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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE EDUCATION OF YOUNG CHILDREN

fall/winter 2012 resources Te a c h e r s m a k e t h e d i f f e r e n c e !

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The Pre–K Debates: Current Controversies and Issues See page 29

Powerful Interactions: How to Connect with Children to Extend Their Learning See page 28

Spotlight on Young Children & Nature See page 8

TRAINER’S MANUAL

Developmentally Appropriate Practice TRAINING PROGRAM for TEACHING STAFF

National Association for the Education of Young Children

Developmentally Appropriate Practice: Training of Trainers

Basics of Developmentally Appropriate Practice: An Introduction for Teachers of Infants & Toddlers See page 5

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Common Core State Standards NAEYC has the resources and supports you need to implement challenging and achievable standards that are developmentally appropriate and address each domain of children’s development and learning. Please contact us for more information at: commoncore@naeyc.org.

Become a part of NAEYC! NAEYC Members receive a wide array of benefits, all designed to support the important work of early childhood professionals. Different membership options tailor benefits to support professionals at different levels: Regular and Student—choice of print/online journals, the Members Only website, an Affiliate membership, and much more! Comprehensive—all the benefits of Regular membership, plus new publications as they are released throughout the year (a $150 value). Members also saveon all Books, DVD/Videos, Brochures, Posters, and Gifts in this catalog and the online store. 2

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fall&winter 2012 NAEYC is your professional association! Working nationally, internationally, and with our state and local Affiliates, NAEYC offers a network where those committed to effective teaching and learning for children birth through age 8 can come together, learn, and take action on behalf of children and their families. Our work is focused on strengthening the connections between research, policy, and practice. This Fall/Winter 2012 catalog contains new and bestselling professional books, multiple media, brochures, posters, and other resources. Be sure to check our online store often for additional resources, including new items we add throughout the year. As always, thank you for your continued and dedicated efforts to the early childhood profession. We are here to help make this year a successful one for you and your program.

Contents Developmentally Appropriate Practice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32

Spotlight on Young Children. . . . . 8

Ethics & Early Childhood . . . . . . . . . .34

CHILD DEVELOPMENT & LEARNING

Advocacy & Policy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35

Social & Emotional . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10

INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES

Learning Through Play . . . . . . . . . . . .12

Diversity & Anti-Bias . . . . . . . . . . . . .36

Challenging Behaviors . . . . . . . . . . . .14

Dual Language Learners & ELL . . . . .37

Infants & Toddlers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15

Inclusion & Special Needs . . . . . . . . .38

CURRICULUM & CONTENT AREAS

MULTIPLE MEDIA

Standards & Curriculum. . . . . . . . . . .16

DVDs & Videos. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39

Language & Literacy . . . . . . . . . . . . .18

Brochures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46

The Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20

Posters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48

Math. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21

Gifts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52

Science & Social Studies . . . . . . . . . .22

MY NAEYC

Health, Safety & Nutrition. . . . . . . . .24

Week of the Young Child . . . . . . . . . .30

EFFECTIVE TEACHING & PLANNING

Professional Development Series . . .54

Observation & Assessment . . . . . . . .26

Program Standards/Accreditation . .55

Family & Community Partnerships. .27

Annual Conference & Institute . . . . .56

Teaching & Instructional Practices . .28

Membership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57

The Learning Environment . . . . . . . .30

Periodicals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58

All proceeds from sales of our resources and services support NAEYC’s programs for you, the early childhood professional.

Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59 Order Instructions/Form . . . . . . . . . .62

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Developmentally Appropriate Practice in Early Childhood Programs Serving Children from Birth through Age 8 (3d ed.) Carol Copple & Sue Bredekamp, eds. The term developmentally appropriate practice has come to be used within the profession to describe the complex and rewarding work done by excellent early childhood educators. This important book provides critical support in understanding what children are like—and therefore what exemplary practice looks like—for Infants and Toddlers, the Preschool Years, the Kindergarten Year, and the Early Primary Grades. For each age group: a comprehensive overview of development and learning across all domains, highlighting some major implications for practice; and charts containing hundreds of concrete examples of exemplary practice, contrasted with practices that may serve children less well. Includes NAEYC’s position statement. Comes with a CD of readings, plus video of developmentally appropriate practice in action. Item #: 375

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ABOUT THE EDITORS Carol Copple is a highly respected early childhood education author, educator, and consultant. For 16 years, she directed the books program at NAEYC, including coauthoring and coediting several other NAEYC bestsellers. Previously, she had served on the faculty at Louisiana State University and the New School for Social Research. Sue Bredekamp is a renowned early childhood education advocate and educator. As a consultant on curriculum, teaching, and professional development, she works with national organizations such as NAEYC, the Council for Professional Recognition, and Head Start. During 2007–2009 she served on the Committee on Early Childhood Mathematics of the National Research Council, which produced the report Mathematics Learning in Early Childhood.

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ation of young children

Explore the research on child development, learning, and educational effectiveness Learn about all areas of development: physical, social & emotional, cognitive (including mathematical understanding), and language & literacy Study the developmental trajectory from infants and toddlers through the early primary grades

Basics Developmentally appropriate practice is so fundamental to the early childhood field that all new educators need a sound grasp from the start. While DAP’s basic concepts aren’t difficult or arcane, they can be understood wrongly or incompletely—and often are! These engaging books describe the core concepts and make them meaningful to everyday practice for teachers of infants and toddlers, preschoolers, or kindergartners.

Titles in this series: Basics of Developmentally Appropriate Practice:

An Introduction for Teachers of Infants & Toddlers Carol Copple & Sue Bredekamp, with Janet Gonzalez-Mena Item #: 324

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Basics of Developmentally Appropriate Practice:

An Introduction for Teachers of Children 3 to 6 Carol Copple & Sue Bredekamp Item #: 259

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An Introduction for Teachers of Kindergartners Item #: 327

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Looking at the Basics of Developmentally Appropriate Practice (DVD) A great ďŹ t with the Basics book (#259) and versatile enough to be shown as part of any beginner level discussion of DAP. Some instructors will want to show it when learners are using Developmentally Appropriate Practice (#375) or other texts. Children ages 3â&#x20AC;&#x201C;6 are the focus. 41 min. Item #: 861 ,ISTs-EMBER

The New Developmentally Appropriate Practice (DVD-ROM)* An excellent overview for newcomers, and a prompt for reďŹ&#x201A;ection on DAPâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s history and future for veterans. Produced in 2009 to introduce the latest version of DAP to the ďŹ eld. Includes interviews with NAEYC leadership and early childhood experts; classroom scenes of DAP in action with children, infants through primary age; and NAEYCâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 2009 webcasts Responses to Questions You Asked about DAP. Also included are â&#x20AC;&#x153;ReďŹ&#x201A;ection Questionsâ&#x20AC;? (pdf) and â&#x20AC;&#x153;DAP Resourcesâ&#x20AC;? (pdf), which hyperlinks to other DAP-related web resources. 52 min. Item #: 8034 ,ISTs-EMBER

Developmentally Appropriate Practice: A Focus on Intentionality and on Play (DVD-ROM)* Features the video segments from two of NAEYCâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s online programs. Includes interviews with practitioners and other experts in the ďŹ eld, as well as classroom scenes of DAP in action with children, infants through primary age. Designed as a resource for group training sessions and courses on DAP. Handouts (pdf) for each program highlight its key messages.

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Position Statementâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Developmentally Appropriate Practice (booklet) Because teachers, advocates, parents, and faculty asked for a stand-alone version of the 2009 position statement to give to principals, school board members, and other decision makers, it is now available as a 36-page booklet. Item #: 3759 ,ISTs-EMBER

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Spotlight on Young Children Research-based content from NAEYC’s journal Young Children series editor Derry Koralek

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FKLOGGHYHORSPHQW OHDUQLQJ Social & Emotional Development Mind in the Making: The Seven Essential Life Skills Every Child Needs Ellen Galinsky For Mind in the Making $=HEJOGUEJ?KNLKN=PAOPDAĹ&#x201A;J@EJCOKBKQPstanding researchers in child development and neuroscience for the â&#x20AC;&#x153;essential life skillsâ&#x20AC;? children need to cope with modern life and achieve their full potential. Galinsky describes strategies for teachers in their classroomsâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;and for families at homeâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;to foster these critical cognitive and social-emotional skills. This special NAEYC edition includes a downloadable Study Guide. From Harper. Item #: 323

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Essential Touch: Meeting the Needs of Young Children Frances M. Carlson

Some early childhood programs have adopted no-touch policies, and others allow only a very minimal level of physical contact between teachers and children. Yet touch is as necessary as food or water for young children to thrive and grow physically, cognitively, socially, and emotionally. From this book, practitioners will learn just why touch is essential in young childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s development and how it can be incorporated in early childhood settings. Item #: 799 ,ISTs-EMBER

Me, You, Us: Social-Emotional Learning in Preschool Ann S. Epstein

Social-emotional learning is key to every childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ability to manage feelings and to interact successfully with others. This book covers 11 separate topics of social-emotional learning and offers numerous teaching strategies and suggestions for professional development. This book helps the thoughtful educator chart a path for young children to develop the social-emotional skills they need to succeed in school and in life. Copublished with HighScope. Item #: 344 ,ISTs-EMBER

Separation: Supporting Children in Their Preschool Transitions (Rev. ed.) Kathe Jervis & Barbara K. Polland

This updated favorite provides explanations, practical tips, and supLKNPBKNPA=?DANO=J@B=IEHEAOKBLNAO?DKKH?DEH@NAJB=?EJCPDAĹ&#x201A;NOPKB many separations. With accessible language and engaging vignettes, this little book is a wonderful tool to distribute to staff and parents to help make separations easier for everyone involved. Item #: 230 ,ISTs-EMBER

Fostering Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Social Competence: The Teacherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Role Lilian G. Katz & Diane E. McClellan

Drawing from research and expert practice, the authors suggest principles and strategies to guide teachers in strengthening childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s social OGEHHO&@AJPEĹ&#x201A;AOSAHHEJPAJPEKJA@LN=?PE?AORANU?KIIKJEJA=NHU?DEH@hood classrooms that actually undermine childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s social competence. Item #: 147 ,ISTs-EMBER

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Â&#x2021;FKLOGGHYHORSPHQW OHDUQLQJÂ&#x2021; Education for a Civil Society: How Guidance Teaches Young Children Democratic Life Skills Dan Gartrell

For them and for the rest of us, it matters that children gain the social-emotional skills they need to succeed in and participate civilly in modern life. Coming

The Power of Guidance: Teaching Social-Emotional Skills in Early Childhood Classrooms Dan Gartrell

This engaging book describes how teachers can think beyond the kind of conventional classroom discipline that aims merely to keep children in lineâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;and often fails even to do that! Shows teachers how to help children develop lifelong skills such as mutual acceptance and cooperation, creative problem-solving strategies, and acceptable ways to ATLNAOO@EBĹ&#x201A;?QHPAIKPEKJOCopublished with Cengage. Item #: 133 ,ISTs-EMBER

Supporting Boysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Learning: Strategies for Teacher Practice, Pre-Kâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;Grade 3 Barbara Sprung, Merle Froschl, & Nancy Gropper

A growing body of research has raised concerns about boysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; vulnerability in terms of social and emotional development, referral to special education, and academic success. This user-friendly guide helps educators develop strategies for teaching boys in ways that build on their strengths, respect their individual development levels, and adhere to principles of child development. From Teachers College Press. Item #: 322 ,ISTs-EMBER

Social and Emotional Development: Connecting Science and Practice in Early Childhood Settings Dave Riley, Robert R. San Juan, Joan Klinkner, & Ann Ramminger

We know that holding babies while feeding them is important, and that games like â&#x20AC;&#x153;Simon Saysâ&#x20AC;? are not just for fun. But why are these practices in the social and emotional domains so important for childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s learning and development? This book examines the rationale and research base for best practices. Copublished with Redleaf Press. Item #: 2009 ,ISTs-EMBER

School Readiness and Social-Emotional Development: Perspectives on Cultural Diversity Barbara Bowman & Evelyn K. Moore, eds.

