Intentional Teaching in Early Childhood: Ignite Your Passion for Learning and Improve Outcomes for Young Children [Standard Large Print]
This essential professional development resource provides advice for early childhood teachers who are navigating demands and changes in their careers, helping them see these challenges as growth opportunities. Through in-depth self-assessment and reflection, educators reexamine their teaching philosophies, integrate new knowledge and strategies into their practices, and strengthen the impact of their teaching on students. In the midst of a constantly changing education landscape, teachers will become more intentional in their practices and rediscover their unique purpose and passion for teaching young children. Digital content includes customizable forms from the book. For early childhood teachers and providers, instructional coaches, directors, administrators.
- Publisher: ReadHowYouWant
- Publish Date: Feb 18th, 2021
- Pages: 372
- Language: English
- Dimensions: 9.21in - 6.14in - 0.93in - 1.04lb
- EAN: 9780369362940
- Categories: • General
About the Author
Heidemann, Sandra: - Sandra Heidemann, M.S., is a decades-long veteran of early childhood education with an emphasis on special needs. A past board president of the Minnesota Association for the Education of Young Children (MN AEYC), Sandra has published in Young Children and Exchange magazines and is the coauthor of Play: The Pathway from Theory to Practice, published by Redleaf Press. She lives in Minnesota. Beth Menninga, M.A.Ed., has over three decades of experience in early childhood education, including teaching in preschool classrooms and coordinating professional development initiatives on infant/toddler caregiving, early literacy, and early math. Beth has also coauthored articles for Young Children and Exchange magazines. She is currently the infant toddler specialist at the Center for Inclusive Child Care in St. Paul, Minnesota. Claire Chang, M.A., is senior program officer for the Blue Cross Blue Shield Minnesota Foundation and is a former West Ed instructor. She has served on the governing board and accreditation council of the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and currently serves on the board of directors of MN AEYC and Hope Community Services. Claire lives in Minnesota.
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