Teaching and Learning With Digital Photography: Tips and Tools for Early Childhood Classrooms / Edition 1

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Overview

This all-in-one guide offers early childhood educators concrete examples for integrating digital photography into teaching and assessment and includes a CD-ROM with user-friendly forms and templates.

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Editorial Reviews

Carrie Carpenter
"The incredible collection of templates in this book makes it worth every penny. Why reinvent the wheel when the digital camera can make your classroom revolutionary? I don’t know how the author could have packed more pertinent information into a book.”
Dan Gartrell
“Linda Good guides the reader every step of the way, from showing how digital photography fits into developmentally appropriate practice, to how to use the technology to teach andassess studentsand increase family involvement. The book is a real contribution to an important facet of early childhood education in the new century.”
Sally Nault-Maurer
"The suggestions offer many opportunities to build on and strengthen our efforts toward increasing early literacy skills and encouraging home-school connections and parent involvement. I highly recommend this book to any early educator who wants to add a new dimension to learning. "
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781412960762
  • Publisher: Corwin Press
  • Publication date: 7/30/2008
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 248
  • Sales rank: 1,258,348
  • Product dimensions: 6.90 (w) x 9.90 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Linda Good is currently a professor of early childhood education at Minnesota State University, Mankato, where she serves as the coordinator of the Early Childhood Education Program. Previous to her present position, she was an associate professor at South Dakota State University and an assistant professor at the University of South Dakota. Prior to working full time in higher education, she served many roles in the early childhood profession. She was a coordinator of early childhood family education, a long-term substitute home-based teacher for Head Start, and a teacher of young children with special needs.

Good is very involved in local, state, and regional early childhood organizations and has served as president of the South Dakota Association for the Education of Young Children, been an active board member of both the South Dakota and Minnesota Associations for the Education of Young Children, and served as the Midwest council representative from both South Dakota and Minnesota with the Midwest Association for the Education of Young Children. She is affiliated with the National Association for the Education of Young Children, Association of Childhood Education International, and the National Association of Early Childhood Teacher Educators. She presents locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally. She has authored several articles and one other book. Good received her Ph D from the University of Minnesota in 1990.

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Table of Contents

Pt. I The Rationale for Integrating Digital Photography into Early Childhood Education Practices 1

1 Rhyme and Reasons 3

Pt. II Lights, Camera, Action: Getting Started with Digital Photography in Your Classroom 21

2 One for the Money: Hardware, Software, and Consumables Linda Good Good, Linda John Solis Solis, John 23

3 Two for the Show: Permission to Photograph Children 42

4 Three to Get Ready: General Photography Tips 46

5 Four to Go: Record Keeping and Organization 49

6 Getting to the Point ... PowerPoint, That Is 57

Pt. III Integrating Digital Images in PreK to Primary Classrooms 81

7 Photos as Aids to Classroom Management 83

8 Using Photos to Promote Self-Concept, Belongingness, and Security 93

9 Using Photos to Promote Language and Literacy 102

10 Using Photos to Create Curriculum Materials 125

Pt. IV Using Digital Images to Communicate with Parents and Other Professionals 145

11 A Picture's Worth a Thousand Words: Using Digital Photos to Communicate With Parents 147

12 Picturing Growth and Development: Reporting Through Digital Images in a Photographic Portfolio 165

Pt. V Other Uses for Digital Images in Early Education 187

13 Other Uses for Digital Images With Children, Families, and Staff 189

Glossary 208

List of Forms on the CD 213

List of Templates on the CD 214

URLs Cited by Chapter 216

References 219

Index 223

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