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    By Emily Vance

    Written by a teacher for teachers, this practical book offers teachers everything they need to know about what class meetings are, how to get started, and how to adapt the approach to their changing classrooms.  

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    By Diane E. Levin

    More and more of children’s attitudes, values, interests, and behavior run the risk of being controlled by their experiences with the popular media culture and screens instead of being actively created by children themselves. That is, childhood is becoming increasingly remote controlled. Learn how to counteract the potentially harmful impact media can have on both the process and content of children’s development and learning, and how to help families make informed decisions about the screen media in children’s lives. 

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    Journals

    Did you miss this issue of NAEYC's award winning journal Young Children? November 2006 features a cluster of articles on social skills, including important topics for teachers and program administrators. While supplies last.

    Did you miss this issue of NAEYC's award winning journal Young Children? November 2006 features a cluster of articles on social skills, including important topics for teachers and program administrators. While supplies last.

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    By Barbara Sprung, Merle Froschl, & Nancy Gropper

    A growing body of research has raised concerns about boys’ 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. Includes examples from the field, reflections on practice, field-tested classroom strategies, and key resources. From Teachers College Press.

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