Among the 20â&#x20AC;&#x201C;50 percent of children who enter kindergarten not ready to learn, social-emotional development is often where they are least prepared. This collection addresses preschoolersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; social-emotional development, looking at issues from a multicultural perspective. &PE@AJPEĹ&#x201A;AOLN=?PE?=HOPN=PACEAOPD=PNA=@ANO?=JQOA=ONAOKQN?AOBKN new research and program development. From the National Black Child Development Institute. Item #: 2005 ,ISTs-EMBER

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FKLOGGHYHORSPHQW OHDUQLQJ Learning Through Play Big Body Play: Why Boisterous, Vigorous, and Very Physical Play Is Essential to Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Development and Learning Frances M. Carlson

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Big body playâ&#x20AC;?â&#x20AC;&#x201D;the sometimes rowdy, always very physical running, rolling, climbing, tagging, jumping, grabbing, and wrestling that most children love and many adults try to shut downâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;can and should be an integral part of every early childhood setting. Drawing from evidence-based practice and the latest research, this book ATLH=EJOPDAIQHPEPQ@AKB>AJAĹ&#x201A;POKB>EC>K@ULH=UBKNUKQJC?DEHdrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s social-emotional, cognitive, and physical development. Also learn how to organize the physical environment, set rules and policies, and supervise the play. Item #: 241,ISTs-EMBER

The Great Outdoors: Restoring Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Right to Play Outside Mary S. Rivkin

Offers a compelling argument for restoring opportunities for outdoor play and learning, examples of exciting playgrounds in the U.S. and other countries, and practical information on safety, accessibility, and curriculum. Item #: 108 ,ISTs-EMBER

The Block Book (3d ed.) Elisabeth S. Hirsch, ed.

This classic details the rich contributions of blocks to creativity and dramatic play, science, math, social studies, and other learning domains. Use blocks to encourage children to work together to explore patterns, geometry, ordering, and more. Item #: 132 ,ISTs-EMBER

Play in the Lives of Children Cosby S. Rogers & Janet K. Sawyers

Self-paced, child-guided play is critical to emotional and cognitive developmentâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;learn why this is and how to support such play. Comprehensive enough to serve as a textbook on play. Item #: 301 ,ISTs-EMBER

Play: A Beginnings Workshop Book Bonnie Neugebauer, ed.

1KLLH=UATLANPO@EO?QOOPKLE?OOQ?D=ODKSLH=UNAĹ&#x192;A?PO=J@LNKmotes development, how adults can support make-believe and block play, the cultural dimensions of play, and much more. From Child Care Exchange. Item #: 7210 ,ISTs-EMBER

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Â&#x2021;FKLOGGHYHORSPHQW OHDUQLQJÂ&#x2021; The Playâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the Thing: Teachersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Roles in Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Play (2d ed.) Elizabeth Jones & Gretchen Reynolds

Responding to current debates on the place of play in schools, Jones and Reynolds explain how and why play is a critical part of childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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. Item #: 329,ISTs-EMBER

A Mandate for Playful Learning in Preschool: Presenting the Evidence Kathy Hirsh-Pasek, Roberta Michnick Golinkoff, Laura E. Berk, & Dorothy Singer

Playful learning captivates childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s minds in ways that support better academic and social outcomes as well as strategies for lifelong learning. Written in clear and expressive language, this book offers a comprehensive review of research supporting playful learning along with succinct policy and practice recommendations that derive from this research. A must read for teachers, policy makers, and parents alike. From Oxford University Press. Item #: 707

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Follow Me Too: A Handbook of Movement Activities for Three- to Five-Year-Olds Marianne Torbert & Lynne Schneider

Active movement games to encourage cooperative learning and teamSKNG&JPDEO>KKG Ĺ&#x201A;J@PDANAOA=N?D=J@PDAKNU>ADEJ@QOEJCIKRAIAJP C=IAO EJ A=NHU ?DEH@DKK@ LNKCN=IO  AT=ILHAO KB Ĺ&#x201A;AH@PAOPA@ C=IAO  adaptations for individual abilities and needs, a chart of skills involved in each game, suggestions for parent involvement, and directions for making inexpensive equipment. Item #: 734 ,ISTs-EMBER

The Right Stuff for Children Birth to 8: Selecting Play Materials to Support Development Martha B. Bronson

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Clear descriptions of play [at each age] give students an understanding of cognitive, social, and emotional development. My students have found The Right Stuff essential in putting together what theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve learned about child development with what theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve learned about early childhood curriculum.â&#x20AC;? Item #: 312 ,ISTs-EMBER

Activities for School-Age Child Care: Playing and Learning (Rev. ed.) Barbara Blakley, Rosalie Blau, Elizabeth H. Brady, Catherine Streibert, Ann Zavitkovsky, & Docia Zavitkovsky

Try out hundreds of ideas for children ages 5â&#x20AC;&#x201C;10 and work more effectively with parents, staff, and community. Item #: 214 ,ISTs-EMBER

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FKLOGGHYHORSPHQW OHDUQLQJ Challenging Behaviors Challenging Behavior in Young Children: Understanding, Preventing, and Responding Effectively (3d ed.) Barbara Kaiser & Judy Sklar Rasminsky

The new edition of this perennial favorite provides new researchbased strategies to help preservice and practicing teachers understand, prevent, and respond effectively to challenging behaviors. Useful for primary, preschool, and child care, this book includes practical tips for responding to childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s needs and helping them know whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s expected. Includes new material on inclusion, autism, culture, and dual-language learning. From Pearson. Item #: 307 ,ISTs-EMBER

Guiding Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Behavior: Developmental Discipline in the Classroom Eileen S. Flicker & Janet Andron Hoffman

Observational techniques and â&#x20AC;&#x153;developmental disciplineâ&#x20AC;? help educators to individualize guidance practices for children from birth through elementary school. Discover tools to deal with problematic behaviors, EJ?HQ@EJCP=JPNQIO OHAALEJC@EBĹ&#x201A;?QHPEAO =J@>QHHUEJCFrom Teachers College Press. Item #: 788 ,ISTs-EMBER

Meeting the Challenge: Effective Strategies for Challenging Behaviours in Early Childhood Environments Barbara Kaiser & Judy Sklar Rasminsky

If you feel frustrated and defeated when confronted with a child with very challenging behaviors, hereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a lifeline! Offers easily understandable ideas and strategies proven to work for children with the most ?D=HHAJCEJC>AD=REKNO=J@PK>AJAĹ&#x201A;PARANU?DEH@EJUKQNOAPPEJCFrom the Canadian Child Care Federation. Item #: 300 ,ISTs-EMBER

A Guide to Discipline (Rev. ed.) Jeannette G. Stone

You help children discipline themselves by your words, manner, and strategies to avoid problems in advance. But what do you do when children hit, kick, or bite? Also great for families. Item #: 302 ,ISTs-EMBER

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Â&#x2021;FKLOGGHYHORSPHQW OHDUQLQJÂ&#x2021; Infants & Toddlers From Lullabies to Literature: Stories in the Lives of Infants and Toddlers Jennifer Birckmayer, Anne Kennedy, & Anne Stonehouse

The ability to use language (speak, read, write) is not something that children suddenly or automatically develop. It is rather a culmination of experiences with language that begin at birth. Sprinkled with charming vignettes and ideas for stories to share, From Lullabies to Literature explains how the many types of stories and story experiences are best used with very young children. Item #: 2010 ,ISTs-EMBER

Extending the Dance in Infant and Toddler Caregiving: Enhancing Attachment and Relationships Helen H. Raikes & Carolyn Pope Edwards

Secure attachment between child and parent is one of the most important factors in early learning and development, and infant/toddler teachers are the critical third partner in this relationship dance. Here the authors provide a blueprint for establishing and maintaining a relationship-based program that promotes young childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s optimal development. Copublished with Brookes Publishing. Item #: 295 ,ISTs-EMBER

Caring for Infants and Toddlers in Groups: Developmentally Appropriate Practice (2d ed.) Zero to Three

In this revised and updated edition, Zero to Three has written a howto guide that matches classroom activities with how children think and grow. Posters and a developmental wheel on common behavior challenges are included with the book. From Zero to Three Press. Item #: 377 ,ISTs-EMBER

Behavior Has Meaning (Wheels) Item #: 455 ,ISTs-EMBER

Being with Babiesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;Understanding and Responding to the Infants in Your Care: Best Practices for Caregivers Beverly Kovach & Denise Da Ros-Voseles

This book is a great resource for both beginning and experienced caregivers, with chapters on developing relationships with babies, observation, communication, and safe environments. Being with Babies teaches caregivers how to handle everyday challenges while being mindful of developmental stages of infants. From Gryphon House. Item #: 756 ,ISTs-EMBER

Secure Relationships: Nurturing Infant/Toddler Attachment in Early Care Settings Alice S. Honig

Loving, responsive, and consistent care from primary caregivers is critical to infants and toddlers in establishing special attachment relationships. Experienced author Alice Honig distills key points needed to understand and build attachment. Vital information and sound advice for caregiversâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;and families, too. Item #: 123 ,ISTs-EMBER

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Early learning standards may be coming to your programâ&#x20AC;Śif they D=RAJÂ&#x2020;P=HNA=@UA?KIAOP=J@=N@OO=RRU>UĹ&#x201A;J@EJCKQPSD=POP=J@=N@O are, how to analyze them, how they connect to assessment and curriculum, and some potential pitfalls in implementation. This â&#x20AC;&#x153;basicsâ&#x20AC;? book will show you that standards and developmentally appropriate practice can live together peaceably.

Connecting Emergent Curriculum and Standards in the Early Childhood Classroom: Strengthening Content and Teaching Practice Sydney L. Schwartz & Sherry M. Copeland

Two early childhood educators provide teachers with resources to bring content alive in pre-K and kindergarten classrooms. The book includes lists of key content ideasâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;coordinated with learning standards in science, mathematics, social studies, and the communication artsâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;to guide teacher observations of, and interactions with, young children. From Teachers College Press. Item #: 263 ,ISTs-EMBER

Emergent Curriculum in the Primary Classroom: Interpreting the Reggio Emilia Approach in Schools Carol Anne Wien, ed.

In this book, educators share their experiences with emergent curriculum and with the creative practices theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve developed in urban classrooms from kindergarten to 3rd grade. This book is essential reading for those who wish to understand emergent curriculum and to nurture an energizing way to learn in the classroom. Copublished with Teachers College Press. Item #: 2001 ,ISTs-EMBER

Make Early Learning Standards Come Alive: Connecting Your Practice and Curriculum to State Guidelines Gaye Gronlund

"=OUPKNA=@?D=NPOODKSDKS@EBBANAJPOP=PAO@AĹ&#x201A;JAOP=J@=N@OEJA=?D major content area and how these standards can be achieved in classNKKIO=J@LNKCN=IO)A=NJDKSPKLH=J?QNNE?QHQISEPDOLA?EĹ&#x201A;?HA=NJing standards in mind; address standards in ways that are developmentally appropriate and effective; and assess childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s progress toward these standards. Copublished with Redleaf Press. Item #: 769 ,ISTs-EMBER

Nurturing Knowledge: Building a Foundation for School Success by Linking Early Literacy to Math, Science, Art, and Social Studies Susan B. Neuman & Kathleen Roskos

1DEO PATP LNAOAJPO Ĺ&#x201A;RA AOOAJPE=H A=NHU HEPAN=?U LN=?PE?AOÂ&#x2026;?NA=PEJC a supportive environment; shared book reading; songs, rhymes, and word play; developmental writing; and playâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;providing the tools to link literacy to content knowledge in math, science, social studies, and art. From Scholastic. Item #: 7206 ,ISTs-EMBER

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FXUULFXOXP FRQWHQWDUHDVÂ&#x2021;FXUU Play, Projects, and Preschool Standards: Nurturing Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Sense of Wonder and Joy in Learning Gera Jacobs & Kathy Crowley

Preschool teachers today are often challenged by and concerned about the expectations in statesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; early learning standards. Authors Jacobs and Crowley tackle these concerns head-on, providing teachers with lively, creative ideas to develop childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s genuine curiosity while building the skills theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll need to succeed in kindergarten and beyond. Includes well-planned projects and activities that both capture childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s interest and enhance social and preacademic development. From Corwin Press. Item #: 355

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K Today: Teaching and Learning in the Kindergarten Year Dominic F. Gullo, ed.

