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So This Is Normal Too? (NONE) Second Edition, Kindle Edition
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Easy-to-understand child development information on challenging behaviors, specifically written for teachers and families.
Deborah Hewitt: Deborah Hewitt began her work with young children as a therapeutic preschool teacher in the inner city. Her roles in early education include child care provider consultant, CDA advisor, MNAEYC board of directors, trainer-of-trainers, school readiness preschool teacher, and education manager for an urban Head Start. Currently, she is at the Minnesota Department of Education and provides staffing to Minnesota's Early Childhood Advisory Council. She is also the coauthor of Play: The Pathway from Theory to Practice and The Optimistic Classroom: Creative Ways to Give Children Hope.
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Must have resource book1 December 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
This is a must have resource book in every early childhood teaching library. Filled with behaviors that you will see, along with tips on how to handle them. When I finished with mine in my collage class, I donated it to our center's library.
Parent/Teacher Friendly12 October 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
I really like the fact that for every entry there are guidelines and information for Parents as well as Teachers. I have already shared this information with one parent and am certain I will use it again and again.
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