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Overview

A purposeful book of tips, reflections, and quotes, this guide is based upon anecdotal observations of educators with years of resourceful experiences to share with others in the teaching profession. Throughout the book are statements from well-known educators and early childhood developmentalists including Piaget and Montessori which give emphasis to primary goals of teaching young children. Also serving as a focus for the book are Seven Guiding Principles that are oriented towards early childhood education. These principles provide educators with unassuming appraisals for defining awarenesses, simplifying, and organizing their lives with respect to issues of education, time management, and relationships with children, parents, and faculty. Enjoyable to read and beautifully illustrated, this book is an inspiration to educators, and enables a sense of camaraderie between all those who seek to keep the joy of teaching young children a satisfying life experience.

Karen Levine, A husband/wife team that has written professional books working with many industry professionals.

Karen Levine and Alan Gelb are a husband/wife team who write many professional and consumer works. They work in conjunction with an industry professional. Their Survival Guides have been highly successful.
  • · Analyze your priorities and learn how to maximize progress by letting go off abstract standards and distractions
  • · Benefit from the experiences and know-how of other educators in early childhood
  • · Get hundreds of practical tips to take control of time, energy, attitude, and resources
  • · Learn how to simplify and organize your schedule, classroom, and activities to optimize your teaching effectiveness
Chapter 1: Discovering Child Care.
Chapter 2: Staying on Track.
Chapter 3: Parting is Such Sweet Sorrow.
Chapter 4: Food, Sleep, and Safety--The Basics.
Chapter 5: Artists and Builders.
Chapter 6: By the Book.
Chapter 7: The Learning Curve.
Chapter 8: Getting Along and Staying Well.
Chapter 9: Shake, Rattle, and Roll.
Chapter 10: That's Entertainment.
Chapter 11: People Who Need People.
Chapter 12: Creating Your Own Environment.
Chapter 13: Battling Burnout.