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Child M Series

Author : Gabriela Martorell
ISBN : 9780077507688
Genre : Psychology
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Author : Gabriela Martorell
ISBN : 1260500179
Genre : Child development
File Size : 36. 17 MB
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The Education Of The Child And Early Lectures On Education

Author : Rudolf Steiner
ISBN : 0880104147
Genre : Education
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As early as 1884, while tutoring a boy with special needs, Steiner began a lifelong interest in applying spiritual knowledge to the practical aspects of life. Steiner originally published the essay at the core of this book in 1907. It represents his earliest ideas on education, in which he lays out the soul spiritual processes of human development, describing the need to understand how the being of a child develops through successive "births," beginning with the physical body's entry into earthly life, and culminating in the emergence of the I-being with adulthood. Also included here are several early lectures on education (1906-1911). Contents: "The Education of the Child in the Light of Spiritual Science," essay "Teaching from a Foundation of Spiritual Insight," Berlin, May 14, 1906 "Education in the Light of Spiritual Science," Cologne, December 1, 1906 "Education and Spiritual Science," Berlin, January 24, 1907 "Interests, Talent, and Educating Children," Nuremberg, November 14, 1910 "Interests, Talent, and Education," Berlin, January 12, 1911

Child Restraint Workshop Series Report

Author : Beverly T. Orr
ISBN : NWU:35556025720616
Genre : Traffic accidents
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The Visible Invisible Beginnings This Child S Journey A Series Of Events

Author : Margie M. Garris
ISBN : 9781496914934
Genre : Religion
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A journey of disturbing events as seen through the eyes of a adult when she was a child.

Now I M Reading Pre Reader My World

Author : Nora Gaydos
ISBN : 9781524710279
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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TEACH YOUR CHILD TO READ WHILE HAVING FUN! Simple sentences and strong picture cues help guide young children to reading success with this award-winning learn-to-read series. What could be more exciting than hearing your child read a book to you for the first time? The Now I'm Reading! books for emerging readers are just right for children who want to read but aren't quite ready to sound out words using phonics. Each of the 10 stories in PRE-READER: MY WORLD uses a proven system of simple, patterned text and strong picture cues to build confidence in the earliest readers. Each booklet focuses on a specific early-learning concept (like opposites, farm animals, and movement) to help kids feel like "real" readers as they learn simple sight words. Inside this eBook, you'll find: · 10 story booklets with colorful illustrations and engaging text · 40 reward stickers to encourage completion and rereading · "Words to Know" and "Stretch Your Mind" activity sections · Parent/Teacher Guide to help you figure out the best ways to use these books Perfect for ages 3 and up! Books in the NIR Pre-Reader Level focus on read-along stories, strong picture clues, predictable patterned text, and letter and sound recognition. The concepts and skill progression in the NIR! series are aligned to meet Common Core State Standards. This book is Fountas & Pinnell Level A-E; information on individual booklet levels and Lexile Measures is available at the Now I'm Reading website.

An Experimental Study Of Children

Author : H.T. Woolley
ISBN : 9785872900405
Genre : History
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Cultural Processes In Child Development

Author : Ann S. Masten
ISBN : 9781135691271
Genre : Psychology
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The chapters of this volume were originally presented at the 29th Minnesota Symposium on Child Psychology. The focus of this symposium on cultural processes in child development emerged from the growing recognition among those at the Institute of Child Development and many others in the field that more needs to be known about the processes linking individual development and the contexts in which it occurs, and that this is no longer a luxury but essential for good science and good policy in an increasingly interconnected and pluralistic world. The chapter authors in this volume chronicle the challenges as well as the benefits of venturing out to the growing edge of theory and research concerned with how cultures and individuals interact to shape development. These investigators have wrested with the complexities of figuring out the assumptions, beliefs, values, and rules by which people conceptualize their lives and rear their children, organize their societies, and educate the next generation. As a whole, this volume reflects the beginnings of a "cultural renaissance" in developmental science.

Child Psychiatric Epidemiology

Author : Frank C. Verhulst
ISBN : 9781452253152
Genre : Psychology
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A wide variety of questions pertaining to the etiology, course and therapy of child psychiatric conditions are answered in this concise volume. Central issues related to diagnosis, assessment, sampling and cross-cultural studies are presented in a highly readable fashion. Research on prevalence and patterns of childhood dysfunction and how these are influenced by such factors as age, sex and social class are presented in detail. The authors also provide a detailed description of community surveys and offer a referral pathway to psychiatric care for children.

Child Without Tomorrow

Author : Anthony M. Graziano
ISBN : 9781483181615
Genre : Psychology
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Child Without Tomorrow discusses the observations and treatments made with seriously emotionally disturbed children. The book relates the development of a specific group therapy program and shows that children can still be taught complex and socially adaptive behavior despite their situations. It is also demonstrated that non-professionals can be trained as operative child-behavior therapists and parents are the best candidate as therapists of their children. The text defines the term Autism and briefly explains its context. It was suggested that the most useful type of therapy is observed current behavior. Stimulus control, respondent conditioning, and contingency management are important tools of the therapy. A chapter of the book is devoted on control of aggressive and tantrum behavior. Such behaviors were defined and examples were given. To control these behaviors, a process called extinction was exercised. Such process weakens a response through its non-reinforced repetition. The book will provide useful information to psychologists, therapists, parents with autistic children, students and researcher in the field of psychology.

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