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Jan Jewett, Washington State University-Vancover
"This text benefits from focused coverage on explaining specific, key areas of development knowledgeably and engagingly. Further, it provides many valuable, developmentally appropriate and well researched strategies for supporting healthy progress in practical, manageable terms.
I would consider adopting this text as a second reference for my advanced seminar--because it so clearly allows the reader to work through the basic foundations and principles of E.C.E. through the lens of observational assessment and to apply this knowledge in specific ways that benefit the growth of each individual child. I found it engaging, highly readable, and very practical and useful."
Louise Vlasic, Everett Community College
"The writing style is user friendly for the community college population for whom I teach. Students generally like this text and retain it for future reference."
Carol Dixon Sammis, Tompkins Cortland Community College
"I see the key strength of this project to be the use of the Child Skills Checklist as the collection tool of data."