Spotlight on Young Children: Teaching and Learning in the Primary Grades

Holly Bohart (Editor) Heather Benson Collick (Editor)
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Product Details

Price
$25.00
Publisher
National Association for the Education of You
Publish Date
June 01, 2016
Pages
136
Dimensions
8.2 X 0.3 X 10.4 inches | 0.85 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781938113208

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About the Author

Holly Bohart is senior editor in Books and Related Resources at NAEYC. She formerly taught in special education early childhood programs. Heather Benson Collick is editor in chief of NAEYC's magazine for preschool educators, Teaching Young Children. Before joining NAEYC, Heather worked in a variety of early childhood and elementary education settings. Kathy Charner is editor in chief of NAEYC's Books and Related Resources department, with responsibility for the content, management, publication, and general excellence of the books and brochures published by NAEYC. Before joining NAEYC, Kathy was editor in chief at Gryphon House for more than 20 years.

Reviews

Spotlight on Young Children: Teaching and Learning in the Primary Grades includes research-based techniques and vivid examples to help primary educators refine and improve all areas of their instruction, from literacy to social studies to the integration of technology to social and emotional learning. This accessible text will help teachers enhance their instructional strategies, benefitting all their students in a range of ways. --Dana Nerenberg, Principal, Sitten Elementary, Portland Public Schools This book offers refreshing content for teachers striving to provide an equitable education for students in diverse classrooms. The articles merge theory and practice, inviting educators to reflect on and deepen their practice. --Holly Dixon, Primary Teacher, Philadelphia, PA This collection of articles emphasizes the importance of connecting real-world experiences to student-centered practices by engaging students in meaningful dialogue and critical thinking. It encourages educators to create supportive and collaborative learning environments in the primary classroom! --Lisa D. Wood, Associate Instructor, Indiana University