In this comprehensive overview, leading experts focus on various aspects of the kindergarten year. Part I discusses the variety of kindergartens, kindergarten-age children, and their families. Part II examines the basic cognitive and social-emotional development underlying childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s learning. Next, experts in six curriculum domainsâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;language and literacy, math, science, the creative arts, social studies, and physical educationâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;outline what children should know and be able to do and how effective teachers promote that learning. Finally, the book discusses LKHE?UEOOQAO=J@PDAPN=JOEPEKJBNKIGEJ@ANC=NPAJPKĹ&#x201A;NOPCN=@A Item #: 155 ,ISTs-EMBER

Reaching Standards and Beyond in Kindergarten: Nurturing Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Sense of Wonder and Joy in Learning Gera Jacobs & Kathy Crowley

Standards provide important benchmarks for student learning, but meeting them doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t mean you have to take away creativity, lively participation, and joyful learning. This resource offers research-based =J@Ĺ&#x201A;AH@PAOPA@OPN=PACEAOPK=@@NAOO?KJPAJPOP=J@=N@OEJS=UOPD=P nurture kindergartnersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; natural love of learning. The authors show how projects, play, and other engaging learning experiences can help children reach standards in literacy, mathematics, science, social studies, and the arts. Copublished with Corwin Press. Item #: 264 ,ISTs-EMBER

Emergent Curriculum Elizabeth Jones & John Nimmo

Together with the children, teachers can foster an emergent curriculum that responds to childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s interests and activities. Presents an ongoing discussion among a group of teachers as they and the children move through the year weaving curriculum. A great resource to stimulate thinking about developing meaningful curriculum. Item #: 207

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FXUULFXOXP FRQWHQWDUHDVÂ&#x2021;F Language & Literacy Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t Leave the Story in the Book: Using Literature to Guide Inquiry in Early Childhood Classrooms Mary Hynes-Berry

Drawing from 30 years of teaching and professional development experience, this book offers a roadmap for using childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s literature to provide authentic learning. Featuring a â&#x20AC;&#x153;storytellerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s voice,â&#x20AC;? each chapter includes a case study about how a particular Ĺ&#x201A;?PEKJKNJKJĹ&#x201A;?PEKJSKNG?=J>AQOA@EJ=JA=NHU?DEH@DKK@?H=OOroom; a series of open-ended questions to help readers construct their own inquiry units; and a bibliography of childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s literature. From Teachers College Press. Item #: 331 ,ISTs-EMBER

Learning to Read and Write: Developmentally Appropriate Practices for Young Children Susan B. Neuman, Carol Copple, & Sue Bredekamp Effective, research-based strategies for promoting childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s literacy learning in preschool, kindergarten, elementary classrooms, and infant/toddler settings. Offers crystal-clear guidance and exciting ideas for teachers to help children on the road to reading and writing competence. Includes the NAEYC joint position statement with the International Reading Association. Item #: 161

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El aprendizaje de la lectura y la escritura: PrĂĄcticas apropiadas para el desarrollo infantil Item #: 161S

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Literacy and the Youngest Learner: Best Practices for Educators of Children from Birth to 5 V. Susan Bennett-Armistead, Nell K. Duke, & Annie M. Moses This volume offers guidance on building essential skills such as oral language and phonological awareness, and also useful suggestions for dramatic play areas, book nooks, writing centers, and other spaces that create a literacy-rich environment. Catherine Snow states in the foreword: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Every early childhood setting needs a copy of this book,â&#x20AC;? and we agree. From Scholastic. Item #: 798

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Literacy Leadership in Early Childhood: The Essential Guide Dorothy S. Strickland & Shannon Riley-Ayers Todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s busy early childhood practitioners are being asked to do more, know more, and produce â&#x20AC;&#x153;results,â&#x20AC;? especially in the area of literacy development. Here is a resource that covers key aspects of literacy learning and teaching, including child development, standards, curriculum planning, assessment, professional development, and connections between school and home. Copublished with Teachers College Press. Item #: 7203

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FXUULFXOXP FRQWHQWDUHDVÂ&#x2021;FXU Much More Than the ABCs: The Early Stages of Reading and Writing Judith A. Schickedanz Helps teachers, caregivers, and parents nurture both childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s enjoyment of reading/writing and their skills. Gives concrete suggestions on topics such as reading aloud, setting up a book corner and writing center, and introducing the alphabet. Includes book lists for different ages. Item #: 204

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Teaching Children to Write: Constructing Meaning and Mastering Mechanics Daniel Meier

This book highlights the critical importance of integrating content and mechanics for successful and engaged writing at the kindergarten and primary levels. Features the teaching philosophies and strategies of seven exemplary teachers and a discussion of relevant research and theory. Meier provides a fresh, practical, and much-needed perspective on making writing meaningful and effective in the current standards-based era. From Teachers College Press. Item #: 278 ,ISTs-EMBER

Learning to Listen, Listening to Learn: Building Essential Skills in Young Children Mary Renck Jalongo From the very beginning of a childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s life, effective listening includes becoming aware, focusing, selecting cues from the environment, and Ĺ&#x201A;HPANEJCKQP@EOPN=?PEKJO DEH@NAJ=NANA=@UPKHA=NJ=HKPIKNA=>KQP becoming good listeners. Provides clear, research-based guidance to help teachers to set young childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s listening behaviors on the right path as well as reassess their own listening skills. Item #: 2008

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Young Children and Picture Books (2d ed.) Mary Renck Jalongo When you share picture books with young children, you build their lifelong literacy and enjoyment of reading. In beautiful, full color, the second edition of this popular book will help you recognize quality in childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s literature and illustration and see how to best use picture books. Item #: 160

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Make Way for Literacy: Teaching the Way Young Children Learn Gretchen Owocki

Practical, curriculum-enhancing literacy engagements encourage children to build and demonstrate literacy knowledge. Offers suggestions for establishing a low-cost, learner-centered teaching environment. Includes classroom examples. Copublished with Heinemann. Item #: 159

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FXUULFXOXP FRQWHQWDUHDVÂ&#x2021;F The Arts The Story in the Picture: Inquiry and Artmaking with Young Children Christine Mulcahey

This book provides teachers with the skills and freedom to design rich art experiences for young children. Demonstrates that QOEJCĹ&#x201A;JA=NPNALNK@Q?PEKJOEJPDAA=NHU?DEH@DKK@?QNNE?QHQI=Hlows children to construct their own meanings, teaches diversity, fosters thinking skills, and encourages storytelling. Based on the NAEYC and NAEA standards, this teacher-friendly resource also includes lesson plans and examples of activities. From Teachers College Press. Item #: 276 ,ISTs-EMBER

Children as Illustrators: Making Meaning Through Art and Language Susan Conklin Thompson

When children illustrate their stories, they have rich opportunities to explore and express meaning. With respectful teacher guidance, children can gain greater understandings and build skills in both the literacy and artistic domains. The volume also provides instructions for more than two dozen printing, painting, and collage techniques to use with young children. Item #: 2002 ,ISTs-EMBER

Art: Basic for Young Children Lila Lasky & Rose Mukerji-Bergeson

#QHHKBAT=ILHAOKBDKS=NP>AJAĹ&#x201A;PO?DEH@NAJ OQ?D=OEJ?NA=OEJCPDAEN sensitivity to the physical environment, offering new ways to communicate feelings and knowledge, and enhancing awareness of individuality. Exciting project ideas for fostering creativity. Item #: 106 ,ISTs-EMBER

I Am Clay (DVD) !AIKJOPN=PAODKSSKNGEJCSEPDJ=PQN=H?H=U>AJAĹ&#x201A;POPDAAIKPEKJ=H  creative, intellectual, and physical development of young children. This educational documentary features experts on early childhood and children 13 months to 6 years old. 30 min. From K-Play. Item #: 8100 ,ISTs-EMBER

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FXUULFXOXP FRQWHQWDUHDVÂ&#x2021;FXU Math Understanding RTI in Mathematics: Proven Methods and Applications Russell Gersten & Rebecca Newman-Gonchar, eds.

How should Kâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;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. Item #: 332

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Adding Math, Subtracting Tension: A Guide to Raising Children Who Can Do Math Frances Stern

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 childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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 gradeschool years. From NCTM. Item #: 328,ISTs-EMBER

The Young Child and Mathematics (2d ed.) Juanita V. Copley

This second edition offers a wealth of vignettes from classrooms, activity ideas, and strategies for teaching young children about math processes and concepts. Using standards and guidelines from NCTM and NAEYC, Copley shows how teachers can readily and enjoyably make mathematics an integral part of their classrooms all day, every day. Includes a DVD with useful print materials and video clips of the author engaging children in math thinking and learning. Copublished with NCTM. Item #: 167 ,ISTs-EMBER

Showcasing Mathematics for the Young Child: Activities for Three-, Four-, and Five-Year-Olds Juanita V. Copley, ed.

Describes and discusses learning experiences that promote early matheI=PE?O@ARAHKLIAJPBKN?DEH@NAJ=CAOÂ&#x201E;=?NKOOĹ&#x201A;RA?KJPAJP=NA=OÄĄJQI>AN and operations, geometry, algebra, measurement, and data analysis. Copublished with NCTM. Item #: 735

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Focus Series: Complete PreKâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;3 Series! Teaching with Curriculum Focal Points National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

Each volume (Focus on Pre-K, K, Grade 1, 2, and 3) describes learning paths for the mathematical concepts and skills of that grade level and offers practical ideas for bringing focus to math learning and instruction in the classroom. Copublished with NCTM. 0REKINDERGARTEN Item #: 298 +INDERGARTEN Item #: 299 &IRST'RADE Item #: 272 3ECOND'RADE Item #: 273 4HIRD'RADE Item #: 275

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FXUULFXOXP FRQWHQWDUHDVÂ&#x2021;F Science & Social Studies Ramps & Pathways: A Constructivist Approach to Physics with Young Children Rheta DeVries & Christina Sales Two experts of Piagetian constructivism introduce Ramps & Pathwaysâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;deeply engaging experiments with objects rolled down more and more complex constructions. In a readable mix of theory and practical guidance, the authors explain and illustrate what it means to be a constructivist teacher and how children â&#x20AC;&#x153;constructâ&#x20AC;? both science knowledge and their own intelligence. Includes dozens of vignettes and full-color photographs of childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s amazing structures. Item #: 352 ,ISTs-EMBER

Preschool Pathways to Science: Facilitating Scientific Ways of Thinking, Talking, Doing, and Understanding Rochel Gelman, Kimberly Brenneman, Gay Macdonald, & MoisĂŠs RomĂĄn

This innovative resource helps preschoolers investigate their every@=USKNH@=J@@ARAHKLPDA>=OE?OKBO?EAJPEĹ&#x201A;?PDEJGEJC,BBANO=Ĺ&#x192;ATible, hands-on approach that helps teachers build on what children do bestâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;actively explore their world. Includes sample schedules and activities that support science learning and reasoning within everyday routines and lessons. From Brookes Publishing. Item #: 314 ,ISTs-EMBER

The Cooking Book: Fostering Young Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Learning and Delight Laura J. Colker

Cooking is as valuable to the early childhood program as books, blocks, puzzles, and paint. Cooking gives young children an easy way PKOAA=P=OGPDNKQCDPK?KILHAPEKJ=J@P=GALNE@AEJ=Ĺ&#x201A;JEODA@LNK@uct. Through engaging children in food preparation, teachers can promote learning in science, mathematics, literacy, social competence, and other curriculum areas. Find out how! Item #: 140 ,ISTs-EMBER

Worms, Shadows, and Whirlpools: Science in the Early Childhood Classroom Karen Worth & Sharon Grollman

1DEOEJOECDPBQH>KKGE@AJPEĹ&#x201A;AOEILKNP=JPO?EAJ?AEJMQENUOGEHHO=J@?KJcepts appropriate for young children, making a strong case for integrating science into the curriculum right from the startâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;creating a context for the development of language, mathematical thinking, and social skills. Copublished with Heinemann. Item #: 139 ,ISTs-EMBER

Active Experiences for Active Children: Social Studies (2d ed.) Carol Seefeldt & Alice Galper

This guide is full of theory, activities, planning ideas, and assessments to help with planning and implementation of social studies curriculum for preschoolers and primary-grade students. This text will be useful for anyone working with young children, from classroom teachers, to child care providers, to parents who homeschool their children. From Prentice Hall. Item #: 290 ,ISTs-EMBER

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FXUULFXOXP FRQWHQWDUHDVÂ&#x2021;FXU Blocks and Beyond: Strengthening Early Math and Science Skills through Spatial Learning Mary Jo Pollman

Spatial development is linked with higher achievement not just in math and science, but across all academic areas. This guidebook helps educators seamlessly integrate spatial learning into their everyday curriculum. Focusing on math, science, art and literature, and social studies, this book includes research-based insights and ready-to-use activities to promote the spatial development of children in preschool through grade 3. From Brookes Publishing. Item #: 353 ,ISTs-EMBER

Young Scientist Series Exploring Water with Young Children Ingrid Chalufour & Karen Worth

Focuses childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s explorations to deepen their understanding of water =J@ EPO LNKLANPEAO  EJ?HQ@EJC Ĺ&#x192;KS  =LLA=N=J?A  =J@ ABBA?P KJ K>FA?PO Supports childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s early development of important science inquiry skills. From Redleaf Press. Item #: 777 ,ISTs-EMBER

Discovering Nature with Young Children Ingrid Chalufour & Karen Worth

DEH@NAJ HA=NJ AOOAJPE=H HEBAHKJC O?EAJPEĹ&#x201A;? NA=OKJEJC OGEHHO =O PDAU EJvestigate the natural world. Language and literacy skills are developed =O?DEH@NAJ?KIIQJE?=PAPDAENĹ&#x201A;J@EJCO=J@L=NPE?EL=PAEJ@EO?QOOEKJOĢ crucial math skills are fostered as children count, measure, sort, categorize, and compare. From Redleaf Press. Item #: 758 ,ISTs-EMBER

Building Structures with Young Children Ingrid Chalufour & Karen Worth

Learn to guide, expand, and assess childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s block play. As they work with blocks, children learn about physical properties, such as gravity and balance, as well as theories of structure such as tension and compression. Copublished with Redleaf Press. Item #: 748 ,ISTs-EMBER

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FXUULFXOXP FRQWHQWDUHDVÂ&#x2021;F Health, Safety & Nutrition Managing Chronic Health Needs in Child Care and Schools: A Quick Reference Guide Elaine A. Donoghue & Colleen A. Kraft, eds.

