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Association for Childhood Education International

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Works: 386 works in 825 publications in 1 language and 22,961 library holdings
Genres: Periodicals  Conference papers and proceedings  Bibliography  Case studies  Handbooks and manuals  Lists  Criticism, interpretation, etc  Folk songs 
Roles: Other, Publisher, Author, Editor
Classifications: LB1141, 372
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Childhood education by Association for Childhood Education International( )

in English and held by 2,709 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Journal of research in childhood education : JRCE( )

in English and held by 2,049 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Bibliography, books for children by Association for Childhood Education International( )

in English and held by 476 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Creative dramatics for all children by Emily Gillies( Book )

3 editions published in 1973 in English and held by 400 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This pamphlet provides suggestions for teachers for using creative dramatics in the classroom. The contents include: "Dr. Edwin Land Considers the Nature of Creativity"; "Six Basic Principles for Using Creative Dramatics with All Children," which discusses tuning in the senses, listening and recording, pantomime, rhythms and movement, presenting a story, discussion and constructive criticism, and justification for planning creative dramatics in the school week; "Twenty Resources for Creative Dramatics," which presents resources in the areas of creative spirit and creative dramatics; "Creative Dramatics When English Is a Second Language," which discusses a program for working with children for whom English is a second language; "Creative Dramatics with the Emotionally Disturbed," which presents a program that includes motivation, pantomime, sound, touch, and creative play; and "Creative Dramatics with the Brain Injured," which discusses a program for initiating creative dramatics with brain-injured children. (Wr)
Literature with children by Association for Childhood Education International( Book )

9 editions published between 1961 and 1972 in English and held by 395 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Articles concerning the teaching of literature to children are presented. "Providing Balanced Contacts with Literature for Children" covers the potential of literature in the curriculum. In "The Classics in Children's Literature," a classic is defined as a book or story or poem that usually has long outlived its author. "Fostering Lifetime Reading Habits at Home and School" points out that style in reading and taste in selecting are significant in the reading guidance parents and teachers offer to children. In "Children as Critics," it is pointed out that literary criticism is a cumulative developmental process and that all readers can and must be critics. "Records of Children's Reading" gives suggestions for keeping records of the child's listening and reading. "Enjoying Poetry with Children" points out that the young child comes to school an essentially poetic being and presents a list of well-known children's poets. Remaining articles are entitled: "Choral Reading in the Classroom,""Storytelling,""Dramatizing Literature,""Creative Experiences with Literature,""Using Multi-Media Experiences with Literature," and "Teacher Resources for Literature with Children." (Ck)
Educators healing racism by Nancy L., Ed Quisenberry( Book )

2 editions published in 1999 in English and held by 385 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book presents a collection of essays on racism and the role of teachers in healing racism. There are three sections with nine papers. After an "Introduction" (D. John McIntyre), Section 1, "Historical Perspectives," includes: (1) "Racism in Education" (Gwendolyn Duhon Boudreaux, Rose Duhon-Sells, Alice Duhon-Ross, and Halloway C. Sells); and (2) "History of Racism: Social, Political, and Psychological Perspectives on Modernity" (H. Prentice Baptiste, Jr., James B. Boyer, Socorro Herrera, and Kevin Murry). Section 2, "Instructional Perspectives," includes (3) "Healing the Wounds of Instructional Racism" (Patricia Larke, Gwendolyn Webb-Johnson, Ronald Rochon, and Mary Anderson); (4) "Family Involvement: Empowering Families To Heal Racism" (Phyllis Y. Hammonds and Cathy Gutierrez-Gomez); (5) "Dealing with Issues of Racism in the Classroom: Preservice and Beginning Teachers" (Norvella P. Carter, Anne Gayles-Felton, Robert Hilliard, and Larry A. Vold); (6) "Issues in Healing Racism in Teaching and Teacher Education: a Case Studies Approach" (Fredda D. Carroll, Carol Felder, and Phyllis Y. Hammonds); and (7) "Beyond Instructional Racism: The Integrative Curriculum of Brown Barge Middle School" (Porter Lee Troutman, Jr., Richard Powell, Elaine Jarchow, Linda Fussell, and Donna Imatt). Section 3, "Social Perspectives," includes (8) "Can Technology Deliver on its Promise of Being the Great Equalizer? Some Reflections on the Participation of Disadvantaged Students in Technology" (P. Rudy Mattai, Robert L. Perry, and Walter S. Polka) and (9) "Who Shall Have the Moral Courage To Heal Racism in America? Ate Keynote Address, February 27, 1996" (G. Pritchy Smith). (All papers contain references.) (Sm)
Children are centers for understanding media by Susan, Ed Rice( Book )

6 editions published between 1973 and 1978 in English and held by 335 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Because of the importance of television in the lives of our children--they spend more time with it than in school--it makes sense that they should learn to process the vast input from television and become knowing and active about the media. This collection of essays presents ideas by contributors outside of the "painfully vague conclusions of the research about the impact of the media on children." Essays consider such concepts as television as a source of literacy and becoming, a project which allowed children to use film equipment, a partial list of some educational functions of the camera, resources for further study, information about beginning photography, filmmaking without cameras, flipbooks, animation, storyboarding, creative filmmaking for children, sound, a children's film theatre, a primer for video studies, and a selection of media activities employing materials commonly found in schools. (Sh)
Feelings and learning by Association for Childhood Education International( Book )

5 editions published in 1965 in English and held by 310 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

When children play : proceedings of the International Conference on Play and Play Environments by International Conference on Play and Play Environments( Book )

4 editions published in 1985 in English and held by 298 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Learning centers: children on their own by Virginia Rapport( Book )

