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Presentation to the California State Board of Education. Sacramento, California.
Dempster, N. Fang, Z. Teaching close reading with complex texts across content areas. Research in the Teaching of English, 51 1 , Fisher, D. Visible learning for literacy, grades K implementing the practices that work best to accelerate student learning. Thousand Oaks, California: Corwin Literacy. Hattie, J. Visible learning: A synthesis of over metaanalyses relating to achievement.
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London: Routledge. London and Oakville: Continuum. School Discourse: Learning to write across the years of schooling. London: Continuum. Cox, R. Contextualising multilingualism in Australia today. English in Australia, 50 1 , Cummins, J. Beyond adversarial discourse: Searching for common ground in the education of bilingual students. Presentation to the California State Board of Education.
Sacramento, California. Dempster, N. Fang, Z. Teaching close reading with complex texts across content areas. Research in the Teaching of English, 51 1 , Fisher, D. Visible learning for literacy, grades K implementing the practices that work best to accelerate student learning.
Thousand Oaks, California: Corwin Literacy. Hattie, J. Visible learning: A synthesis of over metaanalyses relating to achievement. Routledge UK. Jewitt, C. Multimodality and Literacy. School Classrooms. Review of Research in Education, Vol. Priced low for a textbook, this piece is accessible to young students entering the field or even those considering applying to school.
The content is easy to follow and will give you a quick and sweeping overview of a variety of new challenges that individuals face in early childhood education and encourages the reader to make their pedagogy adaptable to myriad of classroom scenarios. This is a unique opportunity to learn about the Vygotskian Approach in book form.
This approach focuses a great deal on communal learning and how that affects executive function and how that helps students becomes agents of their own educations. Often times compared side-by-side with Piaget and how their philosophies on private speech differ, Vygotskian argues that private speech is an essential component that assists children to plan activities and strategies for their development throughout the early development of their life and even into adulthood.
This is a great resource for any individual looking to broaden their approach to teaching and delve into a different perspective on child development. George S. Morrison, educator and professor along with contributing writers Elizabeth Beavers, Donna Kirkwood, and Mary Jean Woika bring to you this comprehensive yet light overview of early childhood fundamentals. These eight critical themes are central to this piece: the value of developmentally appropriate practices DAP , merging early childhood education and special education, closing achievement gaps between children of poverty and more advantaged peers, literacy development, integrating STEM, working with diverse learners, developing self-guided learners, and continual professional development.
Thought out all of this you will also learn how to integrate education and DAP with parents. This is a fantastic resource for new students, first year teachers, and veteran teachers alike. Early Intervention Games is written by Barbara Sher, an occupational therapist who has an understanding of the sensory needs of autistic individuals and individuals with a variety of sensory processing exceptionalities. Sher has organized a treasure trove of engaging games to helps young learning with motor planning both find and gross.
Most all of the activities are geared towards groups large and small. Some activities may be modified to work for one child.
Many of the activities require just a few easy-to-access materials. Displaying a clear understanding of the sensory processing differences of these exceptional minds, Sher also includes and entire section on water games are absolutely relevant to groups and once again may be easily modified to work for one child. We love this collection of games that help a variety of autistic and SPD learners. This is a great collection of games, and a perfect resource for special educators. We were so thrilled to find this gem of a book.
As many people argue, bias permeates education at the earliest of years may reinforce prejudice and even reinforce stereotyping with out-of-date stimuli and educational practices. Rethinking is a breath of fresh air. Editor Ann Pelo approaches her collection with activism at the heart. Pelo understands the importance of honing a sense of self and justice in the early childhood years and encourages teachers to connect with students on ideas related to social justice, ecological awareness, and active curiosity.
Within the pages are accounts from a wide range of teachers and parents discussing social justice teaching in the field. Highly regarded early childhood education expert and life long learner Janet Gonzalez-Mena brings us Diversity in early Care and Education.
Gonzalez-Mena has seen early childhood education from every angle and has honed her understanding of what young children need in their early years. In Honoring the Differences Gonzalez-Mena examines the importance of a broadened view of each child in their classroom.
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There is no guess work involved here- as the author explains various ways of listening to, unpacking and embracing diverse cultures in a manner that leads to effective education. This is a phenomenal resource for parents, care givers, and early childhood educators. You understand the importance of assessment to truly implement quality education for your students. What about assessing assets of the individuals? Recchia and Yoon-Joo Lee discuss the joys of differences in the field of education.
All of this is taught through research, through classroom example, and thorough examination. If you are working in an inclusion setting or are hoping to maximize the education for all types of learners in your classroom, this is an excellent resource. Ann Lewin-Benham is a prolific writer and educator who bring to the world this exciting resource applicable to educators and parents alike. Lewin-Benham closely examines Reggio Emilia in its cultural context and how it uniquely benefits the early learners with flow- a deep concentration for lengthy hours of the day.
Does that sound impossible for early learners? Lemin-Benham explains that indeed it is not, in fact it is the result of taught self-regulation. You the reader are gently guided through every step of this through the content of the book.
Literacy Leadership in Early Childhood: The Essential Guide
Other materials covered include the environment as the curriculum, human development and particularly with relations to brain development, language and imagination. You will want to keep this piece at arms reach! Michael Gramling examines the impact of policy on practice in early childhood education.
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This propaganda trickled down to include how educators should approach assessment and pedagogy in the early childhood classroom. Gramling argues quite strongly that the policy created a disconnect between best practice teaching and teaching that happens- quite passively.