This guide describes a wide spectrum of chronic illnesses, acute situations, selected developmental and behavioral problems, and special health care needs sometimes seen in a classroom setting. It includes quick access fact sheets and provides caregivers and teachers with information on developing a care plan, emergency response, administering medications, and listings of available medical resources. From the American Academy of Pediatrics. Item #: 271 ,ISTs-EMBER

Managing Infectious Diseases in Child Care and Schools: A Quick Reference Guide (2d ed.) Susan S. Aronson & Timothy R. Shope, eds.

Revised and updated, this easy-to-use guide is an essential resource for caregivers, teachers, and health professionals seeking to promote healthy behaviors and prevent the spread of infectious diseases. Contains helpful reference guides, including new quick reference sheets on prevention and infectious diseases, as well as an expanded section on outbreaks and emergencies. From the American Academy of Pediatrics. Item #: 750 ,ISTs-EMBER

Healthy Young Children: A Manual for Programs (4th ed.) Susan S. Aronson, ed.; compiled with Patricia M. Spahr

An essential resource for promoting and protecting the health and safety of children, staff, and families. Used by program directors, consultants working with child care programs, and licensing professionals. Each chapter includes suggested activities to support its use in staff training and student courses. Designed for ease in locating information, it is frequently used as a textbook. Item #: 704 ,ISTs-EMBER

Model Child Care Health Policies (4th ed.) Prepared by Susan S. Aronson

Policies that can be adapted for use in any type of child care setting =J@KN ?QOPKIEVA@ SEPD EJ@ERE@Q=H  LNKCN=IOLA?EĹ&#x201A;? EJBKNI=PEKJ &Jcludes a set of reproducible forms and resource lists. Item #: 716 ,ISTs-EMBER

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FXUULFXOXP FRQWHQWDUHDVÂ&#x2021;FXU Caring for Our Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;National Health and Safety Performance Standards: Guidelines for Early Care and Early Education Programs (3d ed.) American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), American Public Health Association (APHA), & National Resource Center for Health and Safety in Child Care and Early Education (NRC)

This new third edition contains updated guidelines on the development and evaluation of the health and safety of children in all types of early care and education settings. Covers health promotion, nutrition and food service, infectious diseases, program activities for health development, and more. Includes a new section on preventing childhood obesity. From AAP, APHA, & NRC. Item #: 705 ,ISTs-EMBER

Preventing Childhood Obesity in Early Care and Education Programs American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), American Public Health Association (APHA), & National Resource Center for Health and Safety in Child Care and Early Education (NRC)

Preventing Childhood Obesity contains the newest set of national standards describing evidence-based best practices in nutrition, physical activity, and screen time for early care and education programs. It focuses on general nutrition education and requirements for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers along with active opportunities for physical activities. Excerpted from Caring for Our Children (#705, above). From AAP, APHA, & NRC. Item #: 274 ,ISTs-EMBER

Active for Life: Developmentally Appropriate Movement Programs for Young Children Stephen W. Sanders

Relates what high-quality programs should include: environments designed for young children, effective curriculum components, developmental approaches to teaching, planned assessment, and more. Unlocking childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s movement potential will inspire a love of physical activity for years to come. Item #: 126 ,ISTs-EMBER

Safe Active Play: A Guide to Avoiding Play Area Hazards (DVD) Helps caregivers identify and avoid the 12 most common causes of serious injuries during active play, based on a list by the National Playground Safety Institute. Describes each of the hazards and suggests how to avoid them while also maintaining the quality of active play. Item #: 8191 ,ISTs-EMBER

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HIIHFWLYHWHDFKLQJ SODQQLQJ Observation & Assessment Basics of Assessment: A Primer for Early Childhood Educators Oralie McAfee, Deborah J. Leong, & Elena Bodrova

Many early childhood educators are unsure of how to assess young childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s development and learning and how to function in the current assessment environment. This straightforward book presents the â&#x20AC;&#x153;basicsâ&#x20AC;? of child assessment, including its specialized and often confusing vocabulary. Focusing on childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s development and learning, the authors provide an overview of assessment concepts, approaches, and challenges. Item #: 257 ,ISTs-EMBER

Developmental Screening in Early Childhood: A Guide (5th ed.) Samuel J. Meisels & Sally Atkins-Burnett

Covers the basics of screening used to identify which children may have learning problems or disabilities. Offers advice for selecting an appropriate screening instrument and for setting up a screening program. This edition contains reviews of current developmental screens as well as sections on screening for social-emotional and behavioral concerns and screening individual areas of development. Item #: 121 ,ISTs-EMBER

The Power of Observation for Birth through Eight (2d ed.) Judy R. Jablon, Amy Laura Dombro, & Margo L. Dichtelmiller

1DEONAOKQN?AKBBANOCQE@AHEJAO=J@OLA?EĹ&#x201A;?OPN=PACEAOPKDAHLPA=?Ders and caregivers transform observing into an essential component of their teaching practices. In this second edition, the authors have added extensive, up-to-date examples to help teachers apply what they learn about children and also a study guide for use in staff development and college courses. Copublished with Teaching Strategies. Item #: 2006 ,ISTs-EMBER

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Assessing Preschool Literacy Development: Informal and Formal Measures to Guide Instruction Billie J. Enz & Lesley Mandel Morrow

This resource provides guidance on how to account for student learnEJC =J@ =@=LP PA=?DEJC OPN=PACEAO PK Ĺ&#x201A;P ?DEH@NAJÂ&#x2020;O EJ@ERE@Q=H JAA@O Preschool teachers and administrators will be able to assess childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s oral language development, phonological awareness, comprehension, and concepts about print, books, and writing. From the International Reading Associationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Preschool Literacy Collection. Item #: 354 ,ISTs-EMBER

Windows on Learning: Documenting Young Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Work (2d ed.) Judy Harris Helm, Sallee Beneke, & Kathy Steinheimer

This updated classic shows teachers proven methods for documentingâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;including collecting, analyzing, and displayingâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;young childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s work in the classroom. Applicable to different curriculum models, it provides tips on how to develop childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s portfolios to use for assessment and accountability, as well as for sharing with families. From Teachers College Press. Item #: 7205 ,ISTs-EMBER

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Â&#x2021;HIIHFWLYHWHDFKLQJ SODQQLQJÂ&#x2021; Family & Community Partnerships Is Everybody Ready for Kindergarten? A Tool Kit for Preparing Children and Families Angele Sancho Passe

*=GEJCPDAPN=JOEPEKJEJPKGEJ@ANC=NPAJEO=OECJEĹ&#x201A;?=JP=J@AT?EPEJC milestone in young childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s lives. This resource provides information and practical advice to help teachers help children and their families prepare for the transition and then successfully begin kindergarten. Includes helpful activities, reproducible checklists and handouts, and planning templates. From Redleaf Press. Item #: 279 ,ISTs-EMBER

Relationships, the Heart of Quality Care: Creating Community Among Adults in Early Care Settings Amy C. Baker & Lynn A. Manfredi/Petitt

Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s interactions with their special grown-ups affect everything in their lives, especially in their earliest yearsâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;and the relationships between those special people matter, too. This book describes relationship-based child care, the understandings and attitudes that support such care, and the policies required to enact it in a center setting. As PDEO>KKGÂ&#x2020;OI=JULANOKJ=HOPKNEAOI=GA?HA=N ARANUKJA>AJAĹ&#x201A;POBNKI relationship-based care! Item #: 156 ,ISTs-EMBER

From Parents to Partners: Building a Family-Centered Early Childhood Program Janis Keyser

Family partnerships are an essential factor in every successful early childhood program, and communication is key to developing them. How can you use familiar elements such as newsletters, bulletin boards, parent conferences, and special events most effectively? The answers may surprise you! Here, interactive, hands-on exercises allow you to adapt principles and practices for your program. Copublished with Redleaf Press. Item #: 2004 ,ISTs-EMBER

Family-Friendly Communication for Early Childhood Programs Deborah Diffily & Kathy Morrison, eds.

Offers 93 brief messages written for families on topics ranging from biting to developing childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s literacyâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;all ready for teachers to tailor to individual program needs or to use as is to strengthen communication between program and home. Item #: 330 ,ISTs-EMBER

A Parentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Guide to Preschool Diane Trister Dodge & Joanna Phinney Item #: 722 ,ISTs-EMBER

Our Program for Infants, Toddlers, and Twos: A Parentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Guide (2d ed.) Diane Trister Dodge Item #: 745

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HIIHFWLYHWHDFKLQJ SODQQLQJ Teaching & Instructional Practices Powerful Interactions: How to Connect with Children to Extend Their Learning Amy Laura Dombro, Judy Jablon, & Charlotte Stetson

A teacher interacts with the children all day long. But interactions that intentionally promote learning can be few. A â&#x20AC;&#x153;Powerful Interactionâ&#x20AC;? may last only a few minutes, but in that time the teacher tunes out any distractions, tunes into the child, then delivers a learning experience tailored to that child at that moment. Written by the authors of The Power of Observation, this book guides you through the three steps of a Powerful Interaction in a series of self-guided lessons enHERAJA@SEPDPELO DEJPO EJREP=PEKJOPKNAĹ&#x192;A?P =J@RECJAPPAO Item #: 245

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The Intentional Teacher: Choosing the Best Strategies for Young Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Learning Ann S. Epstein

Planful, intentional teachers keep in mind the key goals for childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s learning and development in all domains by creating supportive environments and selecting from a variety of teaching strategies that best promote each childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s thinking and skills. The Intentional Teacher considers how and when each type of learning (child-guided, adult-guided, or a combination) is most effective and what teachers can do to support it. Item #: 165 ,ISTs-EMBER

Young Investigators: The Project Approach in the Early Years (2d ed.) Judy Harris Helm & Lilian Katz

This updated version of Young Investigators supports implementation of the â&#x20AC;&#x153;project approachâ&#x20AC;? in all settings of early childhood education. It provides step-by-step guidance with explicit examples for incorporating standards into topic selection and planning for meaningful projects. New features include the use of technology, nature experiences, and expanded toddler projects. Copublished with Teachers College Press. Item #: 244 ,ISTs-EMBER

Teaching with Intention: Defining Beliefs, Aligning Practice, Taking Action, Kâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;5 Debbie Miller

Effective, intentional teaching begins with a strong set of beliefs, but even the best teachers struggle to make sure that their classroom LN=?PE?A ?KJOEOPAJPHU NAĹ&#x192;A?PO PDAEN ?KNA ?KJRE?PEKJO %ANA  *EHHAN OD=NAO DAN LNK?AOO KB @AĹ&#x201A;JEJC >AHEABO  =HECJEJC LN=?PE?A  =J@ P=GEJC action to ensure childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s learning. From Stenhouse Publishers. Item #: 348 ,ISTs-EMBER

Enthusiastic and Engaged Learners: Approaches to Learning in the Early Childhood Classroom Marilou Hyson

Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;approaches to learningâ&#x20AC;?â&#x20AC;&#x201D;EJPANAOP FKU LANOEOPAJ?A Ĺ&#x192;ATibility, self-regulation, engagement, and motivation to learnâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;make up a key dimension of school readiness. Here, Hyson illustrates the possibility of building greater enthusiasm and engagement through relationships, curriculum, teaching, assessment strategies, and family communication. Copublished with Teachers College Press. Item #: 733 ,ISTs-EMBER

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Â&#x2021;HIIHFWLYHWHDFKLQJ SODQQLQJÂ&#x2021; Our Inquiry, Our Practice: Undertaking, Supporting, and Learning from Early Childhood Teacher Research(ers) Gail Perry, Barbara Henderson, & Daniel Meier, eds.

