The broad, comprehensive coverage in this market-leading text, is now more visually engaging and useful than ever. Written by one of the best-known authors in the field, this is the only book of its kind to provide chapters on child care and federal legislation while also offering foundational chapters and developmental chapters on infants through eight-year-olds. The broadest foundational coverage available is organized around seven core themes: Professionalism in Practice, Theory to Practice, Diversity, Family-Centered/Community-Based Practice, Timeliness, Developmentally-Appropriate Practice, and Applying Technology. The content is reinforced with a new DVD that allows students the opportunity to ‘see’ what they are learning about - not just read the content - using integrated margin notes. Eight videos illustrate key settings and approaches, in diverse environments. Now with a focus on how-to strategies and guidelines, the result is a much more applied book. For early childhood teachers or any childcare worker.
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Morrison, Early Childhood Education Today, 10e
Comprehensive coverage. The 10th edition provides the broad, comprehensive coverage that users expect. This is the only book of its kind to provide chapters on child care and federal legislation while also offering foundational chapters and developmental chapters on infants through eight-year-olds. Readers gain a sense of not only the field today and its current issues, but also what young children are like and how to work with them as professionals.
New Early Childhood Settings and Approaches DVD. Today’s visual students demand today’s technology. A DVD with eight videos illustrating key early childhood settings and approaches is included with every copy of this text. Video references in the marginsof the book also link book content to video content. As students read about Reggio Emilia, Head Start, or infant/toddler classrooms, students, and teachers, they can see them on the videos and deepen their understanding of the book’s content and what it takes to be an early childhood professional.
More Useful Than Ever. A focus on adding more useful, "how-to" strategies and guidelines has resulted in a much more applied book. New Competency Builder features, with clear step-by-step instructions, build competence and confidence in today’s early childhood professionals. Students need to know how to build portfolios, observe children, create lesson plans, document learning, and support English language learners, and these features helps them learn to do these key tasks and more. A new Ethical Dilemma at the end of every chapter help readers learn to make important professional decisions based on NAEYC’s revised Code of Ethical Conduct.
Instructor Resources: Instructor’s Manual, Test Bank, PowerPoint Slides, electronic test management system, Blackboard, WebCT
Student Resources: Integrated DVD, Student Study Guide, Spanish Student Study Guide, enhanced Companion Website with book references to the siteAbout the Author:
George S. Morrison, Ed.D., is a professor of early childhood education at the University of North Texas. Dr. Morrison's accomplishments include a Distinguished Academic Service Award from the Pennsylvania Department of Education, an Outstanding Alumni Award from the University of Pittsburgh School of Education, an end Outstanding Service and Teaching Awards from Florida International University.
Dr. Morrison is the author of many books on early childhood education, child development, curriculum, and teacher education, including Fundamentals of Early Childhood Education, Fourth Edition, and Teaching in America, Fourth Edition.
Dr. Morrison is a popular author, speaker, and presenter. He writes and ongoing column for the Public School Montessorian and contributes his opinions and views to a wide range of publications. His speaking engagements and presentations focus on the future of early childhood education, the changing roles of early childhood teachers, and the influence of contemporary educational reforms, research, and legislation on teaching and learning.
Dr. Morrison's professional interests also include the application of neuroscience and developmental research to early childhood programs. He has developed Success for Life, a research-based program for children from birth to six years of age. Success for Life helps children achieve success in school and daily life. The curriculum is an interdisciplinary approach and applies theory and research to practice for the education and optimum development of children and families.
Professor Morrison is also involved in providing technical assistance about graduate and undergraduate teacher education programs and early childhood practices to government agencies, university faculty, and private and public agencies in Thailand, Taiwan, and China.
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