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Understand the Stages of Child Development
AGES & STAGES OF
Help students identify
the characteristics of
social, and moral. This
also suggests ways you
can facilitate healthy
development in newborns, infants, toddlers, preschoolers,
and school-age children. More than 30 slides and copy-ready
handouts, both Mac- and Windows-compatible, are included.
STEPS AND STAGES
A Caregiver’s Guide to
Learn what to expect of a baby’s progress
in the fi rst year of life. This DVD provides
essential information on developmental
milestones and includes information on
the importance of communication and
recognizing cognitive and motor develop-
ment. National standards, as well as those
of the National Coalition for Family and
Consumer Sciences Education, are ad-
dressed. DVD, 20 min. Closed-Captioned.
Review 100 years of child
development and parenting
theories. This PowerPoint
presentation includes Erikson,
Maslow, Brazelton, Montessori,
Kohlberg, and other theorists.
The 30+ slides and copy-ready
handouts are both Mac- and
THEORIES OF DEVELOPMENT I
Developmental theorists Piaget, Freud, Erikson,
Gesell, Skinner, and Vygotsky, are included
in this overview of theories in action. DVD,
27 min. Closed-Captioned.
SO THIS IS
Issues in Young
to respond to
sixteen diffi cult
Softbound, 144 pgs.
CULTURE AND CHILD
Practices for Quality
Education and Care
Learn why quality needs to be and can
be measured in culturally-specifi c ways
and how to successfully adapt child
development guidelines within cultural
contexts. Early childhood education
programs are expected to provide
exemplary care for all children while also adapting care to include
children’s families and cultures. Softbound, 224 pgs.
Edited by Denise H.
Daniels & Patricia H.
Learn how current research and
theory from educational psychology
can be applied to create child-
centered learning environments and
developmentally appropriate practices.
Age focus: PreK–Grade 3. Softbound,