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543581 (Softbound)
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The intersection of design and learning is a new and burgeoning area of interest in all levels of education. Pedagogy and Space combines architectural design information with early childhood theory to enhance children's learning and educators' experience within the space. Filled with colorful, inspiring photographs of intentionally designed spaces, you will get many ideas that can be applied to your own classroom-without needing to start from scratch or spend a lot of money. Based on the groundbreaking architectural work A Pattern Language: Towns, Buildings, Construction, this new resource provides an overview of important design patterns in early childhood environments. Use this book to guide changes in your space that will immediately benefit your interactions with children and improve the quality of your time together!

120 pages

Author Linda Zane took the time to talk with us about her road to teaching children, writing Pedagogy and Space, and what inspires her to keep going. Click here to read her Author Spotlight interview.

About Linda M. Zane, EdD

Linda M. Zane, EdD, is associate professor of early childhood education at Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania. Prior to this position, she was assistant professor at Slippery Rock University more..


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