Integrated Curriculum and Developmentally Appropiate Pratice: Birth to Age Eight / Edition 1

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Combines research and practice on integrated developmentally appropriate curriculum that helps theorists, researchers, parents, and teachers understand how to match early childhood teaching practices to the integrated manner that young children naturally think and learn.
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Table of Contents

List of Figures

List of Tables

Foreword
Sue Bredekamp

1. Integrated Developmentally Appropriate Curriculum: From Theory and Research to Practice
Craig H. Hart, Diane C. Burts, Rosalind Charlesworth

2. How Children Develop and Why It Matters: The Foundation for the Developmentally Appropriate Integrated Early Childhood Curriculum
Suzanne Lowell Krogh

Part One. Integrating across Curriculum Areas

3. Mathematics in the Developmentally Appropriate Integrated Curriculum
Rosalind Charlesworth

4. Science in the Developmentally Appropriate Integrated Curriculum
Karen K. Lind

5. Music in the Developmentally Appropriate Integrated Curriculum
Susan H. Kenney

6. Physical Education in the Developmentally Appropriate Integrated Curriculum
V. Gregory Payne, Judith E. Rink

7. Social Studies in the Developmentally Appropriate Integrated Curriculum
Carol Seefeldt

8. Visual Arts in the Developmentally Appropriate Integrated Curriculum
Cynthia Colbert

9. Integrating Literacy Learning for Young Children: A Balanced Literacy Perspective
D. Ray Reutzel

Part Two. Selected Topics and Special Issues

10. Social Development and Behavior in the Integrated Curriculum
Michele Dewolf, Joan Benedict

11. Developmentally Appropriate Guidance and the Integrated Curriculum
Marion C. Hyson, Shawn L. Christiansen

12. Assessment in an Integrated Curriculum
Pamela O. Fleege

13. The Integrated Curriculum and Students with Disabilities
Donna E. Dugger-Wadsworth

14. Diversity and the Multicultural Perspective
Andrew J. Stremmel

15. Integrating Home and School: Building a Partnership
Jean M. Larsen, Julie H. Haupt

16. Informing Parents, Administrators, and Teachers about Developmentally Appropriate Practices
Julie H. Haupt, Margaret F. Ostlund

Contributors

Author Index

Subject Index

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