Fundamentals of Early Childhood Education

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Merrill, 2000 - Education - 400 pages
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The thoroughly updated edition of this best-selling Introduction to Early Childhood text provides comprehensive coverage that delivers up-to-the minute information regarding early childhood education. One of its outstanding features is its ability to deliver logically sequenced text in an extremely inviting format and writing style. Includes the current research, statistics and practical appliations readers will need to achieve a well-grounded foundation in early childhood education. Covers observing and assessing young children; learning theories; the recently passed special education law (IDEA); developmentally appropriate practice (DAP); and multicultural issues. Appropriate as an introduction to early childhood education.

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How Are the Public Schools Influencing
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Early Childhood Programs 121 Foundation Years for Learning 213
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George S. Morrison is a professor of early childhood education at the University of North Texas.

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