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 the early childhood setting looks like, why it is EILKNP=JPPKPDAĹ&#x201A;AH@KBA=NHU?DEH@DKK@A@Q?=PEKJ =J@DKSPA=?DAN educators can support it. Including articles from NAEYCâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Voices of Practitioners online journal, Our Inquiry, Our Practice offers a theoretical framework as well as lively accounts of teacher research in action. Comprehensive Member BeneďŹ t.

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The Pre-K Debates: Current Controversies and Issues Edward Zigler, Walter S. Gilliam, & W. Steven Barnett, eds.

As more young children gain access to prekindergarten programs, the issues surrounding its implementation are being hotly debated. Edited by a founder of Head Start and two other highly respected experts, this forward-thinking book brings forth leading thinkers in early childhood education to tackle todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most urgent pre-K debates and explore each one from all sides. Delivered in a clear and compelling pointâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;counterpoint format, this book paves the way for sound, educated decisionmaking. From Brookes Publishing. Comprehensive Member BeneďŹ t. Item #: 297,ISTs-EMBER

Twelve Best Practices for Early Childhood Education: Integrating Reggio and Other Inspired Approaches Ann Lewin-Benham

In her new book, popular author Ann Lewin-Benham presents 12 â&#x20AC;&#x153;best practicesâ&#x20AC;? inspired not only by Reggio, but also by play-based and Montessori approaches to early childhood education. Practices are demonstrated with classroom scenarios, dialogues of children and teachers, and work samples showing the outcome of using each practice. From Teachers College Press. Item #: 334 ,ISTs-EMBER

Informing Our Practice: Useful Research on Young Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Development Eva L. Essa & Melissa M. Burnham, eds.

This volume contains 20 overviews of research on aspects of childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s OK?E=H AIKPEKJ=H ?KCJEPERA KNLDUOE?=H@ARAHKLIAJP =J@DKSPDAĹ&#x201A;J@ings can be applied in the classroom. Item #: 255 ,ISTs-EMBER

Scaffolding Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Learning: Vygotsky and Early Childhood Education Laura E. Berk & Adam Winsler

Why is this resource considered indispensable by teacher educators across the U.S.? It does a masterful job of introducing key Vygotskian concepts clearly and concisely and guiding teachers in applying these powerful ideas in the classroom. Also offers insight into learning and >AD=REKNLNK>HAIO=J@DKSPKDAHL?DEH@NAJSEPDPDAOA@EBĹ&#x201A;?QHPEAO Item #: 146 ,ISTs-EMBER

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HIIHFWLYHWHDFKLQJ SODQQLQJ The Learning Environment Family Child Care Homes:Â Creative Spaces for Children to Learn Linda J. Armstrong

Promote the comfortable feeling of home, support childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s needs, and maximize learning experiences in your family child care setting. Filled with wisdom from an experienced family child care professional, this book includes knowledgeable suggestions for item selection, furniture arrangement, storage, and more, to cre=PA=OAPPEJCPD=P>AJAĹ&#x201A;PO?DEH@NAJKB=HH=CAOFrom Redleaf Press. Item #: 265

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Increasing the Power of Instruction: Integration of Language, Literacy, and Math Across the Preschool Day Judith A. Schickedanz

A day in a preschool classroom can be hectic, and with all the learning goals to meet, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s no surprise that teachers sometimes wonder how they can do it all. This book shows how teachers can maximize the scope and power of their instruction through integrationâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;across content domains and throughout the preschool day. With a focus on language, literacy, and mathematics, Schickedanz introduces strategies that will bolster instruction in all subjects. Item #: 239 ,ISTs-EMBER

Tips and Tidbits: A Book for Family Child Care Providers Janet Gonzalez-Mena

Full of good ideas for handling squabbling, tattling, â&#x20AC;&#x153;potty mouth,â&#x20AC;? eatEJCKNJ=LLEJC@EBĹ&#x201A;?QHPEAO =J@@KVAJOKBKPDANEILKNP=JPI=PPANOPD=P arise in the day-to-day life of the family child care provider. Item #: 303 ,ISTs-EMBER

Celebrate the Week of the Young Child !PRILn  Early childhood educators, programs, and schools use the Week of the Young Child to highlight the importance of quality care and education for young children. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s an annual opportunity to reach out to families and communities and to emphasize the importance of giving children the foundation they need to succeed in school and life. Visit www.naeyc.org/woyc for more information.

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Â&#x2021;HIIHFWLYHWHDFKLQJ SODQQLQJÂ&#x2021; Small-Group Times to Scaffold Early Learning HighScope Early Childhood Staff

This guide offers small-group learning experiences that build on childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s natural curiosity and interests. Early childhood teachers SEHHĹ&#x201A;J@I=JUE@A=OBKNJASI=PANE=HO=J@ATLANEAJ?AOEJĹ&#x201A;RA?QNriculum content areas: language and literacy, mathematics, science and technology, the arts, and physical development and health. From HighScope. Item #: 350 ,ISTs-EMBER

Go Green Rating Scale for Early Childhood Settings Phil Boise

Take steps toward environmental improvement and contribute to childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s potential for longer, healthier lives. The Go Green Rating Scale measures environmental health and safety in child care settings and evaluates categories such as air quality, cleaning products, hygiene and body-care products, pesticides, lead and other contaminants, and stewardship and green living. From Redleaf Press. Item #: 316 ,ISTs-EMBER

Go Green Rating Scale for Early Childhood Settings Handbook: Improving Your Score Phil Boise

The Go Green Rating Scale Handbook explains the science and reOA=N?D >ADEJ@ A=?D EPAI EJ PDA N=PEJC O?=HAĢ @AĹ&#x201A;JAO PDA IKOP EILKNtant elements of going green; and offers concrete measures, graduated goals, and practical guidelines. From Redleaf Press. Item #: 321 ,ISTs-EMBER

Class Meetings: Young Children Solving Problems Together Emily Vance & Patricia JimĂŠnez Weaver

Using class meetings builds classroom community and promotes problem-solving skills with children in preschool through the early grades. ,JALNEJ?EL=HPAOPEĹ&#x201A;AO Äź DEH@NAJBNKI?H=OONKKIOPD=PDKH@?H=OOIAAPings are empowered to use a number of alternatives when resolving ?KJĹ&#x192;E?PO  =J@ PDAU PAJ@ PK P=GA IKNA NAOLKJOE>EHEPU BKN PDAEN =?PEKJO They also seem to have an investment in each other and work as a more cohesive group.â&#x20AC;? Item #: 222 ,ISTs-EMBER

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OHDGHUVKLS PDQDJHPHQWÂ&#x2021;OH @IEJEOPN=PEKJ The Early Childhood Coaching Handbook Dathan D. Rush & Mâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Lisa Shelden

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Staff Challenges: Practical Ideas for Recruiting, Training, and Supervising Early Childhood Employees Compiled by Child Care Exchange

#EJ@EJC=J@GAALEJCMQ=HEĹ&#x201A;A@OP=BBEO=J=@IEJEOPN=PKNÂ&#x2020;OGAUNAOLKJOE>EHEPUEJAJOQNEJCMQ=HEPU?=NA4EPD=NPE?HAOKJNA?NQEPIAJP LKHE?U=J@ LNK?A@QNA@ARAHKLIAJP KNEAJP=PEKJ PN=EJEJC IKPER=PEKJ OQLANREOEKJ  =J@KRAN?KIEJC?D=HHAJCEJCOEPQ=PEKJO PDEORKHQIASEHHDAHLUKQNLNKBAOOEKJ=HI=J=CAIAJPOPN=PACEAO Item #: 7212 ,ISTs-EMBER

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New book from Holly Elissa Bruno, author of

Leading on Purpose: Emotionally Intelligent Early Childhood Administration

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A Great Place to Work: Creating a Healthy Organizational Climate Paula Jorde Bloom, Ann Hentschel, & Jill Bella

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From the Inside Out: The Power of Reflection and Self-Awareness Paula Jorde Bloom

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Leadership in Action: How Effective Directors Get Things Done Paula Jorde Bloom

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HDGHUVKLS PDQDJHPHQWÂ&#x2021;OHDGHU Professionalism in Early Childhood Education: Doing Our Best for Young Children Stephanie Feeney

4NEPPAJ BKN PDKOA AJPANEJC PDA Ĺ&#x201A;AH@ KN OPNEREJC PK CNKS SEPDEJ early childhood education, early child care leader and author Dr. Stephanie Feeney helps readers understand the nature of the profession, what it means to behave in a professional way, and where they stand in their own professional journey in her newest resource. From Pearson. Item #: 337 ,ISTs-EMBER

Getting It Right From the Start: The Principalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Guide to Early Childhood Education Marjorie J. Kostelnik & Marilyn L. Grady

Blending research-based content with practical applications, this comprehensive guide shows principals and other educators how to recognize and create successful early childhood programs to ensure that learners are ready to enter kindergarten. From Corwin Press. Item #: 346 ,ISTs-EMBER

Teaching Adults Revisited: Active Learning for Early Childhood Educators Elizabeth Jones

This book follows master teacher Betty Jones in a hypothetical Intro to ECE course. Her approach emphasizes actively engaging students, because â&#x20AC;&#x153;adults who have practiced decision making for themselves in a college classroom may have the courage to share decision making with young children.â&#x20AC;? Item #: 205 ,ISTs-EMBER

The Art of Leadership: Managing Early Childhood Organizations (Rev. ed.) Bonnie Neugebauer & Roger Neugebauer, eds.

This hands-on guide includes over 90 articles by experts on child care administration, as well as practical ideas for skill development, organization, advocacy, and personnel management. From Child Care Exchange. Item #: 7211 ,ISTs-EMBER

Blueprint for Action: Achieving Center-Based Change Through Staff Development (2d ed.) Paula Jorde Bloom

This book serves as a guide for program analysis and action, detailing a comprehensive method for assessing program strengths and weaknesses. Includes numerous real-life examples as well as sample forms and assessment tools. From New Horizons. Item #: 778 ,ISTs-EMBER

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OHDGHUVKLS PDQDJHPHQWÂ&#x2021;OH Ethics & Early Childhood NAEYC recognizes that those who work with children face many daily decisions that have moral and ethical implications. NAEYC offers resources and guidelines for responsible behavior and sets forth a common basis for resolving the principal ethical dilemmas encountered in early childhood care and education.

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Ethics and the Early Childhood Educator: Using the NAEYC Code (2005 Code Edition, Reaffirmed and Updated 2011) Stephanie Feeney & Nancy K. Freeman

This book, based on the 2005 Code of Ethical Conduct, presents a useful framework and helpful examples and guidelines that clarify GAULKEJPO=J@LNKIKPANAĹ&#x192;A?PEKJ=J@@EO?QOOEKJ Item #: 110 ,ISTs-EMBER

Teaching the NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct: Activity Sourcebook (2005 Code Edition) Stephanie Feeney, Nancy K. Freeman, & Eva Moravcik

This companion resource is an effective and proven way to introduce or review the NAEYC Code. Designed to assist trainers, college teachers, program administrators, and other workshop leaders as they teach new and experienced early childhood educators about professional ethics and the Code. Item #: 118 ,ISTs-EMBER

Statement of Commitment (poster) This poster is a summary of the NAEYC Code. (laminated, 18â&#x20AC;?x 24â&#x20AC;?) Item #: 450 ,ISTs-EMBER

Newly Updated! NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct and Statement of Commitment (2005 Code, Reaffirmed and Updated 2011) This brochure of the NAEYC Code is a handy resource that offers guidelines for responsible behavior and resolving situations. Item #: 531 (Spanish #531S) ,IST`EACH s -EMBER`EACH

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HDGHUVKLS PDQDJHPHQWÂ&#x2021;OHDGHU Advocacy & Policy Foundations for Teaching Excellence: Connecting Early Childhood Quality Rating, Professional Development, and Competency Systems in States Carollee Howes & Robert C. Pianta, eds.

ECE experts Howes and Pianta have designed this book to help develop coordinated, effective teacher quality systems that promote teacher readiness and ongoing access to new skills and strategies. The authors analyze and explore state-level integration of Early Childhood Education Competencies (ECEC), Professional Development (PD), and Quality Rating Systems (QRS). From Brookes Publishing. Item #: 258 ,ISTs-EMBER

Children of 2020: Creating a Better Tomorrow Valora Washington & JD Andrews, eds.

