Preschool Scholar

Filename: preschool-scholar.pdf
ISBN: 1589470001
Release Date: 2004-08-08
Number of pages: 128
Author: Barbara Gregorich
Publisher:

Download and read online Preschool Scholar in PDF and EPUB Preschool Scholar combines three School Zone workbooks into one convenient volume. The proven activities will help your child develop important readiness skills, including the alphabet, counting, colors, shapes, classifying, and more. Simple instructions, colorful illustrations, and entertaining activities will help your child gain confidence and enjoy learning. (Ages: 3-5 | 128 Pages | Dimensions: 11x8.5in. )


Preschool Scholar

Filename: preschool-scholar.pdf
ISBN: 1589474546
Release Date: 2008-01
Number of pages: 32
Author: Joan Hoffman
Publisher:

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Trace Letters Ages 3 5

Filename: trace-letters-ages-3-5.pdf
ISBN: 9781624429408
Release Date: 2013-03-01
Number of pages: 32
Author: Brighter Child
Publisher: Carson-Dellosa Publishing

Download and read online Trace Letters Ages 3 5 in PDF and EPUB In Trace Letters, your child will practice holding a pencil or crayon correctly while tracing each letter of the alphabet. Your child will develop the fine motor control needed for Kindergarten while also learning to recognize each letter and it's sound!


Big Preschool Workbook

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ISBN: 0887431453
Release Date: 1997-07-01
Number of pages: 320
Author:
Publisher:

Download and read online Big Preschool Workbook in PDF and EPUB This Big Preschool Workbook combines popular 32-page School Zone workbooks into one convenient 320-page volume. Child-friendly exercises and full-color illustrations make learning fun. Use Big Workbooks to reinforce or review grade-level skills or prepare for the upcoming school year. Contents include: Same or Different, Mazes, Does It Belong, Uppercase Alphabet, Lowercase Alphabet, Thinking Skills, Preschool Basics, and Preschool Scholar. (Ages: 3-5 | 320 Pages)


Preschool Basics

Filename: preschool-basics.pdf
ISBN: 1589470354
Release Date: 2003-06-06
Number of pages: 64
Author: Joan Hoffman
Publisher:

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Eager to Learn

Filename: eager-to-learn.pdf
ISBN: 9780309068369
Release Date: 2000-12-22
Number of pages: 468
Author: National Research Council
Publisher: National Academies Press

Download and read online Eager to Learn in PDF and EPUB Clearly babies come into the world remarkably receptive to its wonders. Their alertness to sights, sounds, and even abstract concepts makes them inquisitive explorers--and learners--every waking minute. Well before formal schooling begins, children's early experiences lay the foundations for their later social behavior, emotional regulation, and literacy. Yet, for a variety of reasons, far too little attention is given to the quality of these crucial years. Outmoded theories, outdated facts, and undersized budgets all play a part in the uneven quality of early childhood programs throughout our country. What will it take to provide better early education and care for our children between the ages of two and five? Eager to Learn explores this crucial question, synthesizing the newest research findings on how young children learn and the impact of early learning. Key discoveries in how young children learn are reviewed in language accessible to parents as well as educators: findings about the interplay of biology and environment, variations in learning among individuals and children from different social and economic groups, and the importance of health, safety, nutrition and interpersonal warmth to early learning. Perhaps most significant, the book documents how very early in life learning really begins. Valuable conclusions and recommendations are presented in the areas of the teacher-child relationship, the organization and content of curriculum, meeting the needs of those children most at risk of school failure, teacher preparation, assessment of teaching and learning, and more. The book discusses: Evidence for competing theories, models, and approaches in the field and a hard look at some day-to-day practices and activities generally used in preschool. The role of the teacher, the importance of peer interactions, and other relationships in the child's life. Learning needs of minority children, children with disabilities, and other special groups. Approaches to assessing young children's learning for the purposes of policy decisions, diagnosis of educational difficulties, and instructional planning. Preparation and continuing development of teachers. Eager to Learn presents a comprehensive, coherent picture of early childhood learning, along with a clear path toward improving this important stage of life for all children.


Activity And Game Book

Filename: activity-and-game-book.pdf
ISBN: 1594960046
Release Date: 2004-07-01
Number of pages: 96
Author: Caramel
Publisher: Teora USA, LLC

Download and read online Activity And Game Book in PDF and EPUB This volume explores the full spectrum of early writing skills in a lively workbook format. Simple instructions to follow and a great satisfaction fro the children as they accomplish their tasks: draw what is missing from a picture, circle the different objects, draw the missing wheels on buses, draw the tiles on the roofs, draw long or short hair on heads, help a monkey find a banana, and much more.


Applied Psychology

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ISBN: 9781316472996
Release Date: 2016-02-24
Number of pages:
Author: E. Scott Geller
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Download and read online Applied Psychology in PDF and EPUB This volume demonstrates how readers can become more effective parents, teachers, students, coaches, managers, or work supervisors, while also gaining practical skills to enhance their self-motivation, communication skills, and intervention acumen. The first eight chapters explain evidence-based principles from applied behavioral science (ABS) that can be used to improve the human dynamics of any situation involving behavior. Fundamentals from humanism are integrated strategically to show how an ABS intervention can be more acceptable, influential, and sustainable. The following twelve chapters detail the deployment of ABS interventions to optimize performance in a wide variety of fields, including occupational and transportation safety, quantity and quality of organizational work behavior, healthcare, athletic coaching, parenting, pre-school and college education, environmental sustainability, and the control of obesity and alcohol abuse. Applied Psychology provides a thorough review of the latest research in relation to these domains and explores issues for future investigation.



