Fb2 Working with parents: Guidelines for early childhood and elementary teachers ePub
by Shari E Nedler
|Author:||Shari E Nedler|
|Publisher:||Wadsworth Pub. Co (1979)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1360 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1404 kb|
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By (author) Shari E Nedler. Format Book 265 pages.
By (author) Shari E Nedler. Dimensions 16. 6 x 23. 8 x 1. 4mm 45. 9g. Publication date 01 Jan 1979.
Working with parents : guidelines for early childhood and elementary teachers. Nedler, Shari Early Education for Spanish Speaking Mexican American Children-A Comparison of Three Intervention Strategies.
Implications for early childhood and elementary teacher preparation programs are discussed. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text. There is consensus in the early childhood field about various components of program quality for young children in general, and a number of states now have program quality improvement systems in place to guide professional practice in this regard.
3 Approaches to working with parents/whänau 4 Sharing pedagogical aims and practices 5 Supporting parents and .
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McAfee, O. and Nedler, S. Working with parents: Guidelines for early childhood and elementary teachers. Nurturing human growth: An approach for parents and teachers of young children. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing C. 1979. Parent involvement in the home, school, community. E. Merrill Publishing C. 1978. Sierra Madre Community Nursery School Association. Sierra Madre, CA: Sierra Madre Community Nursery School Association, 1978.
An early-childhood teacher works with students who are between 3 and 5. .Early-childhood teachers must strive to address cultural or special needs - emotional, physical or educational - of the children they teach.
An early-childhood teacher works with students who are between 3 and 5 years old. In general, she engages children in a variety of activities that are developmentally appropriate and looks out for each child's well being. She communicates her observations to the children's parents at regular intervals. If she becomes concerned about a child, she communicates with the parent immediately. For example, if a child has a food allergy, the teacher must be aware of the content of the food the child is offered or is eating.
Best Books for Elementary Teachers. Troublemakers: Lessons in Freedom from Young Children at School by Carla Shalaby. Since 2005 this book has provided good techniques for developing positive relationships with parents
Best Books for Elementary Teachers. What It’s About: Rethinking the label troublemaker to describe young children with disruptive behaviors. Why You Should Read It: This book provides a twenty-first century look at critical pedagogy and encourages teachers to value their students’ experiences and contributions. Since 2005 this book has provided good techniques for developing positive relationships with parents. These skills remain important in today’s political climate and as our awareness of culturally responsive practices have grown.
A 13 year study of early childhood development at Harvard University has shown that, by.
The concept of working with parents in their homes, or at their place of work, contrasts quite markedly with the report of the Early Childhood Care and Education Working Group.