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In Einstein Never Used Flashcards highly credentialed child psychologists, Kathy Hirsh-Pasek, Ph.D., and Roberta Michnick Golinkoff, Ph.D., with Diane Eyer, Ph.D., offer a compelling indictment of the growing trend toward accelerated learning. It's a message that stressed-out parents are craving to hear: Letting tots learn through play is not only okay-it's better than drilling academics!
Drawing on overwhelming scientific evidence from their own studies and the collective research results of child development experts, and addressing the key areas of development-math, reading, verbal communication, science, self-awareness, and social skills-the authors explain the process of learning from a child's point of view. They then offer parents 40 age-appropriate games for creative play. These simple, fun--yet powerful exercises work as well or better than expensive high-tech gadgets to teach a child what his ever-active, playful mind is craving to learn.
|Publisher:||Rodale Press, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||5.95(w) x 8.92(h) x 0.84(d)|
About the Author
Kathy Hirsh Pasek, Ph.D., is a professor in the psychology department at Temple University, where she directs the Infant Language Laboratory and participated in one of the nation's largest studies of the effects of childcare. She also composes and performs children's music. She currently lives in Ardmore, PA.
Roberta Michnick Golinkoff, Ph.D., directs the Infant Language Project at the University of Delaware, where she holds a joint appointment with the departments of linguistics and psychology. Together, she and Dr. Hirsch-Pasek were featured on the PBS Human Language series and are the authors of How Babies Talk. She currently resides in Wilmington, Delaware
Diane Eyer, Ph.D., is a member of the psychology department at Temple University and is the author of Motherguilt and Mother-Infant Bonding. She resides in Bucks County, PA.
Table of Contents
|Chapter 1||The Plight of the Modern Parent||1|
|Chapter 2||Brainchild: How Babies Are Wired to Learn||16|
|Chapter 3||Playing the Numbers: How Children Learn about Quantity||38|
|Chapter 4||Language: The Power of Babble||60|
|Chapter 5||Literacy: Reading between the Lines||97|
|Chapter 6||Welcome to Lake Wobegon: The Quest to Define Intelligence||126|
|Chapter 7||Who Am I? Developing a Sense of Self||152|
|Chapter 8||Getting to Know You: How Children Develop Social Intelligence||181|
|Chapter 9||Play: The Crucible of Learning||205|
|Chapter 10||The New Formula for Exceptional Parenting||244|