Emotions For Kids Age 1 3 Engage Early Readers Children S Learning Books

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This book introduces basic emotions and expressions, and develops early language skills. Vibrant colors and images are designed to attract the attention of babies and toddlers. This book will help children identify different emotions and expressions before preschool.

Building Early Social And Emotional Relationships With Infants And Toddlers

Author: Amanda Sheffield Morris
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3030031101
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This book provides a comprehensive overview of the process of building healthy early social and emotional relationships with infants from a developmental perspective. The book synthesizes current research on the contextual influences of attachment, family relationships, and caregiving practices on social-emotional development. Chapters examine the processes of socioemotional development—particularly in relationships with parents, other family members, and peers—and identify areas for promoting healthy attachments and resilience, improving caregiving skills, and intervening in traumatic and stressful situations. Chapters also present empirically-supported intervention and prevention programs focused on building early relationships from birth through three years of age. The book concludes with future directions for supporting infant mental health and its vital importance as a component of research, clinical and educational practice, and child and family policy. Topics featured in this book include: The effect of prenatal and neonatal attachment on social and emotional development. The impact of primary relationships and early experiences in toddlerhood. Toddler autonomy and peer awareness in the context of families and child care. Supporting early social and emotional relationships through The Legacy for ChildrenTM Intervention. How to build early relationship programming across various cultures. Building Early Social and Emotional Relationships with Infants and Toddlers is a must-have reference for researchers, clinicians and professionals, and graduate students in the fields of infant mental health, developmental psychology, pediatrics, public health, family studies, and early childhood education.

The Oxford Handbook Of The Age Of Shakespeare

Author: R. Malcolm Smuts
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199660840
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Rather than seeking to survey the historical 'background' to Shakespeare, the essays in the collection display a variety of perspectives, insights and methodologies found in current historical work that may also inform literary studies. In addition to Elizabethan and early seventeenth century polities, they examine such topics as the characteristics of the early modern political imagination; the growth of public controversy over religion and other issues duringthe period and ways in which this can be related to drama; attitudes about honour and shame and their relation to concepts of gender; histories of crime and murder; and ways in which changing attitudeswere expressed through architecture, printed images and the layout of Tudor gardens.

Striving For Excellence

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Each vol. a compilation of ERIC digests.

Current Index To Journals In Education

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Current Index To Journals In Education Semi Annual Cumulations 1986

Author: Oryx Press Staff
Editor: Oryx Press
ISBN: 9780897742412
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The National Education Priorities Of The President And The U S Department Of Education Striving For Excellence Volume Iv 2000

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Family

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Foundations Of Mental Health Care

Author: Michelle Morrison-Valfre
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This comprehensive text provides a historical overview of mental health care, theoretical foundations, information on therapeutic skills, problems throughout the life cycle and psychological and psychosocial problems.

Morrison Valfre S Foundations Of Mental Health Care In Canada 1e Ebook

Author: Boris Bard, RN Msc Acmhn
Editor: Elsevier
ISBN: 1771722290
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Build a broad fundamental knowledge of Canadian mental health concepts and disorders! Morrison-Valfre's Foundations of Mental Health Care in Canada uses an easy-to-read, multidisciplinary approach to describe current therapeutic interventions and treatments for mental health conditions. Ideal for nurses and other caregivers, this guide provides concise coverage of skills and principles, therapeutic skills, mental health problems throughout the lifecycle, and common psychological and psychosocial conditions. Included are topics such as new research, the latest mental health legislation, and new psychotropic drugs. Adapted for a Canadian audience by Boris Bard, Eric MacMullin, and Jacqueline Williamson, this resource enables you to provide effective therapy to clients with a wide range of maladaptive behaviours. Coverage of psychotropic medications emphasizes the latest in safe pharmaceutical treatment in mental health care. Coverage of internet usage features emerging mental health issues surrounding use of the internet, highlighting related addictions and violence. Updated DSM-5 diagnoses include the latest information on new mental health diagnoses recognized by the American Psychiatric Association. Sample client care plans show how members of the health care team work collaboratively to meet client needs. Case studies use realistic client situations to strengthen critical thinking and ensure that students consider psychosocial aspects of therapeutic care. Critical Thinking boxes include practice scenarios with client issues as well as questions that stimulate more careful analysis. Cultural Consideration boxes highlight cultural issues and address the varied mental health needs of culturally diverse clients. Medication Alert boxes identify the risks and possible adverse reactions of psychotherapeutic medications. Chapter objectives focus on the most important concepts. Key terms include phonetic pronunciations and text page references, and are listed in a comprehensive glossary, making it easier for students to understand and use mental health terminology. NEW! Comprehensive coverage includes Canadian statistics, research, references and resources, guidelines, assessment and screening tools, therapies, drugs, terminology, and more. NEW! Canadian cultural considerations are included when content relates to race/ethnicity, Indigenous people, and the LGBTQ2 community. NEW! Coverage of trending topics includes medical assistance in dying (MAID), the opioid crisis, legalization of cannabis (Bill C-45, the Cannabis Act), vaping, harm reduction, violence against women, and more. NEW! Balanced coverage of mental health care addresses a variety of workplace settings. NEW! Critical Thinking Questions are included at the end of each chapter, allowing students to apply concepts to practice.