National leaders present up-to-date analyses of progress and challenges in 22 topic areas. Useful â&#x20AC;&#x153;improv workshopsâ&#x20AC;? offer tips and discussion questions to encourage readers to take personal responsibility and action on behalf of children. Copublished with the Council for Professional Recognition. Item #: 306 ,ISTs-EMBER

Advocates in Action: Making a Difference for Young Children (Rev. ed.) Adele Robinson & Deborah R. Stark

Offers practical guidance and concrete strategies for making change on behalf of children and families at the school/center, local, state, and national levels. Item #: 117 ,ISTs-EMBER

Ready or Not: Leadership Choices in Early Care and Education Stacie G. Goffin & Valora Washington

The authors examine issues and leadership challenges that must be addressed if children are to be given more and better opportunities. They ODKSDKS=@=LPERAHA=@ANODELSKNG?=JQJEBUPDAĹ&#x201A;AH@ ?NA=PAKLAJness for change, generate a shared vision, and build a viable strategy for its achievement. From Teachers College Press. Item #: 7202 ,ISTs-EMBER

Take Action on Behalf of ECE! Learn more about NAEYCâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s public policy advocacy and take action through our website. Sign up for free updates and alerts for action and find important resources and tools on critical state and national issues at www.naeyc.org/policy. Our state and local Affiliates are also active public policy advocates. Find information about individual Affiliates at www.naeyc.org/affiliates.

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LQGLYLGXDOGLIIHUHQFHVÂ&#x2021;LQGLYLG Diversity & Anti-Bias Anti-Bias Education for Young Children and Ourselves Louise Derman-Sparks & Julie Olsen Edwards

Become a skilled anti-bias teacher with this volumeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s practical guidance to confronting and eliminating barriers of prejudice, misinformaPEKJ =J@>E=OĢIKOPEILKNP=JPHU Ĺ&#x201A;J@PELOBKNDAHLEJCOP=BB=J@?DEH@NAJ respect each other, themselves, and all people. Individual chapters focus on culture and language, racial identity, gender identity, economic class, family structures, different abilities, holidays, and more. Item #: 254 ,ISTs-EMBER

What If All the Kids Are White? Anti-Bias Multicultural Education with Young Children and Families (2d ed.) Louise Derman-Sparks & Patricia G. Ramsey, with Julie Olsen Edwards

This updated edition proposes seven learning themes to help young White children resist messages of racism and build identity and skills BKN PDNEREJC EJ = ?KQJPNU =J@ SKNH@ Ĺ&#x201A;HHA@ SEPD @ERANOA S=UO KB >AEJC Includes teaching strategies for early childhood settings, activities for B=IEHEAO =J@ OP=BB  NAĹ&#x192;A?PEKJ MQAOPEKJO  NA=@EJC HEOPO  =J@ SA>OEPA NAsources. From Teachers College Press. Item #: 277 ,ISTs-EMBER

Getting It RIGHT for Young Children from Diverse Backgrounds: Applying Research to Improve Practice Linda Espinosa

$NKQJ@A@EJNA=HHEBAATLANEAJ?AO=J@CQE@A@>UNECKNKQONAOA=N?DĹ&#x201A;J@ings, this resource provides the tools practitioners need to meet the challenges of educating all young children. The author summarizes the H=PAOPO?EAJPEĹ&#x201A;?ARE@AJ?AKJPDA@ARAHKLIAJP=J@O?DKKH=?DEARAIAJP of English language learners and children living in poverty to offer classroom and program recommendations. Copublished with Pearson. Item #: 793 ,ISTs-EMBER

A World of Difference: Readings on Teaching Young Children in a Diverse Society Carol Copple, ed.

The articles in this collection of readings from Young Children, NAEYC books, and more provide the current knowledge base as well as thoughtprovoking discussion on a wide range of issuesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;culture, language, religion, inclusion, socioeconomic statusâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;with emphasis on building respect and understanding. Useful both as an independent resource and as collected readings to accompany other course materials. Item #: 261 ,ISTs-EMBER

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Diversity in Early Care and Education: Honoring Differences (5th ed.) Janet Gonzalez-Mena Item #: 2011 ,ISTs-EMBER

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GXDOGLIIHUHQFHVÂ&#x2021;LQGLYLGXDOGLIIH Dual Language Learners & ELL Dual Language Learners in the Early Childhood Classroom Carollee Howes, Jason T. Downer, & Robert C. Pianta, eds.

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 deRAHKLIAJPKB"JCHEODH=JCQ=CALNKĹ&#x201A;?EAJ?U=J@AJOQNA=?QHPQN=HHU 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. Item #: 342,ISTs-EMBER

Children, Language, and Literacy: Diverse Learners in Diverse Times Celia Genishi & Anne Haas Dyson

Even as sociocultural diversity continues to grow in the U.S., many ?H=OONKKIOKBBAN=KJAOEVAĹ&#x201A;PO=HH?QNNE?QHQIEJSDE?D=OOAOOIAJPNAlies heavily on standardized tests. This volume gives us rich evidence of the role of stories (enacted and told), imaginative play, and writing in childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s language learning. Copublished with Teachers College Press. Item #: 349 ,ISTs-EMBER

Many Languages, One Classroom: Teaching Dual and English Language Learners Karen N. Nemeth

Many Languages, One Classroom applies the latest information about best practices to all aspects of a preschool program. Organized by interest areas and times of the day, this resource includes adaptable strategies to help English language learners during reading, science, dramatic and outdoor play, blocks, and circle time. From Gryphon House. Item #: 378 ,ISTs-EMBER

One Child, Two Languages: A Guide for Early Childhood Educators of Children Learning English as a Second Language (2d ed.) Patton O. Tabors

This second edition of Taborsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; highly regarded book provides information and tools for teachers of English language learners, including the latest research, literacy instruction, assessment techniques, study aids, and more. An essential resource for teachers who strive to support the language development and school success of second language learners while honoring their home languages and cultures. From Brookes Publishing. Item #: 731 ,ISTs-EMBER

A How-To Guide for Teaching English Language Learners in the Primary Classroom Pat Barrett Dragan

In this wise and practical book, an experienced teacher shares many innovative techniques and demonstrates how to build a classroom community that encourages and supports English language learners by celebrating diversity, integrating language and expression into all areas of the curriculum, and actively involving families. From Heinemann. Item #: 789 ,ISTs-EMBER

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Understanding Early Childhood Mental Health: A Practical Guide for Professionals Susan J. Summers & Rachel Chazan-Cohen, eds.

Enhance child outcomes by weaving best practices in mental health into early childhood services. This accessible text from more than a dozen top experts gives EC professionals a primer on key issues in infant mental health and research-based guidelines for practice. From Brookes Publishing. Item #: 359,ISTs-EMBER

CARAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Kit: Creating Adaptations for Routines and Activities Suzanne A. Milbourne & Philippa Campbell

Promote the participation of all children in the full early childhood curriculum. This kit provides guidance for how to make adaptations for daily activities and routines so that children 3â&#x20AC;&#x201C;6 with disabilities and other special needs can successfully participate in all classroom activities. Contains a CD with resources and a booklet about adaptations. From the Division for Early Childhood of the Council for Exceptional Children. Item #: 351 ,ISTs-EMBER

Come and Play: Sensory-Integration Strategies for Children with Play Challenges Aerial Cross

Play is necessary for children to learn and developmentally thrive. Early intervention is vital in addressing play challenges that may appear in young children. Come and Play =@@NAOOAOĹ&#x201A;RA?KIIKJLH=U challenges and provides key intervention guidelines and sample play plans for each challenge. These play challenges include children who roam the playroom, play repetitiously, appear anxious in or detached from their play, or are rejected by their peers. From Redleaf Press. Item #: 266 ,ISTs-EMBER

DEC Recommended Practices: A Comprehensive Guide for Practical Application in Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education Susan Sandall, Mary Louise Hemmeter, Barbara J. Smith, & Mary E. McLean

Find the best information about the most useful programs for children with disabilities and other special needs, plus real-life examples and practical tips for implementation. This comprehensive guide includes strategies for program assessment and improvement, useful checklists for parents and administrators, and an annotated list of relevant resources. From Sopris West and the Division for Early Childhood of the Council for Exceptional Children. Item #: 786 ,ISTs-EMBER

I Belong: Active Learning for Children with Special Needs Jan Levanger Dowling & Terri C. Mitchell

This book includes practical strategies and real-life examples of the authorsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; applications and adaptations of the HighScope Curriculum in preschool settings that serve children with special needs. The authors address integration of curriculum and therapy, and detail how the HighScope Curriculum can facilitate meeting Individual Education Program (IEP) goals. From HighScope. Item #: 755 ,ISTs-EMBER

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Debi Gutierrez, host of the PBS series “A Place of Our Own,” engages parents, caregivers, and experts about developing children’s physical, social, emotional, and cognitive skills.

Our interactive and mixed media resources allow for self-paced and group professional development on specific education and child development strategies and issues.

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A Place of Our Own: Early Academics (DVD) Topics include literacy, language development, writing skills, science, math, and more. 116 min. Item #: 8106 (Spanish #8106S)

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The Learning Child Series (4-DVD set) As seen on public television, this set assists educators and parents in guiding children to become motivated, thoughtful, and active learners. Including a companion guide with each program, the series examines habits of mind through different topics—literacy, play, ethics, and the environment. Item #: 8040 (4-DVD Set) ,ISTs-EMBER

From Pictures to Words: Understanding the Foundations of Literacy (DVD)

This documentary observes that encouraging young children to make pictures sets the literacy process in motion. These early interests can evolve into a passion for reading and writing. Item #: 8037 ,ISTs-EMBER

When a Child Pretends: Understanding Pretend Play (DVD)

This program observes children in play sequences that require planning, negotiating, collaborating, taking roles, and developing narratives. Item #: 8039 ,ISTs-EMBER

When Learning Comes Naturally: Exploring Nature’s Classroom (DVD) 1DEO LNKCN=I LNKłHAO PDA efforts of educators and parents to introduce children to the natural world and to involve them in a process of discovery. Item #: 8036 ,ISTs-EMBER

Values Go to School: Exploring Ethics with Children (DVD)

This program observes that ethical issues are inseparable from the life of the classroom and the school. Educators incorporate practices such as racial tolerance, JKJREKHAJP?KJŃE?PNAOKHQPEKJ NAOLA?PBKN@Eversity, targeted readings, and more. Item #: 8038 ,ISTs-EMBER

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PXOWLSOHPHGLDÂ&#x2021;PXOWLSOHPHG DVDs & Videos Child Development Classroom Moments: Video Clips to Enhance Early Childhood Observation and Training (DVD) This DVD includes 28 video clips of classrooms, divided into six categories: Prevention in Action, Positive Guidance in Action, Learning Opportunities, Developing Observation Skills, Case Study: Pre-Intervention, and Case Study: Intervention. Includes a Trainerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Guide. 40 min. Item #: 8017,ISTs-EMBER

Facing the Challenge: Working with Children Who Use Challenging Behaviors (DVDs) 1DEOOANEAODAHLOPA=?DANOLNARAJP?DEH@NAJÂ&#x2020;OQOAKB@EBĹ&#x201A;?QHP>AD=Riors and develop intervention strategies for children who use challenging behaviors to meet their needs. $ISC What Is Challenging Behavior?, Developmentally Appropriate Behavior, Parents as Partners, Skill Development Study #1 $ISC Â&#x2C6;Item #: 8014 ,ISTEACHs-EMBEREACH

$ISCPrevention Strategies, Behavioral Planning, Intervention Strategies, and includes: Trainerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Guide, handouts, and self-study resources. Available separately, or as a 2-DVD set. 140 min. total. $ISC Â&#x2C6;Item #: 8015 ,ISTEACHs-EMBEREACH

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Ten Things Every Child Needs (DVD) This fascinating DVD explains how parentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; and caregiversâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; earliest inPAN=?PEKJOEJĹ&#x192;QAJ?A=?DEH@Â&#x2020;O>N=EJ@ARAHKLIAJP#A=PQNAO?DEH@@ARAHopment experts and researchers including pediatrician T. Berry Brazelton, Dr. Bruce Perry, and Dr. Barbara Bowman. Item #: 8103

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Touchpoints (DVD) Essential viewing for parents and caregivers. In volume one, Dr. T. Berry Brazelton addresses the common concerns of expectant and new parents. Volumes two and three summarize physical, emotional, and behavioral development in infants and toddlers. 132 min. Item #: 8102 äÂ&#x2C6;Ă&#x192;Ă&#x2039;\äfĂ?ãäUäiÂ&#x201C;LiĂ&#x20AC;\äfĂ&#x2019;{

Children and Conflict: An Opportunity for Learning in the Early Childhood Classroom (DVD & 3-book set) 1DEO!3!ATLHKNAOPDANKHAKBPA=?DANOEJ=JPE?EL=PEJCSDAJ?KJĹ&#x192;E?PSEHHK??QN NAOLKJ@EJC=O it does occur, and supporting all children to promote positive growth. Includes three resource books. 15 min. Item #: 80051

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How Young Children Learn to Think: Piagetâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Theory (DVD)

Cooing, Crying, Cuddling: Infant Brain Development (DVD)

A discussion with Constance Kamii. Clear, concrete explanation of Piagetâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s theory of how children acquire knowledge. 19 min.

