By Melissa M. Jozwiak,Betsy J. Cahill,Rachel Theilheimer
“Offers wish via its wealthy and considerable examples of academics, mom and dad, and others who deal with young ones mindfully taking the time to handle problems with continuity in daily life.”
—From the Foreword via Beth Blue Swadener, Arizona country University
“After interpreting this e-book, it isn't attainable to consider those principles simplistically again.”
—Virginia Casper, financial institution highway collage of Education
“This exam provides voice to an incredible yet frequently unexamined factor in early early life education.”
—Christopher P. Brown, The college of Texas at Austin
Children’s reviews once they transition from domestic to varsity, from lecture room to school room, and from tuition to varsity increase problems with continuity that permeate each point of early adolescence schooling. This publication makes use of practitioner tales to enquire ideals approximately continuity and discontinuity and the way those ideals are enacted in contexts for kids from start to age eight. The authors learn quite a number continuities and discontinuities, together with the reviews young children, academics, and households have with courses; the interactions among households and colleges; and the ways that courses and colleges relate to each other. additionally they bring up questions on fundamental caregiving, cultural responsiveness, review practices, and congruity among associations. Discussions of every tale comprise the authors’ interpretations, references to appropriate thought, questions for mirrored image, and implications for intentional and considerate practice.
- Represents the 1st accomplished quantity to unpack the advanced subject of continuity.
- Provides a severe research of continuity in response to genuine tales from practitioners and parents.
- Illuminates the paintings of early adolescence educators at the person, crew, organizational, and platforms levels.
- Encourages readers to scrupulously give some thought to their roles as educators of younger children.