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Author Gordon, Ann Miles.

Title Guiding young children in a diverse society / Ann Gordon, Kathryn Williams Browne.

Published Boston : Allyn and Bacon, [1996]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Giblin Eunson  372.18 GORD    AVAILABLE
Physical description xi, 272 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Ch. 1. Understanding Children and Behavior -- Ch. 2. Theories of Guidance and Discipline -- Ch. 3. Guidance Techniques -- Ch. 4. Issues of Diversity: Family, Culture, Gender, and Ability -- Ch. 5. The Very Young Child (Infancy through Two Years) -- Ch. 6. Guiding the Preschool Child: Three to Five Years -- Ch. 7. The School-Age Child: Five to Eight Years.
Summary One of the early childhood professional's greatest challenges is understanding and appropriately handling children's behavior. This unique book is aimed at encouraging readers to build their own personal theory of discipline based on the understanding of good guidance principles, the development of young children and the cultural issues they bring to the early childhood setting.
Other author Browne, Kathryn Williams.
Subject School children -- United States.
Child development -- United States.
Children -- United States -- Conduct of life.
School children -- United States -- Discipline.
Cultural pluralism -- United States.
ISBN 020515798X