This comprehensive, user-friendly reference helps teachers and administrators use knowledge of child development to shape classrooms and schools where all children can succeed.
This book "invites every adult who teaches or cares for children to celebrate the ... developmental journey that occurs from ages four through fourteen. Combining ... information about the cognitive, social-emotional, and physical characteristics unique to each age with ... advice for how to apply this knowledge, [it] offers parents and educators a foundation for helping children grow and thrive"--Amazon.com.
Chip Wood has made developmentally based teaching the center of his educational practice, seeking to translate child development theory into meaningful applications for teachers and parents. A co-developer of Responsive Classroom and co-founder of Northeast Foundation for Children (now Center for Responsive Schools), Chip has served as principal of two public schools and was co-founder of Greenfield Center School.
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