7 edition of Pathways to Competence found in the catalog.
May 15, 2002
by Brookes Publishing Company
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||582|
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A trusted core textbook since the popular first edition was published in , Pathways to Competence has been fully updated to reflect six years of tremendous advances in research. Highly respected expert Sarah Landy, a year veteran of the early intervention field, guides future professionals through the nine most important domains of social and emotional development in children from birth. Highly readable and meticulously researched, Pathways to Competence is the one book every early childhood professional needs to help ensure a lifetime of social-emotional health for all the children they work with. Specifications. Age Range: 0 - 6 Years. Publisher: Brookes Publishing. Book Brand: Sarah Landy; Joy Osofsky.
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This product is print on demand. Contents About the Authors For the Pathways to Competence book Acknowledgments Section I What to Know Before Starting a Pathways to Competence for Young Children Parenting Program Chapter 1 Introduction and Overview Chapter 2 Underlying Theoretical Constructs Chapter 3 Program Objectives, Approaches, and Strategies Chapter 4 Effectiveness of the Program Chapter 5 Setting Up a Pathways to Competence for Young.
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Cognitive, clinical, developmental, and social psychologists will find real treasures in these chapters, and the study of competence will be greatly advanced by the compilation of these writings."—Stephen J.
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Teachers. 4 Underlying Principles. 1. Teacher Reflection. A) Reflect on how teachers’ individual values, beliefs, and practices regarding children’s learning are influenced by aspects of their own personal culture and linguistic experience.