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Theories of Childhood by Carol G. Mooney

Theories of Childhood

Description : A supplemental text for an Issues in Early Childhood Education or Introduction to Early Childhood Education course in Early Childhood Education departments or in Child and Family Studies departments. Covers five leading theorists whose perspectives are studied and applied widely in early childhood education. The book distills each theorist's work and explains how it relates to early care and education. Brief, inexpensive; a perfect complement to foundational courses.

Subtitle : An Introduction to Dewey, Montessori, Erickson, Piaget & Vygotsky

Authors : Carol G. Mooney

Published Date : 2005-07

Publisher : Prentice Hall

ISBN : 013172794X

Page : 103 Pages

Categories : Education

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Filesize: 6 MB

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