Successful and effective preschool teachers use creative, engaging approaches to support the development and learning of every child in the classroom.
The highly relevant and practical articles in this volume, drawn from recent issues of NAEYC's journal Young Children, offer research-based, developmentally appropriate strategies that preschool teachers can use or adapt for their work with young children and families. Each article celebrates and informs the work of preschool teachers.
Individual study guides include questions and activities that invite reflection and build on the content of each article. Readers can use the study guides on their own or with colleagues or fellow students. Teacher educators and staff development specialists will find the study guides useful tools for facilitating learning.
This volume is part of NAEYC's best-selling Spotlight series--great resources for the college classroom and for staff development.
About the Author
Derry Koralek, chief publishing officer of NAEYC, oversees the development of all print and digital publishing, including books, brochures, periodicals, professional development guides, posters, and websites for educators and families. Derry is editor in chief of Young Children and TYC--Teaching Young Children.