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Our Inquiry, Our Practice: Undertaking, Supporting, and Learning From Early Childhood Teacher Research(ers)

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Through teacher research, teachers engage in the systematic study of their own practice to answer questions they have about teaching and learning, and their own effectiveness. This book explores

  • What teacher research in early childhood settings looks like
  • Why it is important to the field of early childhood education 
  • How teacher educators can support it

Including articles from NAEYC’s Voices of Practitioners online journal, Our Inquiry, Our Practice offers a theoretical framework as well as lively accounts of teacher research in action. 

Basics of Standards: A Primer for Early Childhood Educators

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Dual Language Learners in the Early Childhood Classroom

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This comprehensive research volume will enhance the school readiness of young dual language learners. Providing invaluable insights needed to identify and strengthen factors that contribute to the development of English language proficiency and ensure a culturally responsive classroom environment, policy makers and administrators will have the foundational knowledge they need to promote and measure the progress of children learning two languages. From Brookes Publishing.

The Early Childhood Coaching Handbook

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Coaching helps early childhood practitioners support other professionals and families as they enhance existing knowledge, develop new skills, and promote healthy development of young children. This hands-on guide directly addresses the real-world challenges of coaching and gives readers concrete guidance on successful strategies and interactions for skillful coaching in any setting—home, school, or community. From Brookes Publishing.

Understanding RTI in Mathematics: Proven Methods and Applications

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How should K–12 teachers use Response to Intervention to ensure high-quality math instruction and higher student achievement? Filled with vignettes, accessible summaries, and best-practice guidelines for making the most of RTI, readers will have the knowledge base they need to strengthen mathematics instruction. From Brookes Publishing.

Don't Leave the Story in the Book: Using Literature to Guide Inquiry in Early Childhood Classrooms

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Drawing from 30 years of teaching and professional development experience, the author offers a roadmap for using children’s literature to provide authentic learning. Featuring a “storyteller’s voice,” each chapter includes a case study about how a particular fiction or nonfiction work can be used in an early childhood classroom; a series of open-ended questions to help readers construct their own inquiry units; and a bibliography of children’s literature. From Teachers College Press.

The Play's the Thing: Teachers' Roles in Children's Play (2nd ed.)

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Responding to current debates on the place of play in schools, Jones and Reynolds explain how and why play is a critical part of children’s development, as well as the central role adults have to promote it. This classic textbook and popular practitioner resource offers systematic descriptions and analyses of the different roles a teacher adopts to support play, including those of stage manager, mediator, player, scribe, assessor, communicator, and planner. From Teachers College Press. 

Adding Math, Subtracting Tension: A Guide to Raising Children Who Can Do Math—Prekindergarten-Grade 2

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This book is intended to help parents develop a positive relationship with their child by offering approaches to math and including activities that make it a source of fun. Many family pastimes can build a child’s foundation in math while including it in a natural way. Introducing math at an early age can help children to explore mathematical ideas throughout their grade-school years. From NCTM. 

Spotlight on Young Children and Nature

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Nature exploration is fundamental to young children’s curiosity, discovery, and sense of wonder—it supports their growth in all developmental domains. In this collection of engaging articles from NAEYC’s journal Young Children, teachers of children from infancy through age 8 will learn about using nature education to address early learning standards, to involve families and the community, and to encourage children’s appreciation of the natural world. The book offers a comprehensive resource list and a professional development guide with questions and activities to help readers reflect on current practices and incorporate new ones.

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