The SAGE Encyclopedia of Contemporary Early Childhood Education, 1st Edition

  • Donna Couchenour Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania
  • J. Kent Chrisman
  • Published By: SAGE
  • ISBN-10: 1483340341
  • ISBN-13: 9781483340340
  • DDC: 372.21
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 1504 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2016 | Published/Released October 2016
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2016

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About

Overview

This reference presents in three comprehensive volumes advanced research, accurate practical applications of research, historical foundations and key facts from the field of contemporary early childhood education. Through approximately 450 entries, this work discusses all areas of child development including physical, cognitive, language, social, emotional and aesthetic development.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Editorial Board.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Other Frontmatter.
List of Entries.
Reader's Guide.
About the Editors.
Contributors.
Introduction.
1: Abecedarian Project.
2: Academics and Academic Assessment in Early Education.
3: Accessibility.
4: Accommodations and Adaptations.
5: Accommodations for Assessment.
6: Accountability in Early Care and Education.
7: Accreditation.
8: Acquisition of Reading and Writing.
9: Adoption.
10: Affordability.
11: Aggression.
12: Alliance for Childhood.
13: Americans with Disabilities Act.
14: Anti-Bias Education, Components of.
15: Anti-Bias Education Theory.
16: Approaches to Early Mathematics Instruction.
17: Approaches to Learning.
18: Art.
19: Arts Integration.
20: Assessing Children for Disabilities.
21: Assessment, Limitations of.
22: Assessment of Play.
23: Assistive Technology in Early Intervention.
24: At-Risk Families.
25: Attachment and Stress.
26: Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.
27: Atypical Development.
28: Authentic Assessment.
29: Autism Spectrum Disorder.
30: Autonomy.
31: Bank Street.
32: Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development.
33: Behavior Disorders.
34: Behavioral Theory.
35: Bias.
36: Bilingual Families.
37: Bioecological Theory.
38: Black Boys, Early Childhood Education and.
39: Blended Families.
40: Brain Development.
41: Breastfeeding.
42: BUILD Initiative.
43: Business Partnerships.
44: Caring.
45: Caring Communities.
46: Center for Applied Research.
47: Center-Based Care.
48: Challenging and Supportive Climates.
49: Challenging Behavior.
50: Checklists and Rating Scales.
51: Child Abuse Prevention.
52: Child Care.
53: Child Care Assistance and Child Development.
54: Child Care Policy and Practice.
55: Child Care Quality and Young Children's Behavior.
56: Child Development and Early Childhood Education.
57: Child Development Laboratory Schools.
58: Child Observation Record.
59: Child-Initiated Learning.
60: Child-Initiated Play.
61: Child-Parent Centers.
62: Children's Cubbies.
63: Children's Literature.
64: Children's Writing.
65: Chronic Illness.
66: Classroom Assessment Scoring System.
67: Classroom Processes.
68: Clinical Experiences.
69: Close Observation of Children Leads to Powerful Curriculum: Sylvia Ashton-Warner.
70: Coaching.
71: Cognitive Developmental Theory.
72: Cohabitation.
73: Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning.
74: Comer Schools.
75: Commercialism.
76: Common Core State Standards.
77: Communication Disabilities.
78: Community Partnerships.
79: Community Schools.
80: Community-University Partnerships.
81: Comprehension.
82: Conceptual Framework for Teacher Preparation Programs.
83: Conflict Management.
84: Congruence.
85: Constructivism.
86: Constructivist Curriculum.
87: Content Knowledge.
88: Convergent and Divergent Thinking.
89: Cooperating Teachers.
90: Cooperative Learning.
91: Coparenting.
92: Creative Curriculum, The.
93: Creativity.
94: Crime, Early Childhood Education and.
95: Critical Theory.
96: Cultural and Linguistic Responsiveness.
97: Cultural Competence.
98: Cultural Diversity.
99: Cultural Variations in Play.
100: Curiosity.
101: Curriculum and Early Childhood Education.
102: Data-Based Child Advocacy.
103: Defining Early Childhood Education.
104: Deployment and Parenting.
105: Determinants of Child Development.
106: Development of Prejudice.
107: Developmental Assessment.
108: Developmental Disabilities.
109: Developmental Screening Instruments.
110: Developmentally Appropriate Practice.
111: Differentiated Instruction and Assessment.
112: Differentiation.
113: Difficult Temperaments, Children With.
114: Direct Instruction.
115: Diversity in Early Childhood Education.
116: Division for Early Childhood.
117: Documentation.
118: Dual Language Learners.
119: Dual Language Learners, Strategies for.
120: Dual Language Learners and Critical Thinking Strategies.
121: Dual Language Learners and The Development of Self-Regulation.

Meet the Author

Author Bio

Donna Couchenour

Donna Couchenour is a Professor of Early Childhood Education in the Teacher Education Department at Shippensburg University. A member of the NAEYC Professional Development Panel, she received her Ph.D. in Human Development and Family Studies from Ohio State.