4 editions published in 1970 in English and held by 293 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This document is a collection of nine essays by different authors. The emphasis of all the essays is on individualized instruction for children and the teacher's role in it. The following essays are included: a) "Personalized Teaching and Individualized Learning"; b) "The Changing Role of the Teacher"; c) "Organization for Individual Work"; d) "Evaluating and Recording Children's Activities: Diagnosing Educational Need"; e) "Children on Their Own--Centers and Stations for Learning"; f) "Helpful Hardware"; 9) "Those Wide Open Spaces"; h) "Dimensions of Freedom"; and "Learning out of Bounds." (Ja)
Children and TV; television's impact on the child by Association for Childhood Education International( Book )

5 editions published between 1967 and 1981 in English and held by 290 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Various points of view are presented on the effect of television upon children. Contents--(1) television, tiger by the tail--erna christensen. (2) television's impact on the child--ralph garry. (3) some research on tv--paul A. witty. (4) the curriculum content of children's television programs and commercials--marie townsend moore and juliana townsend gensley. (5) teachers and tv--elinor richardson. Educational television and children--frederick breitenfeld, jr. (7) teaching children to analyze television advertising--lee bennett hopkins. (8) the unguarded hours--betty longstreet and frank orme. Parents, their children and television--patricia L. swenson. (10) a parent's view of tv--lyn day. (11) parents say ... (12) our children learn from tv--arthur D. mcintire. (13) public television, a cultural overkill--richard schickell. This document is available as bulletin 21-a for $1.25 from the association for childhood education international, 3615 wisconsin avenue, N.W., washington, D.C. 20016. (lg)
Testing and evaluation : new views by Monroe D Cohen( Book )

3 editions published in 1975 in English and held by 284 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The methods and procedures of education in our schools must be reexamined according to the writers who have contributed to this document. This is most strongly felt in the areas of testing and evaluation for it is these areas that may have the greatest impact on a child's educational career. This document is presented in three sections: (1) An Overview, (2) Testing Problems and Possibilities, and (3) Some Examples of Meaniful Evaluation. Each author has set forth what they see as inadequacies in the evaluation and testing procedures of our educational systems. The role of student and teacher are considered throughout the document. (Dep)
Songs children like : folk songs from many lands by Association for Childhood Education International( )

5 editions published between 1943 and 1958 in English and No Linguistic content and held by 256 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

When children move from school to school by Association for Childhood Education International( Book )

9 editions published between 1960 and 1981 in English and held by 251 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This bulletin examines the impact upon children of the increase in the general population's mobility. Particularly since World War ii, as our industrial society has become more highly organized and as transportation facilities have increased, there has been a tremendous increase in the number of families moving from one place to another. How these moves from known neighborhoods, schools, and communities are made and to what extent the children are taken into consideration in planning often make a great difference in the psychosocial development of the child. Long- and short-range planning for such a move is discussed in light of the child's own self-understanding and, more specifically, what parents, teachers, and children can do to make the change of school and community less difficult. Other sections of the bulletin include helping migrant children learn while they continue to move, integrating the new child into the classroom, and a reading list that includes books related to a wide range of experiences met by children in new school situations. (Author/SES)
Migrant children: their education by Sylvia Sunderlin( Book )

3 editions published between 1971 and 1992 in English and held by 236 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Bits & pieces : imaginative uses for children's learning by Association for Childhood Education International( Book )

4 editions published between 1967 and 1976 in English and held by 235 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Play: children's business, and A guide to play materials by Association for Childhood Education International( Book )

3 editions published between 1963 and 1974 in English and held by 230 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Nutrition and intellectual growth in children by Association for Childhood Education International( Book )

5 editions published in 1969 in English and held by 222 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Developing programs for infants and toddlers by Texas Conference on Infancy( Book )

2 editions published in 1977 in English and held by 216 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This collection of conference papers (presented at the 1975 Texas Conference on Infancy sponsored by the Association for Childhood Education International) is directed primarily to caretakers, potential caretakers, and parents of young children. Articles included are: (1) Some Observations on Group Care of Infants; (2) What a State Can Do--For Infants; (3) How to Establish and Operate an Infant-Toddler Development Project; (4) Day Care: Planning for Learning in Infancy; (5) a Day in the Kramer Baby House; (6) a General Model of Programs for Handicapped Infants and their Families; (7) At Risk; and (8) Selected Information on Practical Resources for Infancy and Infancy Programs: An Abstract Bibliography. (Ms)
Understanding and nurturing infant development by Monroe D Cohen( Book )

3 editions published in 1976 in English and held by 214 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This publication contains six papers presented at the 1975 Texas Conference on Infancy. The papers present discussions of (1) intervention studies and programs for infants and families, (2) the interaction between infants and their caregivers, (3) mutual adaptation of mother and child, (4) discontinuous mothering, and (5) the emergence of self-concept. Also included is an abstract bibliography of recent infant research. "Intervention and Infant Education" traces the evolution of government programs for infants and families through the past ten years. "Competent Infants and Their Caregivers: The Feeling Is Mutual" discusses the development of competence through interaction with self, others, and inanimate objects. Ideas about ways infants learn, and descriptions of real life behaviors are presented to help caregivers understand the dynamics of developmental changes. "Reciprocal Interactions Between Infants and Mothers" explores the mutual adaptation of mother and child. It is proposed that the quality of feedback from the infant's actions influences the quality of his motivation for subsequent interaction and his competence in getting what he needs or wants. "Discontinuous Mothering - Expanding the Alternatives" reviews statistics associated with discontinuous mothering, describes its effects on children, and presents some alternatives. The need for quality caregiving is identified as a national problem, involving comprehensive economic, political and social factors. "Roots in Infancy for Later Development" points out the importance of self-concept in the development of a competent, healthy adult. (Author/SB)
 
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