and contemporary styles, Sandy Nichols's softly colored illustrations cleverly convey the story's timelessness and capture Eli's diverse neighborhood. This book will spark wonderful discussions about family traditions and community. A mini glossary and pronunciation guide for the Yiddish words that are sprinkled throughout the story (like mensch and oy) provides an opportunity to learn about the many words we use in English that come from other languages, and to explore the connections between culture and language. [less]

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Balancing Brain Stimulation for Preschoolers

Deborah McNelis

2018    84 Pages    (Redleaf Press)

ISBN 13: 9781605546124    ISBN 10: 1605546127

Both over stimulation and under stimulation create stress in young developing brains. Balancing Brain Stimulation for Preschoolers are designed to give early childhood education professionals simple brain development insights that assist in keeping the brains of young children balanced. Balancing Brain Stimulation for Preschoolers offers suggestions for activities and interactions for a wide variety situations throughout the day. The suggestions provide easy ways for caregivers to avoid either [...]

Both over stimulation and under stimulation create stress in young developing brains. Balancing Brain Stimulation for Preschoolers are designed to give early childhood education professionals simple brain development insights that assist in keeping the brains of young children balanced. Balancing Brain Stimulation for Preschoolers offers suggestions for activities and interactions for a wide variety situations throughout the day. The suggestions provide easy ways for caregivers to avoid either over stimulation or under stimulation of young children. When children have balance their brains are not feeling stressed, so they can feel calm, learn, and be happy. [less]

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Basics of Supporting Dual Language Learners

Karen N. Nemeth

2012    (NAEYC)

ISBN 13: 9781928896845    ISBN 10: 1928896847

This book is designed to help all early childhood educators learn the basics of developmentally appropriate teaching practices for young children who are dual language learners. It covers key points about first and second language development, discusses the importance of supporting the home language, and describes how programs and schools can prepare for a diverse group of children. It is a useful introduction for administrators, monolingual and bilingual teachers and assistants, and social and [...]

This book is designed to help all early childhood educators learn the basics of developmentally appropriate teaching practices for young children who are dual language learners. It covers key points about first and second language development, discusses the importance of supporting the home language, and describes how programs and schools can prepare for a diverse group of children. It is a useful introduction for administrators, monolingual and bilingual teachers and assistants, and social and family workers.Whether you are an experienced early childhood educator or new to the field, this volume provides relevant information that will enable you to meet the needs of young dual language learners with success. [less]

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Behavioral Challenges in Early Childhood Settings (Redleaf Quick Guides)

Connie Jo Smith

2008    40 Pages    (Redleaf Press)

ISBN 13: 9781933653617    ISBN 10: 1933653612

Childcare providers must respond to emergencies and urgent problems, whether medical or behavioral, effectively. These two easy-to-use references will help them respond with confidence.Each Redleaf Quick Guide provides a list of signs and symptoms, prevention tips, and criteria for seeking additional help. Experts have reviewed the guides to ensure their accuracy and developmental appropriateness.Addresses problems such as aggression, withdrawal, sexual exploration, and cursing.

Childcare providers must respond to emergencies and urgent problems, whether medical or behavioral, effectively. These two easy-to-use references will help them respond with confidence.Each Redleaf Quick Guide provides a list of signs and symptoms, prevention tips, and criteria for seeking additional help. Experts have reviewed the guides to ensure their accuracy and developmental appropriateness.Addresses problems such as aggression, withdrawal, sexual exploration, and cursing. [less]

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Believe in My Child with Special Needs!

Mary A. Falvey

2005    160 Pages    (Paul H. Brookes Publishing Company Incorporated)

ISBN 13: 9781557667021    ISBN 10: 1557667020

Every parent is filled with dreams, fears, hopes, and questions when preparing a child for school--and when that child has a disability, this exciting time can seem overwhelming. This upbeat, reassuring handbook is an invaluable resource to share with parents of a school-age child with a disability. It demystifies complicated issues, encourages parents to celebrate abilities and recognize possibilities, and tells parents everything they need to know to be successful advocates throughout their [...]

Every parent is filled with dreams, fears, hopes, and questions when preparing a child for school--and when that child has a disability, this exciting time can seem overwhelming. This upbeat, reassuring handbook is an invaluable resource to share with parents of a school-age child with a disability. It demystifies complicated issues, encourages parents to celebrate abilities and recognize possibilities, and tells parents everything they need to know to be successful advocates throughout their child's education. Drawing on her own experiences as a parent of a child with a disability and as an educator, Mary Falvey helps parents understand their child's legal rights pursue an inclusive education for their child, from preschool to high school and beyond collaborate respectfully with educators on their child's IEP promote their child's access to the general curriculum and encourage educators to use appropriate modifications and assessment strategies support their child as he or she develops friendships develop transition plans to help their child achieve their goals after high school Candid and positive, this easy-to-read guidebook will be a trusted companion for parents--and a helpful source of insight for professionals seeking the parent perspective. [less]

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Best Practices for Training Early Childhood Professionals

Sharon Bergen

2009    160 Pages    (Redleaf Press)

ISBN 13: 9781933653402    ISBN 10: 193365340X

Written with early childhood center directors in mind, this book establishes the framework and methodology for training early childhood staff using a best-practices model that is developmentally appropriate for adult learners. It contains activities and exercises to enhance the organization, establishment, and delivery of centers’ training programs.

Written with early childhood center directors in mind, this book establishes the framework and methodology for training early childhood staff using a best-practices model that is developmentally appropriate for adult learners. It contains activities and exercises to enhance the organization, establishment, and delivery of centers’ training programs. [less]

 
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