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Inspiring Spaces For Young Children

Author : Jessica DeViney
ISBN : 0876593171
Genre : Education
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Design a classroom environment that encourages learning!

Rating Observation Scale For Inspiring Environments

Author : Jessica DeViney
ISBN : 087659321X
Genre : EDUCATION
File Size : 53. 98 MB
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An inspiring environment is essential for helping young children learn. The Rating Observation Scale for Inspiring Environments (ROSIE) is an observation rating scale that challenges teachers to examine classrooms in a totally new way: with an eye for what is aesthetically beautiful and inspiring.

Nature And Young Children

Author : Ruth A. Wilson
ISBN : 9780415526739
Genre : Education
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Now in its second edition, Nature and Young Children promotes the holistic development of children by connecting them with nature. It offers advice and guidance on how to set up indoor and outdoor nature play spaces as well as encouraging environmentally responsible attitudes, values and behaviour in your early childhood setting. Covering topics as diverse as gardening with young children, creating an accessible nature program for children with special needs and addressing cultural differences in connecting children with nature, this book reveals how important nature play can be in the development of young children. This user-friendly book offers guidance on alternative settings for nature-focused programs international approaches to nature play in early childhood the role of the adult in outdoor learning using nature play for cross-curricular learning integrating nature education and peace education health and safety. This highly accessible book will provide all early years practitioners, teachers and students on early childhood courses with a wealth of ideas on how to foster creative play and learning in nature-focused environments while also promoting positive connections with nature.

Developing And Administering A Child Care And Education Program

Author : Dorothy June Sciarra
ISBN : 9781305687721
Genre : Education
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Emphasizing the director's responsibility as a leader of both people and programs in diverse communities, DEVELOPING AND ADMINISTERING A CHILD CARE AND EDUCATION PROGRAM, Ninth Edition, covers the business and interpersonal skills child development professionals need to implement an effective program for young children and their families. It is written primarily for students of early childhood education whether or not they plan to work in the administrative aspects of the field. The book is also a rich source of updated information for practicing directors. In this thoroughly updated edition, the authors provide practical information on all aspects of directing a program, including curriculum selection; funding; budgeting; selecting, training, and supervising staff; housing the program and purchasing equipment; working with children and parents; accrediting and licensing an early childhood center; and carrying out program evaluation and quality improvement strategies. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Nature Based Learning For Young Children

Author : Julie Powers
ISBN : 9781605545974
Genre : Education
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Nature-Based Learning for Every Preschool Setting is designed to provide ideas for all early childhood educators ranging from novice nature educators to highly experienced nature educators in a wide range of ecosystems, including forests, cities, prairies, coastal, and deserts. It includes background information on a range of nature topics, reproducible parent newsletters, sample play-based lesson plans, guidance and health and safety issues related to nature activities, ideas for free/inexpensive equipment and materials and for big ticket items, ideas for family involvement, and connections to early childhood learning standards. Chapters are divided by nature topic so readers can dip in right away where they want to start exploring.

Through A Child S Eyes

Author : Sandra Duncan
ISBN : 0876597967
Genre : Education
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Classroom design is a crucial component of an effective learning environment. Through a Child's Eyes will help teachers develope learning areas that leverage childhood learning. Learn how to use the child's perspective to make the classroom a place of joy and possibility with the use of inviting materials, natural colors, intriguing loose parts, and unique sensory explorations.

Spaces For Young Children

Author : Mark Dudek
ISBN : 1907969950
Genre : Architecture and children
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With local authorities needing to find more early years places by 2014, this book looks at how to build cost-effectively without compromising quality

Rethinking The Classroom Landscape

Author : Sandra Duncan
ISBN : 9780876595664
Genre : Education
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An early childhood classroom should reinforce and enhance young children’s sense of belonging and connection to their environment, each other, their families, and their community. Rethinking the Classroom Landscape invites educators and administrators to rethink the traditional classroom, with inspirational examples showing how to weave elements that reflect each center’s community into the classroom design. Colorful photos show what teachers can do to encourage a sense of community unique to each classroom. Easy-to-implement ideas and strategies are based on five guideposts that help educators create early childhood environments that vividly connect children, adults, and the surrounding community. These community environments include connections to past and present, geography, typography, flora, and fauna. - See more at: https://www.gryphonhouse.com/books/details/rethinking-the-classroom-landscape#sthash.BhcX32UN.dpuf

Working With Young Children In Museums

Author : Abigail Hackett
ISBN : 9780429785030
Genre : Art
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Working with Young Children in Museums makes a major contribution to the small body of extant research on young children in museums, galleries and heritage sites. Bridging theory and practice, the book introduces theoretical concepts in a clear and concise manner, whilst also providing inspirational insights into everyday programming in museums. Structured around three key themes, this volume seeks to diverge from the dominant socio-cultural learning models that are generally employed in the museum learning literature. It introduces a body of theories that have variously been called new materialist, spatial, posthuman and Deleuzian; theories which enable a focus on the body, movement and place and which have not yet been widely shared or developed with the museum sector or explicitly connected to practice. This book outlines these theories in an accessible way, explaining their usefulness for conceptualising young children in museums and connecting them to practical examples of programming in a range of locations via a series of contributed case studies. Connecting theory to practice for readers in a way that emphasises possibility, Working with Young Children in Museums should be essential reading for museum practitioners working in a range of institutions around the world. It should be of equal interest to researchers and students engaged in the study of museum learning, early childhood education and children’s experiences in museums.

Inspiring Play Spaces

Author : Susie Rosback
ISBN : 1921613734
Genre : Child care services
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The book shows a variety of ways in which different spaces can be executed and set up, and describes in detail how these experiences support educators to meet the requirements of the EYLF and the NQS, respond to children's interests, and understand the benefits of play.

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