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EMERGENT CURRICULUM IN EARLY CHILDHOOD SETTINGS
From Theory to Practice
The emergent curriculum philosophy unites children’s budding interest with the educational framework
you construct based on your professional training and experience. This book takes an in-depth look at
emergent curriculum’s components and how they can improve the learning culture in early childhood
programs. It also includes information on how to observe, refl ect, interpret, document, and plan long-term
projects. Softbound, 184 pgs.
THE UNSCRIPTED CLASSROOM
Emergent Curriculum in Action
Use creativity and fl exibility as you respond to classroom challenges and children’s
emerging interests. Filled with case studies and stories from real toddler and preschool
teachers about experiences in their own classrooms, The Unscripted Classroom provides
inspiration to help you step out of your usual teaching scripts and try something new.
A review of the emergent curriculum philosophy is included, as well as an examination
of the many ways creativity in teaching benefi ts children. Age focus: 2–5. Softbound,
LIVING LIKE A CHILD
Learn, Live, and Teach Creatively
Enrique C. Feldman
Promote children’s creativity, growth, and learning when you see life from their
perspective. With teaching techniques, breathing and relaxation exercises, classroom
music ideas, and affi rmation activities, Living Like a Child provides inspiration
to make stronger connections with children. This handbook addresses the
development of self, the many components of growth, and guides the journey to
help children reach their full potential. Softbound, 200 pgs. Available May, 2011.
THE UNSCRIPTED CLASSROOM AND EMERGENT CURRICULUM
IN EARLY CHILDHOOD SETTINGS SET
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“While the scope of this book is broad, it is really very simple: I will take
you on a journey that explores how to guide children so that their growth
parallels their potential. No matter what stage of life you are in, this book will
help you challenge yourself to be the best guide for children you can be.”
“When a teacher steps out of his or her comfort zone, a window opens.
By expanding upon our prior knowledge and thinking creatively, we can
attempt original responses or new approaches.”