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Teaching Strategies / March 19, 2017

Skill-Building Journal: Caring for Preschool Children, Third Edition

English | Item #: 777X

Price: $29.95

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Trainer's Guide: Caring for Preschool Children, Third Edition

English | Item #: 7761

Caring for Preschool Children, eCDA edition

English | Item #: 1669

Price: $54.95

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The Caring for … series is a comprehensive, setting-specific training program designed to foster excellence in early childhood education. Each set is organized into modules based on the 13 functional areas of the Child Development Associate (CDA) credential. Packed with information and exercises, these books help staff members build the knowledge and skills they need to work effectively with children. They are ideal for use in customized staff development sessions, college courses, or ongoing workshops.

Caring for Preschool Children, Third Edition

  • Safe
  • Healthy
  • Learning Environment
  • Physical
  • Cognitive
  • Communication
  • Creative
  • Self
  • Social
  • Guidance
  • Families
  • Program Management
  • Professionalism

Includes: 366 pages, paperback

Skill-Building Journal: Caring for Preschool Children, Third Edition

Our Skill-Building Journal accompanies, Third Edition, and provides flexibility for use in college programs and in-service training programs. It includes learning activities that help build skills and knowledge as staff work with children every day. The personal, friendly tone and user-friendly format make it practical and easy to use.

Includes: 344 pages, paperback

The Trainer's Guide to Caring for Preschool Children

The Trainer's Guide to Caring for Preschool Children offers specific suggestions for implementing the program and providing feedback to staff. It includes knowledge assessments, answer sheets, observation forms with checklists, and tracking forms.

Includes: 189 pages, lay-flat paperback

Caring for Preschool Children, eCDA edition

edition addresses the professional competency standards that form the core of accreditation and credentialing programs. Intended for use in conjunction with the eCDA program the modules are organized around the 13 functional areas of the Child Development Associate (CDA) credential (see above for list).

Note: If you are not a registrant of the eCDA program, please consider, Third Edition, or visit our eCDA page for more information about the eCDA program.

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