Product Code:
545066 (Softbound)
978-1-60554-506-6 (Softbound)
Age Focus: 0–8
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Published by Redleaf Press

Your must-have guide to working with young children experiencing disruptive change

Every day, many children have to cope with complicated and disruptive situations, and your classroom can become the most stable environment in their young lives. This resource uses case studies to illustrate what disruptive change can look like, and it covers a variety of types of disruptive change, including homelessness, incarceration, multiple parent relationships, and more.

Learn how to address disruptive changes with an extensive toolbox of activities, ideas, and resources to help you find the best practical approach for each child. Address different types of disruptive change with professionalism, and employ proven strategies to affect the direction of young children’s lives in a positive way.

145 pages

About Jane Humphries, EdD

Dr. Jane Humphries has decades of experience in early childhood education, including being a child care director of a program directly impacted by the Oklahoma City bombing. She holds a masters more..

About Kari Rains

Kari Rains holds a masters degree in child development from Oklahoma State University and has over a decade of clinical work in the early intervention program in Oklahoma. She has served as an more..