The Mother of All Booklists

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ISBN: 9781442238626
Release Date: 2014-12-24
Number of pages: 368
Author: William Patrick Martin
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

Download and read online The Mother of All Booklists in PDF and EPUB The Mother of All Booklists: The 500 Most Recommended Nonfiction Reads for Ages 3 to 103 is written for parents, grandparents, and teachers unfamiliar with the bewildering array of award and recommended reading lists. This book offers, not the opinion of one book critic, but the aggregate opinion of an army of critics.



Handbook of Research on the Education of Young Children

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ISBN: 9781136897023
Release Date: 2013-01-17
Number of pages: 480
Author: Olivia N. Saracho
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Handbook of Research on the Education of Young Children in PDF and EPUB The Handbook of Research on the Education of Young Children is the essential reference on research on early childhood education throughout the world. This singular resource provides a comprehensive overview of important contemporary issues as well as the information necessary to make informed judgments about these issues. The field has changed significantly since the publication of the second edition, and this third edition of the handbook takes care to address the entirety of vital new developments. A valuable tool for all those who work and study in the field of early childhood education, this volume addresses critical, cutting edge research on child development, curriculum, policy, and research and evaluation strategies. With a multitude of new and updated chapters, The Handbook of Research on the Education of Young Children, 3rd Edition makes the expanding knowledge base related to early childhood education readily available and accessible.


Effective Practices for Children with Autism

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ISBN: 9780199886364
Release Date: 2008-03-13
Number of pages: 528
Author: James K. Luiselli
Publisher: Oxford University Press

Download and read online Effective Practices for Children with Autism in PDF and EPUB Children who have autism require comprehensive educational and treatment services. There are a myriad of approaches currently recommended to practitioners and parents, but little is known about their efficacy. Which are the most effective in teaching skills, overcoming behavior challenges, and improving quality of life? Methods must be based in research settings, but be easily extended to real world settings where children with autism live, go to school, socialize, and recreate. Identifying and validating effective practices is a complex and multi-faceted process, but an essential one for responsible research and practice. This book brings together multiple and contemporary perspectives on intervention effectiveness for autism education and behavior support. With contributors from a variety of disciplines and orientations, Effective Practices for Children with Autism presents a critical appraisal of current practice standards, emphasizing empirically supported procedures and research-to-practice applications. By bringing together a diverse group of authors, the editors have ensured that the vast field of information on interventions for children with autism is thoroughly examined, and that no topic has gone untouched. Written for practitioners, research scientists, and clinicians, the book is an essential framework for evaluating educational and treatment procedures, selecting those that are most effective, and evaluating outcomes.


Turn taking in human communicative interaction

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ISBN: 9782889198252
Release Date: 2016-05-09
Number of pages: 293
Author: Judith Holler
Publisher: Frontiers Media SA

Download and read online Turn taking in human communicative interaction in PDF and EPUB The core use of language is in face-to-face conversation. This is characterized by rapid turn-taking. This turn-taking poses a number central puzzles for the psychology of language. Consider, for example, that in large corpora the gap between turns is on the order of 100 to 300 ms, but the latencies involved in language production require minimally between 600 ms (for a single word) or 1500 ms (for as simple sentence). This implies that participants in conversation are predicting the ends of the incoming turn and preparing in advance. But how is this done? What aspects of this prediction are done when? What happens when the prediction is wrong? What stops participants coming in too early? If the system is running on prediction, why is there consistently a mode of 100 to 300 ms in response time? The timing puzzle raises further puzzles: it seems that comprehension must run parallel with the preparation for production, but it has been presumed that there are strict cognitive limitations on more than one central process running at a time. How is this bottleneck overcome? Far from being 'easy' as some psychologists have suggested, conversation may be one of the most demanding cognitive tasks in our everyday lives. Further questions naturally arise: how do children learn to master this demanding task, and what is the developmental trajectory in this domain? Research shows that aspects of turn-taking, such as its timing, are remarkably stable across languages and cultures, but the word order of languages varies enormously. How then does prediction of the incoming turn work when the verb (often the informational nugget in a clause) is at the end? Conversely, how can production work fast enough in languages that have the verb at the beginning, thereby requiring early planning of the whole clause? What happens when one changes modality, as in sign languages – with the loss of channel constraints is turn-taking much freer? And what about face-to-face communication amongst hearing individuals – do gestures, gaze, and other body behaviors facilitate turn-taking? One can also ask the phylogenetic question: how did such a system evolve? There seem to be parallels (analogies) in duetting bird species, and in a variety of monkey species, but there is little evidence of anything like this among the great apes. All this constitutes a neglected set of problems at the heart of the psychology of language and of the language sciences. This Research Topic contributes to advancing our understanding of these problems by summarizing recent work from psycholinguists, developmental psychologists, students of dialog and conversation analysis, linguists, phoneticians, and comparative ethologists.


Games on the Go

Filename: games-on-the-go.pdf
ISBN: 0887433235
Release Date: 2000-07-01
Number of pages: 32
Author: Lisa Carmona
Publisher:

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