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Observing Development of the Young Child

Observing Development of the Young Child - 7th edition

ISBN13: 978-0135025895

Cover of Observing Development of the Young Child 7TH 10 (ISBN 978-0135025895)
ISBN13: 978-0135025895
ISBN10: 0135025893
Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 7TH 10
Copyright: 2010
Publisher: Merrill Education/Prentice Hall
Published: 2010
International: No

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Observing Development of the Young Child - 7TH 10 edition

ISBN13: 978-0135025895

Janice J. Beaty

ISBN13: 978-0135025895
ISBN10: 0135025893
Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 7TH 10
Copyright: 2010
Publisher: Merrill Education/Prentice Hall
Published: 2010
International: No
Summary

Observing Development of the Young Child, Seventh Edition Janice J. Beaty, Professor Emerita, Elmira College Focuses on child development using a unique checklist to document each aspect of development. This book teaches readers how to observe, record, and interpret development of children ages 3 through 5. It also discusses what these children are like and how to support them in their development with exciting hands on activities. The text focuses on the six major aspects of child development: Emotional Social Physical Cognitive Language Creative Teachers can use the author's unique system of observation,The Child Development Checklist, to determine children's levels of development. This simple, self-teaching device is also used as an outline for chapters and their content. Strategies to support development If You Have Not Checked This Item: Some Helpful Ideas-This expanded feature in each chapter gives students specific suggestions for activities that will help children developmentally in areas not checked on the checklist. Includes coverage of all stages of developmentndash;Includes background research and practical activities to enhance development of each stage throughout the text. Provides a separate chapter on sharing observational data with parents (Chapter 14)--Provides a unique approach to involving parents in their children's development through child observations at home and developing collaborative portfolios with teachers and children in the classroom.

Table of Contents

Brief Contents 1 Observing and Assessing Children's Development 2 Collecting and Recording Observational Data 3 Self-Esteem 4 Emotional Development 5 Social Play 6 Prosocial Behavior 7 Large Motor Development 8 Small Motor Development 9 Cognitive Development 10 Spoken Language 11 &