Conference Proceedings International Reading Association

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Early Childhood Curriculum

Author: Sue Clark Wortham
Editor: Prentice Hall
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This book uses the most current interpretations and applications of classic theories as a basis for understanding how to develop early childhood curriculum and instruction for children ages 0-8. The author stresses the need for readers to understand the foundations of their programs prior to developing and using quality curriculum and teaching. Known for its solid theoretical focus and child-centered approach, it serves as a specific guide to implement a quality program in early childhood classrooms. The Changing Role of the Teacher in Developing Curriculum for Diverse Populations; Historical and Theoretical Bases for Appropriate Programs in Early Childhood Settings; The Need for Quality Programs in Early Childhood Education; Developmental Characteristics of Young Children from Birth to Eight Years: Implications for Learning; Organizing Infant-Toddler Programs; Infant-Toddler Curriculum: Birth to Age Two; A Developmental Model for Preschool Programs; Preschool Curriculum: Ages Three to Five: Language and Cognitive Development; Preschool Curriculum: Ages Three to Five: Social and Physical Development; A Model for Programs for Children Ages Five to Eight; The Transitional Curriculum: Ages Five to Eight: Language Arts, Mathematics, and Science; The Transitional Curriculum: Ages Five to Eight: Social Studies and Physical Education; Teaching in the Real World.

Linguistics And Language Behavior Abstracts

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Early Years

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Integrating College Study Skills

Author: Peter Elias Sotiriou
Editor: Wadsworth Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780534572969
File Size: 39,24 MB
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This successful text shows students how to use study strategies by integrating their reading, writing, and listening skills. Through a balance of discussion and carefully sequenced exercises, Sotiriou coves basic college survival skills and progresses to specific strategies for studying, reading, note taking, and exam taking. Integrating College Study Skills is more sophisticated than many books on the market because it doesn't look or read like a workbook. It delves deeper into the understanding and application of basic learning strategies, more so than other study skills books, by guiding the student to use reasoning when studying.

Early Childhood Report

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Exceptional Child Education Resources

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Neurology In Clinical Practice

Author: W. G. Bradley
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ISBN: 9780750675253
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Maternal Child Nursing

Author: Emily Slone McKinney
Editor: W B Saunders Company
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This text brings together the information needed for both the maternity and pediatrics portions of the RN curriculum. Designed for programs that teach this content in an abbreviated time period, and authored by expert educators in both arenas, this text provides a consistent level of depth and a well-illustrated, highly visual presentation. (Includes a FREE online Study Guide and SIMON website at:www.harcourthealth.com/SIMON/McKinney/mat-ch/)

Encyclopedia Of Infant And Early Childhood Development R Z Index

Author: Janette B. Benson
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This reference work provides a comprehensive entry point to the existing literature on child development from the fields of psychology, genetics, neuroscience, and sociology. Although some medical information is included, the emphasis is on normal growth and is primarily from a psychological perspective.