Case Studies in Early Childhood Education Implementing Developmentally Appropriate Practices

ISBN-10: 0135026032
ISBN-13: 9780135026038
Edition: 2010
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List price: $31.40
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 2/25/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 144
Size: 7.25" wide x 8.75" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.770
Language: English

Rachel Ozretich has been a teacher, researcher, and policy analyst in early childhood education for 24 years, working for Linn Benton Community College (LBCC), Oregon State University (OSU), and the Oregon Commission on Children and Families. Linda Burt was a researcher and faculty instructor at OSU for many years. Sue Doescher has taught and conducted research in early childhood education for over 30 years and currently teaches at LBCC. Martha Foster teaches practicum classes at LBCC and has taught full-time in LBCCrsquo;s child development laboratory for 19 years.

Matrix of Cases
Caring for Infants
Mason in Two Different Environments (Infants)
Helping Jack be Mobile (Toddlers)
Jack's First Day in Family Child Care
Using Assessment to Observe Jack
Conferencing with Emily, Jack's Mother
Implementing the Plan
Edward and Keon Invent a Game (Toddlers)
Audrey Chooses Different Boots (2 Years)
Nurturing Connections in Rafael's New World (2 Years)
Rafael's First Day
Rafael's Second Day
The Library Construction Project (2 Years, First Grade)
A Project Emerges for the Meadow Room
A Project Emerges for the First 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)
Understanding Maya and Recalling Earlier Challenges
Curriculum That Helps Maya Progress
From Home to Preschool (3-5 Years)
The Initial Home Visit
Plans for the Initial Classroom Visit at Open House
The Open House, Tuesday, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Preparing for the First Day at School
The First Day of School
Problem Solving and the Blocks (3-5 Years)
Robert and the Garage
Knocking Down the Blocks
Elena's Fears and How She Learns from New Experiences (3-5 Years)
Familiar Experiences with Animals
Observing Elena
The Petting Fair Preview
Brent and Cory Need Extra Help (3-5 Years)
Mean Talk
Separate Classrooms
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)
Favorite Childhood School Memories
Amanda's Plan
Amanda Confers with Hana
Amanda's Teaching Day
Debriefing with Hana
Observation Reveals the Issue (4-5 Years)
Productive Play with Fairy Dust (Kindergarten)
Helping Julian Adjust (Kindergarten)
What Is Going on with Julian?
Talking with Julian's Mother
Using the Information to Help Julian
Sharing Akil's Work Sample (Combined First-Second Grade)
Why Won't Luke Finish His Work? (First Grade)
A Parent's Visit
Observing Luke and His Classroom
Meeting with Taylor
Friday's Meeting
Immediate Changes
Meeting Again with Elizabeth
Why Dante Succeeds in Second Grade (Second Grade)
Dante's Family Is Concerned
Dante's Parents Observe
Involving Children (Second Grade)
William and Nashawna and the Ocean Animals Project
William Leads a Family Conference
Lecia and the Standardized Tests (Third Grade)
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