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*>Ă&#x20AC;Ă&#x2039;ä£\ Befallingâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;collecting stories. Use questions to help children think about their stories. Item #: 8050 *>Ă&#x20AC;Ă&#x2039;äĂ&#x2019;\äBehappeningâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;connecting stories. How do we help children connect their ideas and thoughts to the ideas and thoughts of others? Item #: 8051 *>Ă&#x20AC;Ă&#x2039;äĂ?\ Becoming & Wasâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;nurturing stories. How can adults help children learn to balance their impulses with the needs of the larger community? Item #: 8052

Social and Emotional Development of Infants and Toddlers Video Series (3-DVD Set) Three DVDs (#8251, #8161, #8171) based on the research described in the book From Neurons to Neighborhoods: The Science of Early Childhood Development. Item #: 8261,ISTs-EMBER

Acquiring Self-Regulation (DVD)

Communication and Learning (DVD)

Making Friends and Getting Along with Peers (DVD)

Explores the challenges children face as they make the transition from external regulation to self-regulation. 22 min.

Illustrates the ways children begin to acquire the capabilities that support communication and future learning. 20 min.

Discusses the ways in which learning to form relationODELOD=O=OECJEĹ&#x201A;?=JPEIL=?P on children, their sense of self-worth, and their ability to learn. 21 min.

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Learning Happens (DVD) Features 30 vignettes that show parents and childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;birth to age 3â&#x20AC;&#x201D;interacting during everyday play and routines. These vignettes serve as powerful tools for professionals to use both in direct work with families and for training other professionals. 61 min. Item #: 8033 ,ISTs-EMBER

Laughing, Learning, Loving: Toddler Brain Development (DVD) Throughout the toddler period, the brain continues to develop at an astonishing rate, and there is much we can do to promote optimal development. 28 min. Item #: 8981 ,ISTs-EMBER

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Painting a Positive Picture: Proactive Behavior Management (DVD) Shows how adults help children manage their behavior in an encouraging, nurturing, and positive manner while supporting each childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s self-esteem. 28 min. Item #: 8811 (Spanish #8811S) List: $46 -EMBER

Seeing Infants with New Eyes (DVD) Magda Gerberâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s exemplary program dramatically illustrates how adult interactions with infants can make a difference. 26 min. Item #: 8521 ,ISTs-EMBER

Begin with Love (VHS) Hosted by Oprah Winfrey, the video provides families and caregivers with key guidelines for giving newborns the best possible start in life. 30 min. Item #: 821 ,ISTs-EMBER

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PXOWLSOHPHGLDÂ&#x2021;PXOWLSOHPHG DVDs & Videos Curriculum & Content Areas Vivian Gussin Paley has taught for 37 years, written13 books about young children, and won numerous awards. NAEYC is pleased to have her deliver the opening keynote address at the 2011 NAEYC Annual Conference & Expo.

Storytelling with Vivian Paley Storytelling and Story Acting with Vivian Paley (DVD) Item #: 8141 ,ISTs-EMBER

Far Ago and Long Away: Innovative Storytelling (DVD) Item #: 8401 (Spanish #8401S) ,ISTs-EMBER

Storytelling Themes with Vivian Paley (DVD) Item #: 8081 ,ISTs-EMBER

Vivian Paley and the Boy Who Could Tell Stories (DVD) Item #: 8041 ,ISTs-EMBER

Storytelling, Story Acting, and Inclusion A companion book to Vivian Paley and the Boy Who Could Tell Stories Item #: 804A ,ISTs-EMBER

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Infant Curriculum: Great Explorations (DVD)

Block Play: Constructing Realities (DVD)

Focuses on stages of development from birth through 15 months, individual temperament and style, the environment, and routines that support an infantâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s explorations. 20 min.

Examines how children acquire knowledge and skills through block play. Describes skills and the stages of building. 20 min.

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Toddler Curriculum: Making Connections (DVD) Shows how toddlers develop and learn. Depicts developmentally appropriate curriculum. 20 min. Item #: 8481 ,ISTs-EMBER

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Dramatic Play: More Than Playing House (DVD) )A=NJ PDA >AJAĹ&#x201A;PO KB @N=I=PE? LH=U BKN ?DEHdrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s development across the curriculum. Get ideas for prop boxes and thematic play, and see the important roles of adults in supporting dramatic play. 28 min. Item #: 8951 (Spanish #8951S) ,ISTs-EMBER

Exploring Science and Nature (DVD) Learning about science and nature through exploration is an appropriate way to introduce these concepts to young children. 28 min. Item #: 8841 (Spanish #8841S) ,ISTs-EMBER

Appropriate Curriculum for Young Children: The Role of the Teacher (DVD) Depicts developmentally appropriate practices, showing adultsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; important roles in helping children learn through play and child-initiated activity. 28 min. Item #: 8561 ,ISTs-EMBER

Structured Play: Gross Motor Activities for Every Day (DVD) Gross motor play, an important contributor to each childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s development, can be incorporated throughout the day. 28 min. Item #: 8831 ,ISTs-EMBER

Up Down and All Around (DVD) This DVD, through movement games, activities, and lessons, is an invaluable tool to bring movement and exercise into the classroom. These accessible movement activities are for ALL children ages 2 and up, no matter their ability or experience. 43 min. Item #: 8031 ,ISTs-EMBER

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Emergent Curriculum (DVD) Emergent Curriculum shows how play-based curriculum supports learning and development while respecting childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s interests and choices. Early childhood educators observe children, plan to sustain and enrich learning, and negotiate curriculum content with children. This DVD is rich with scenes of 3- to 5-year-old children engaged in personally meaningful play where home and topics relevant to their lives are the shared experience of learning. Item #: 8125 ,ISTs-EMBER

These five video DVDs show concepts in action! Each guide is accompanied by a CD that allows training to be facilitated or independent and guides viewers through the theoretical concepts presented in the videos.

Managing Everyday Challenges Through Positive Guidance (DVD) This video includes three programs: Developing positive relationships to support young childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s social and emotional development (24 min.); preventive practices in the preschool classroom (35 min.); and developing social skills and utilizing positive guidance strategies in managing everyday challenges (34 min.). Item #: 8044

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Mathematics in Early Childhood Education (DVD) Learn how children develop mathematical concepts and how teachers can use this knowledge to guide planning. 75 min. Item #: 8019 ,ISTs-EMBER

Language Arts in Early Childhood Education (DVD) In this video teachers use writing centers, interactive reading charts, and environmental print as they incorporate language arts throughout the classroom. 75 min. Item #: 8023 ,ISTs-EMBER

Science in Early Childhood Education (DVD) Teachers in this video integrate science throughout the classroom and provide a variety of physical science activities and extend those activities to promote higher-level thinking. 75 min. Item #: 8024 ,ISTs-EMBER

Social Studies in Early Childhood Education (DVD) This video focuses on setting up an early childhood classroom for a community of learners, as well as incorporating history standards for preschoolers in developmentally appropriate ways. 75 min. Item #: 8025 ,ISTs-EMBER

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PXOWLSOHPHGLDÂ&#x2021;PXOWLSOHPHG DVDs & Videos Effective Teaching & Planning Practical Strategies for Teaching Social and Emotional Skills (DVD) This DVD highlights strategies and approaches that early childhood personnel and families can use to improve young childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s social skills in a variety of areas. 28 min. Item #: 8022 ,ISTs-EMBER

Foundations for Excellence in Early Childhood Education (DVD-ROM) This DVD program can assist early childhood educators to better understand the issues regarding curriculum, assessment, and high-quality teaching. Designed to help educators connect theoretical concepts with real classroom situations. Aligned with NAEYCâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Early Childhood Program Standards and Accreditation Criteria. Item #: 8013 ,ISTs-EMBER

After School Programming: Plan It! (DVD) Explore how to make the most of out-of-school time. Through developmentally appropriate activities and planning, the hours after school can provide meaningful and high-quality experiences for children. 56 min. Item #: 8411 (Spanish #8411S) ,ISTs-EMBER

Before and After Schoolâ&#x20AC;ŚCreative Experiences (DVD) Children can experience the responsibilities of independence within safe environments and with the support of caring adults. 28 min. Item #: 8861 (Spanish #8861S) ,ISTs-EMBER

Caring for Our Children (6-VHS Set) Designed to ensure the health and safety of all young children, including children with disabilities in out-of-home settingsâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;child care centers, schools, and family child care homes. Ideal for orienting new staff or volunteers in programs or for in-service or preservice preparation of professionals. The videos are based on the book Caring for Our Children , 2d ed. Each 30 min. Item #: 820 ,ISTs-EMBER

The 101s: A Guide to Positive Discipline (DVD) The 101s create an environment characterized by respect, trust, and empathy. Learn to empower children to be self-directed and cooperative as they learn and grow. Each of the 101 principles is demonstrated in a variety of preschool settings. 85 min. Item #: 8071 ,ISTs-EMBER

Partnerships with Parents (DVD) Addresses the importance of the parentteacher relationship, how to establish and maintain positive communication, and how to handle common problems teachers face in working with families. 28 min.

Teaching the Whole Child in the Kindergarten (DVD) Beautifully depicts elements of developmentally appropriate teaching, curriculum, and assessment in two kindergarten classrooms. 27 min. Item #: 8291 ,ISTs-EMBER

Our Family of Films: The Read to Me Collection (DVD) This DVD contains three videos: Â&#x160;â&#x20AC;&#x153;Reading with Babiesâ&#x20AC;? (18 min.) Â&#x160;â&#x20AC;&#x153;Leyendo con bebĂŠsâ&#x20AC;? (18 min.) (Spanish version) Â&#x160; â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Read to Me Programâ&#x20AC;? (30 min.) Follows teen mothers and their babies as they participate in a series of workshops that brings together parents, babies, and books in important ways. Item #: 8018 ,ISTs-EMBER

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GLDÂ&#x2021;PXOWLSOHPHGLDÂ&#x2021;PXOWLSOH Individual Differences DEC Recommended Practices Toolkit: Interactive Tools to Improve Practices for Young Children with Special Needs and Their Families (CD) This CD includes four toolkits: embedded instruction, systematic teaching strategies, teaching early communication skills, and monitoring childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s learning. Each toolkit consists of a self-paced tutorial with video clips, selftests, resources, and more. Item #: 8113 ,ISTs-EMBER

Child Care & Children with Special Needs (DVD)

Early Intervention: Natural Environments for Children (DVD)

This two-part DVD is designed for use as an in-service training tool for program directors =J@ ?=NACERANO 1DA Ĺ&#x201A;NOP L=NP describes how the Americans with Disabilities Act applies to child care programs, while the second part provides information about how child care programs can interact with parents and special services providers to ensure the best possible care. Includes printed training module. Item #: 8181 ,ISTs-EMBER

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Welcoming All Children (DVD) This DVD discusses how to develop and implement an inclusive early childhood setting, and provides strategies and techniques to ensure that your center or home truly welcomes all children. 28 min. Item #: 8421 ,ISTs-EMBER

Leadership & Management VOICES: Insights from the Field (DVD) These powerful DVDs offer practical ideas and experienced insights from seasoned professionals. Interlaced with real-life classroom video, each DVD provides a rich platform for professional preparation and ongoing staff development. Supporting Teacher Performance and Caring for Infants and Young Toddlers feature interviews with NAEYCâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Jerlean Daniel, Akimi Gibson, and Peter Pizzolongo. (Child Assessment) Item #: 8116 ,ISTs-EMBER (Supporting Teacher Performance) Item #: 8114 ,ISTs-EMBER (Caring for Infants and Toddlers) Item #: 8117 ,ISTs-EMBER (Building Enrollment) Item #: 8118 ,ISTs-EMBER

HRM Journal: Human Resources Management in Early Childhood Programs (DVD-ROM) This program is a computer-based training seriesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;with approximately 30 hours of study and practice. This self-paced, interactive learning resource is designed to assist early childhood program administrators to learn systems for human resources (HR) management. Designed for new administrators, as well as those who aspire to be program administrators. Item #: 8030 ,ISTs-EMBER Coming Soon: The HRM Journal modules and simulation will be available as an online series!

