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Cultivate your creative, critical,
and reflective thinking skills
NEW! The latest from Deb Curtis, Margie Carter,
Wendy C.M. Cividanes, and Debbie Lebo
Reflective teaching—a continuous cycle of observing,
documenting, and planning—supports children’s learning
and strengthens your teaching skills. This professional
development workbook will cultivate your creative, critical,
and reflecting thinking skills through ten study sessions.
Each session includes guided activities that focus on topics
related to understanding the value and key elements of
reflective teaching. Softbound, 80 pgs.
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PUB Available May 2013.
LEAF Create a richer learning environment and plan intentionally
to help exceptionally bright children reach their full potential.
This book combines three strategies—differentiation,
conversation, and connection—and provides techniques to
help you identify and assess exceptionally bright children. It
also includes ideas to change the pace, level, or method of your
teaching in response to the individual needs of children, as
well as social and emotional support strategies and guidance
for working with families. Age focus: 3–5. Softbound, 160 pgs.
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in Early Childhood Classrooms
PUB NEW! Support early readers, advanced
mathematicians, and young scientists
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