Spotlight on Young Children
Teaching and Learning in the Primary Grades
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Empowering students to be active thinkers and learners Primary students enter the classroom as capable thinkers with unique experiences, skills, and ideas about the world. Using this new collection of articles, educators can build on that preexisting knowledge to take teaching and learning to the next level. This valuable resource will help you - Create environments that boost learning and build social relationships among students - Engage young learners in interpreting complex literature and thinking deeply and meaningfully about math and science - Support culturally and linguistically diverse children - Foster strong ties with families Using the ideas presented here as a foundation, educators can make the most of their time with students by using each interaction as a powerful opportunity to instill confidence, competence, and a love of learning.
National Association for the Education of You, 9781938113208, 136pp.
Publication Date: June 1, 2016
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.
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