Child Care Administration: Tying It All Together (DVD) The key areas of administration are framed in terms of how each stems from the programâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s core missionâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;central in tying together a well-directed, developmentally appropriate program. 28 min. Item #: 8871 (Spanish #8871S) List: $46 -EMBER

Make a Difference: Report Child Abuse and Neglect (DVD) Child abuse and neglect are discussed with professionals who share information about what to do if abuse is suspected, the indicators of abuse/neglect, and the impact on society. 28 min. Item #: 8901 (Spanish #8901S) ,ISTs-EMBER

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PXOWLSOHPHGLDÂ&#x2021;PXOWLSOHPHG Brochures In this section NAEYC publishes dozens of brochures that give families and teachers the information they need in easy, readable formats. Many programs purchase them in bulk to provide to families or staff.

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Raising a Reader, Raising a Writer: How Parents Can Help

NAEYC Accreditation: The Right Choice for Kids

A simple, engaging set of suggestions for parents, including what families should look for in the childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s preschool and school setting.

Item #: 538

A Guide for Families: Using NAEYC Standards to Find Quality Programs for Young Children Item #: 539

Item #: 530 (Spanish #530S)

Helping Children Learn Self-Control: A Guide to Discipline Basic techniques to help children develop self-discipline. This brochure shows parents and teachers why discipline works better than punishment and gives pointers on preventing problems. Item #: 572

Accreditation Information Brochure Kit This kit includes: Â&#x160;=?NUHE?Ä&#x;TÄąÄ&#x;@KQ>HALK?GAP literature stand Â&#x160;?KLEAOKB+"6 ??NA@EP=PEKJÄĄ The Right Choice for Kids (Item #538) Â&#x160;?KLEAOKB$QE@ABKN#=IEHEAOÄĄ2OEJC NAEYC Standards to Find Quality Programs for Young Children (Item # 539) Item #: 5389 (Spanish #5389S) ,IST-EMBER

Love & Learn: Positive Guidance for Young Children Alice S. Honig Describes positive approaches to guide childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s behavior and nurture their self-control and emotional health. Item #: 528 (Spanish #528S)

When Disaster Strikes: Helping Young Children Cope Jane M. Farish Helps to prepare staff and aid families when children experience a natural disaster or violence. Item #: 533

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A Caring Place for Your Infant A Caring Place for Your Toddler A Good Preschool for Your Child A Good Kindergarten for Your Child A Good Primary School for Your Child

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So Many Goodbyes: Ways to Ease the Transition between Home and Groups for Young Children Janet Brown McCracken How families and teachers can work together to help children feel secure in their adjustment to a new child care or school arrangement. Item #: 573

#AREER2ESOURCES NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct and Statement of Commitment (2005 Code, Reaffirmed and Updated 2011)

Careers in Early Childhood Education

This brochure of the NAEYC Code is a handy resource that offers guidelines for responsible behavior and resolving situations.

Describes what it takes to work with young children and options for professional preparation and job opportunities.

Item #: 531 (Spanish #531S)

Keeping Healthy: Parents, Teachers, and Children

Item #: 505

Careers Kit

Tips for program staff and families on ways to keep children in early childhood programs healthy. Item #: 577

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Play Is FUNdamental Janet Brown McCracken Play helps children learn in all sorts of ways. How parents and teachers can make play an enriching experience. Item #: 576 (Spanish #566)

Toys: Tools for Learning Tips for making wise, economical toy choices for children through age 8. Folds out to a poster. Item #: 571

Careers for Men in Early Childhood Education

Teaching Young Children to Resist Bias: What Parents Can Do

Bruce Cunningham

Often men do not even consider careers in early childhood education. Yet ?DEH@NAJ >AJAĹ&#x201A;P BNKI D=Ring men in early childhood programs. This informative brochure is specially developed by men for men to let them know about the many possible early childhood jobs. Item #: 594

Louise Derman-Sparks, Maria GutiĂŠrrez, & Carol Brunson Day Tips for teachers to help children appreciate diversity and deal with biases. Item #: 565 (Spanish #564)

Including All Children: Children with Disabilities in Early Childhood Programs Includes information on the ADA and IDEA as they relate to early childhood programs, plus a list of resources for technical information. Item #: 514

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"Leadership Throughout the Early Childhood Profession: Research, Policy, and Practice" NAEYC’s National Institute for Early Childhood Professional Development features interactive, thought-provoking, research-based, practical sessions that Institute participants agree are a reason to come back every year. This conference is designed for program administrators, faculty, trainers, coaches, mentors, and other early childhood adult educators. Visit ÛÛÛ°˜>iÝV°œÀ}Ɉ˜ÃˈËÔËi for more information.

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American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)...................................... 25 American Public Health Association (APHA)............................. 25 Andrews, JD.......................................................................................35 Armstrong, Linda J. .........................................................................30 Aronson, Susan S..............................................................................24 Atkins-Burnett, Sally.........................................................................26

Feeney, Stephanie......................................................................33, 34 Flicker, Eileen S...................................................................................14 Freeman, Nancy K..............................................................................34 Froschl, Merle......................................................................................11

B Baker, Amy C.......................................................................................27 Barnett, W. Steven............................................................................29 Bella, Jill ..............................................................................................32 Beneke, Sallee....................................................................................26 Bennett-Armistead, V. Susan..........................................................19 Berk, Laura E.................................................................................13, 29 Birckmayer, Jennifer..........................................................................15 Blakley, Barbara...................................................................................13 Blau, Rosalie.........................................................................................13 Bloom, Paula Jorde....................................................................32, 33 Bodrova, Elena.............................................................................16, 26 Boise, Phil.............................................................................................31 Bowman, Barbara................................................................................11 Brady, Elizabeth H..............................................................................13 Bredekamp, Sue.......................................................................4, 5, 18 Brenneman, Kimberly.......................................................................22 Bronson, Martha B.............................................................................13 Bruno, Holly Elissa..............................................................................32 Burnham, Melissa M.........................................................................29

C Campbell, Phillipa..............................................................................38 Carlson, Frances M.....................................................................10, 12 Chalufour, Ingrid................................................................................23 Chazan-Cohen, Rachel......................................................................38 Child Care Exchange.........................................................................32 Colker, Laura J....................................................................................22 Copeland, Sherry M..........................................................................16 Copley, Juanita V................................................................................21 Copple, Carol......................................................................4, 5, 18, 36 Cross, Ariel..........................................................................................38 Crowley, Kathy.....................................................................................17

D Da Ros-Voseles, Denise....................................................................15 Derman-Sparks, Louise.....................................................................36 DeVries, Rheta....................................................................................22 Dichtelmiller, Margo L.......................................................................26 Diffily, Deborah...................................................................................27 Dodge, Diane Trister..........................................................................27 Dombro, Amy Laura............................................................................28 Donoghue, Elaine A...........................................................................24 Dowling, Jan Levanger......................................................................38 Downer, Jason T.................................................................................37 Dragan, Pat Barrett............................................................................37 Duke, Nell K.........................................................................................19 Dyson, Anne Haas.............................................................................37

E Edwards, Carolyn Pope....................................................................15 Edwards, Julie Olsen........................................................................36 Enz, Billie J...........................................................................................26 Epstein, Ann S.............................................................................10, 28 Espinosa, Linda...................................................................................34 Essa, Eva L...........................................................................................29

G Galinsky, Ellen.....................................................................................10 Galper, Alice........................................................................................22 Gartrell, Dan.........................................................................................11 Gelman, Rochel...................................................................................22 Genishi, Celia.......................................................................................37 Gersten, Russell...................................................................................21 Gilliam, Walters...................................................................................29 Goffin, Stacie G..................................................................................35 Golinkoff, Roberta Michnick............................................................13 Gonzalez-Mena, Janet..........................................................5, 30, 36 Grady, Marilyn L.................................................................................33 Greenman, Jim...................................................................................31 Grollman, Sharon...............................................................................22 Gronlund, Gaye...................................................................................16 Gropper, Nancy ..................................................................................11 Gullo, Dominic F..................................................................................17

H Helm, Judy Harris.......................................................................26, 28 Hemmeter, Mary Louise...................................................................38 Henderson, Barbara...........................................................................29 Hentschel, Ann...................................................................................32 HighScope Early Childhood Staff...................................................30 Hirsch, Elisabeth S.............................................................................12 Hirsh-Pasek, Kathy.............................................................................13 Hoffman, Janet Andron....................................................................14 Honig, Alice S.....................................................................................15 Howes, Carollee..........................................................................35, 37 Hynes-Berry, Mary.............................................................................18 Hyson, Marilou....................................................................................28

J Jablon, Judy R..............................................................................26, 28 Jacobs, Gera........................................................................................17 Jalongo, Mary Renck.........................................................................19 Jervis, Kathe.......................................................................................10 Jones, Elizabeth.....................................................................13, 17, 33

K Kaiser, Barbara....................................................................................14 Katz, Lilian G.................................................................................10, 28 Kennedy, Anne....................................................................................15 Keyser, Janis........................................................................................27 Klinkner, Joan .....................................................................................11 Koralek, Derry...................................................................................8, 9 Kostelnik, Marjorie J.........................................................................33 Kovach, Beverly...................................................................................15 Kraft, Colleen A..................................................................................24

L Lasky, Lila.............................................................................................20 Leong, Deborah J...............................................................................16 Lewin-Benham, Ann..........................................................................29

M Macdonald, Gay.................................................................................22 Manfredi/Petitt, Lynn A...................................................................27

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N National Council of Teachers of Mathematics..............................21 National Resource Center for Health and Safety in Child Care and Early Education (NRC).....................................25 Nemeth, Karen N...............................................................................37 Neugebauer, Bonnie...................................................................12, 33 Neugebauer, Roger............................................................................33 Neuman, Susan B........................................................................16, 18 Newman-Gonchar, Rebecca............................................................21 Nimmo, John.......................................................................................17

O Owocki, Gretchen..............................................................................19

P Passe, Angele Sancho......................................................................27 Perry, Gail.............................................................................................29 Pianta, Robert C..........................................................................35, 37 Polland, Barbara K.............................................................................10 Pollman, Mary Jo...............................................................................23

R Raikes, Helen H..................................................................................15 Ramminger, Ann.................................................................................11 Ramsey, Patricia G.............................................................................36 Rasminsky, Judy Sklar......................................................................14 Reynolds, Gretchen............................................................................13 Riley, Dave............................................................................................11 Riley-Ayers, Shannon........................................................................18 Ritchie, Sharon...................................................................................55 Rivkin, Mary S. ...................................................................................12 Robinson, Adele.................................................................................35 Rogers, Cosby S.................................................................................12 Román, Moisés...................................................................................22 Roskos, Kathleen................................................................................16 Rush, Dathan D..................................................................................32

S Sales, Christina...................................................................................22 San Juan, Robert R.............................................................................11 Sandall, Susan....................................................................................38 Sanders, Stephen W.........................................................................25 Sawyers, Janet K...............................................................................12 Schickedanz, Judith A...............................................................19, 30 Schneider, Lynne.................................................................................13 Schwartz, Sydney L...........................................................................16 Seefeldt, Carol.....................................................................................22 Shareef, Intisar ..................................................................................36 Shelden, M’Lisa...................................................................................32 Shope, Timothy R...............................................................................24 Singer, Dorothy....................................................................................13 Smith, Barbara J................................................................................38 Spahr, Patricia M................................................................................24 Sprung, Barbara..................................................................................11 Stark, Deborah R................................................................................35 Steinheimer, Kathy............................................................................26 Stern, Francis......................................................................................21 Stetson, Charlotte..............................................................................28 Streibert, Catherine...........................................................................13 Strickland, Dorothy S........................................................................18 Stone, Jeanette G..............................................................................14 Stonehouse, Anne.............................................................................15 Summers, Susan J............................................................................38

T Tabors, Patton O................................................................................37 Thompson, Susan Conklin................................................................20 Torbert, Marianne..............................................................................13

V Vance, Emily..........................................................................................31

W Washington, Valora....................................................................35, 38 Weaver, Patricia Jiménez.................................................................31 Wien, Carol Anne...............................................................................16 Wilder-Smith, Barbara.......................................................................16 Willer, Barbara....................................................................................55 Winsler, Adam....................................................................................29 Worth, Karen................................................................................22, 23

Z Zavitkovsky, Ann................................................................................13 Zavitkovsky, Docia.............................................................................13 Zero to Three.......................................................................................15 Zigler, Edward.....................................................................................29

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