Middle Childhood and Middle Adolescence Development from Ages 8 to 18
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Description: Middle Childhood to Middle Adolescence: Development from Ages 8 to 18 Libby Balter Blume and Mary Jo Zembar This new applied development text is the only text available that focuses on the critical age-span of middle childhood to adolescence. Ideal for child development courses that concentrate on middle childhood and adolescence, this text discusses major developmental research and theories as they relate to physical, intellectual, emotional, and social development. The book contains numerous applications for those who will teach and work with children ages 8 through 18. An Emphasis on Children Ages 8 to 18 bull; The only text available that focuses solely on childrenrsquo;s development in middle childhood through adolescence. An Emphasis on Application bull; Throughout the text, research and theory are translated into practical applications for working with children. The feature ldquo;Guideposts for Working with School-Age Children or Adolescentsrdquo; provides concrete suggestions and guidance for working with children and adolescents. ldquo;Stop and Reflectrdquo; questions embedded in the text allow readers to integrate and apply the chapter content to their own lives. An Emphasis on Diverse Contexts bull; Chapters 2-12 all end with a discussion of research in the diverse and cultural contexts of home, school, and community. An Integrated Discussion of Research and Theories bull; In addition to providing an overview of research and theory in Chapter 1, this text offers an integrated discussion of theories in Chapters 2-12 in the ldquo;Theoretical Viewpointsrdquo; section. The features ldquo;Roadmaps to Understanding Theory and Researchrdquo; and ldquo;Roadmaps to Successful Practicerdquo; offer key illustrations of particular theories and research and how they apply to practice.
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List price: $133.40
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 6/30/2006
Size: 8.50" wide x 11.00" long x 1.00" tall
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