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Reframing The Emotional Worlds Of The Early Childhood Classroom

Author : Samara Madrid
ISBN : 9781135051662
Genre : EDUCATION
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This volume examines the emotional world of the early childhood classroom as it affects young children (whose emotional wellbeing is crucial to successful learning), educators (for whom teaching is never a solely cognitive act), parents, and administrators. In a culture where issues such as bullying and teacher burnout comprise major challenges to student success, this book brings together diverse voices (researchers, practitioners, children, and parents) and multiple perspectives (theoretical and personal) to refocus attention on the pivotal role of emotion in schools. To do so, editors Samara Madrid, David Fernie, and Rebecca Kantor envision emotion as a dynamic, fluid, and negotiated construct, performed and produced in the daily lives of children and adults alike. A nuanced yet cohesive analysis, Reframing the Emotional Worlds of the Early Childhood Classroom thus presents a challenge to the overriding concern with quantifiable classroom achievement that increasingly threatens to push the emotional lives of classroom participants to the margins of educational and public discourse.

Social And Emotional Prevention And Intervention Programming For Preschoolers

Author : Susanne A. Denham
ISBN : 9781461500551
Genre : Psychology
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- Theoretical foundations, explanations and practical guides for implementation of social and emotional programming in early childhood settings - Review of all extant programming for both in-class and parenting applications to further social and emotional development during early childhood - Chapters presenting the major components of emotional competence are followed directly by another chapter detailing applications, or "lessons from the field."

Early Childhood Education Birth 8

Author : Amy Driscoll
ISBN : 0205536042
Genre : Education
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Through case studies, theory and journal reflection activities, students learn to integrate new concepts and best practices for young children with their own experiences.

Reframing The Path To School Leadership

Author : Lee G. Bolman
ISBN : 9781412978194
Genre : Education
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This second edition of the bestseller helps teachers and principals reframe challenges and expand leadership potential by using four defining lenses: political, human resources, structural, and symbolic.

Leading Anti Bias Early Childhood Programs

Author : Louise Derman-Sparks
ISBN : 9780807755983
Genre : Education
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The Emotional Development Of Young Children

Author : Marilou Hyson
ISBN : 0807743429
Genre : Education
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Marylou Hyson provides educators with real-life examples and evidence-based teaching strategies to advance children's understanding and appropriate expression of their emotions.

Intelligence Reframed

Author : Howard Gardner
ISBN : UOM:39015047738185
Genre : Education
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The Harvard psychologist who authored Frames of Mind in 1983 continues his work on multiple intelligences, offering new theories on the origins of creativity, leadership, and moral thought.

Theories Of Counseling And Psychotherapy

Author : Elsie Jones-Smith
ISBN : 9781483305363
Genre : Psychology
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This text offers an extensive array of theories, including all the mainstream approaches as well as contemporary ones such as narrative, feminist, and post-modern. The author provides an integrative framework that allows students to assess the various theories with respect to possible clinical application. By comparing and contrasting the theories, as well as analyzing strengths and weaknesses of each, students will learn to apply them more flexibly in practice. The book is divided into four major theoretical forces in psychotherapy and introductory sections are provided to help students place a particular theory within a major theoretical period. The four theoretical forces discussed are: (1) psychoanalytical and psychodynamic; (2) behavioral and cognitive school(s); (3) existentialism and humanism; and (4) social constructivism school of psychotherapy. The author discusses social constructivism and then describes at least five theoretical approaches within this theoretical force--solution-focused therapy, narrative therapy, strengths-based therapy, and so on.

Urban Education

Author : Joe L. Kincheloe
ISBN : UOM:39015070736296
Genre : Education
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Maintaining that urban teaching and learning is characterized by numerous contradictions, this book proposes that there is a wide range of social, cultural, psychological, and pedagogical knowledge that urban educators must possess in order to engage in effective and transformative practice. It is necessary for teachers in urban schools to be scholar-practitioners, as opposed to bureaucrats who only follow rather than analyze, understand, and create. Ten major sections cover the myriad issues of urban education as it exists today: context of urban education, race and ethnicity, social justice, teaching and pedagogy, power and urban education, language issues, cultural issues of urban schools as seen in the media, research in city schools, aesthetics and the proximity of cultural institutions, and education policy. Sixty one essays written by specialists in teacher education; public policy; sociology; psychology; applied linguistics; forestry; urban studies; school administration; cultural studies; evaluation; and linguistics, provide a blueprint for scholars, teachers, parents, urban politicians, school administrators, policy professionals, and others seeking to understand the situation of urban schools across America today.

Reframing The Path To School Leadership

Author : Lee G. Bolman
ISBN : 0761946063
Genre : Business & Economics
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The best leaders use multiple frames to view common challenges and to solve the most difficult problems. A series of dialogues between a novice and a master teacher and between a new and a seasoned principal demonstrate how framing-and then reframing-challenges brings clarity.

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