Handbook of Research on Innovative Approaches to Early Childhood Development and School Readiness
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School readiness is as much about schools recognizing the existing capabilities and knowledge each child has when they enter school as it is about supporting children and families in their preparation for entering formal learning environments. Effective approaches that address learning variability must take these differences into account, recognizing and leveraging opportunities inherent in the child’s ecosystem of resources.
The Handbook of Research on Innovative Approaches to Early Childhood Development and School Readiness assembles the most current research and thought-leadership on the ways in which innovative education stakeholders are working together to impact the most critical years in a child’s life—the years leading up to and including kindergarten. Covering topics such as change agency, experience quality, and social-emotional development, this book is a crucial resource for educational researchers, child development professionals, school administrators, pre-K teachers, pre-service teachers, program managers, policymakers, non-profit service organizations, early childhood EdTech developers, curriculum developers, and academicians. --From publisher.
Annsley Frazier Thornton School of Education
Early childhood education research, Child development
Early Childhood Education | Education
Caill, Mary Ann, "Handbook of Research on Innovative Approaches to Early Childhood Development and School Readiness" (2021). Faculty Books. 85.