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The Educator's Center Guide to Understanding Child Development: Supporting Healthy Academic and Emotional Growth
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  • Genre/Book Topic: Early Childhood Resource
  • Publisher: Scholastic Teacher Resources
  • Recommended Age: 4-8 years
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The Educator's Center Guide to Understanding Child Development: Supporting Healthy Academic and Emotional Growth

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Educators and parents alike recognize that children don't grow up simply by adding inches and pounds—child development is a much richer mix of physical, cognitive, social, and emotional growth. Though children make progress at their own pace, educators can help them on their individual paths. Understanding the many ways in which children grow forms the essence of good teaching. If you appreciate the ebbs and flows of development, you can teach children with more insight and confidence, and offer support and guidance to their parents and caregivers. Problems can arise, of course, in every child's life. Dr. Mayes's reassuring approach helps educators understand the nature of a problem, how they can address it, and when and where to go for help with concerns such as learning disabilities, bullying, sibling rivalry, depression, anger, and other difficult feelings. This guide will be an incredible resource on every educator's bookshelf.

  • Genre/Book Topic: Early Childhood Resource
  • Publisher: Scholastic Teacher Resources
  • Recommended Age: 4-8 years
  • ISBN: 9781338787856
  • Helps parents and teachers understand the many ways in which children grow forms the essence of good teaching
  • Dr. Mayes's reassuring approach helps educators understand the nature of a problem, how they can address it, and when and where to go for help with concerns
  • This guide will be an incredible resource on every educator's bookshelf.
  • 192 Pages