Learning from Head Start: A Teacher's Guide to School by Sidney W. Gilford

By Sidney W. Gilford

Often known as a laboratory from which the final early formative years schooling group can study, Head begin has benefited from greater than forty five years of expertise. Its certain mixture of early adolescence practices, checks, and tracking, in addition to a social provider kind method, give a contribution to go commence status out as a optimum early adolescence program.
This ebook is designed to be a instructing instrument for workshops and classes in addition to an on-site source for present and destiny Head commence educating employees and others in early early life schooling.
By providing heritage details, vignettes, examine, and lecture room actions, this ebook on college readiness combines most sensible practices in early youth schooling with correct functions. subject matters, written through specialists of their fields, include:

  • Approaches to studying and instructing strategies
  • Assessments
  • Behavior management
  • Classroom set up
  • Curriculum and lesson plans
  • Early language, literacy, math, technology, social experiences, and inventive arts
  • Physical wellbeing and fitness and improvement (gross and high-quality motor skills)
  • Social and emotional development
  • Teaching youngsters with disabilities and twin language learners
  • Tips for regarding mom and dad of their children’s schooling

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