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  • Author:
    Sue Bredekamp,Carol Copple
  • ISBN:
    1928896642
  • ISBN13:
    978-1928896647
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    The National Association of Education of Young Children; Third edition (December 16, 2008)
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    368 pages
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Her previous publications include Developmentally Appropriate Practice in Early Childhood Programs (Bredekamp & Copple 1997), Basics of. .Sue Bredekamp is an early childhood education consultant in Washington, DC.

Her previous publications include Developmentally Appropriate Practice in Early Childhood Programs (Bredekamp & Copple 1997), Basics of Developmentally Appropriate Practice: An Introduction for Teachers of Children 3 to 6 (Bredekamp & Copple 2006), and Education the Young Thinker: Classroom Strategies for Cognitive Growth (Copple, Sigel, & Saunders 1984). She received her doctorate from Cornell University.

Carol E. Copple, Sue Bredekamp. Fully revised and expanded, the 2009 version comes with a supplementary CD containing readings on key topics, plus video examples showing developmentally appropriate practice in action

Fully revised and expanded, the 2009 version comes with a supplementary CD containing readings on key topics, plus video examples showing developmentally appropriate practice in action.

Fully revised and expanded, the 2009 version comes with a supplementary CD containing readings on key topics, plus video examples showing developmentally appropriate practice in action.

National Association for the Education for Young Children (2009), Developmentally Appropriate Practice in Early Childhood Programs Serving Children from Birth through Age 8 (PDF), Washington, DC: Author.

Developmentally Appropriate Practice in Early Childhood Programs. Washington, DC: NAEYC. Ginsburg; Leinwand; Anstrom; Pollock (February 7, 2005). National Association for the Education for Young Children (2009), Developmentally Appropriate Practice in Early Childhood Programs Serving Children from Birth through Age 8 (PDF), Washington, DC: Author. Developmentally Appropriate Play: Guiding Young Children to a Higher Level (1st e. Kostelnik, M. Soderman, A. Whiren, A. Rupiper, M. L. (2015).

Many early childhood educators are already quite concerned about the current climate of increased high-stakes testing adversely affecting children in grades K 3, and they fear extension of these effects to even younger children

Many early childhood educators are already quite concerned about the current climate of increased high-stakes testing adversely affecting children in grades K 3, and they fear extension of these effects to even younger children. Even learning standards, though generally supported in principle in the early childhood world, 29 are sometimes questioned in practice because they can have negative effects.

Carol Copple, Sue Bredekamp. Fully revised and expanded, the 2009 version comes with a supplementary CD containing readings on key topics, plus video examples showing developmentally appropriate practice in action

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Developmentally appropriate practices in early childhood programs serving children from birth through age 8. Bredekamp, Sue. The Relationship Between Early Childhood Education and Early Childhood Special Education: Healthy Marriage or Family Feud? Topics in Early Childhood Special Education (Fall 1993): 258-274. The samples are free to use, but have to be cited appropriately.

Copple, Carol, E. Bredekamp, Sue, Ed. National Association for the Education of Young Children

Copple, Carol, E. National Association for the Education of Young Children. Primary Grades-Ages 6-8: An Overview (Heather Biggar Tomlinson); (9) Developmentally Appropriate Practice in the Primary Grades-Ages 6-8: Examples to Consider; and (10) Frequently Asked Questions about Developmentally Appropriate Practice.

The book Developmentally Appropriate Practice has been an essential resource for the early childhood field since its first edition in 1987. This third edition is the most extensive yet, fully revised to align with the latest research on development, learning, and teaching effectiveness.In this book, early childhood practitioners and students will find a wealth of information:• NAEYC’s official Position Statement on Developmentally Appropriate Practice• A chapter by Carol Copple and Sue Bredekamp that makes clear the connection between DAP and excellent teaching, and challenges the field to think about developmentally appropriate practice with more openness and precision• Overviews of children’s development and learning in four periods of life: the infant and toddler years, the preschool years, the kindergarten year, and the primary grades• Pages of specific examples for each age period describing key practices seen in high-quality early childhood settings (centers and school classrooms as well as family child care)―and, by contrast, practices that are less likely to serve children wellA CD of additional resource material will further support learning:• More than 60 readings (pdf format) taken from Young Children articles and NAEYC’s books and position statements that relate to, expand on, and explain DAP concepts mentioned in the book• Two dozen video examples from real early childhood classrooms, plus commentary text, that highlight significant elements of developmentally appropriate practice in action

Kulafyn
Use this book frequently in my college Early Childhood courses. Contains lots of very useful information regarding developing children. Has chapters for each year, beginning at birth all the way to the elementary years, with breakdowns of appropriate practices and "what to expects." Highly recommend for Early Childhood teachers and caregivers. Great research-based information with suggestions.

Corresponds with NAEYC articles on NAEYC website.
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This book is very useful to me. I bought it a few semesters back for a class, and I am still using it. It comes in handy when dealing with young children :) It shipped fast and was cheaper than buying it elsewhere!
Ylonean
I love this book. I use it for my Bachelor's level course textbook. It is very convenient and provides examples throughout the book. It is also a great tool to use as a source of research about early education.
I received the wrong edition! I need the 3rd edition (as shown in the picture) and received edition 6....