Child Guidance

Autor: Ellen Gould Harmon White
Publisher: Review and Herald Pub Assoc
ISBN: 9781904685074
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Positive Child Guidance

Autor: Darla Ferris Miller
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1305537149
File Size: 25,76 MB
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POSITIVE CHILD GUIDANCE, Eighth Edition, is ideal for guidance, behavior management and discipline, and classroom management courses in an early childhood education curriculum. This practical book outlines workable steps for creating a cooperative, respectful community of children and adults with special emphasis on sensitivity to cultural needs, cultural differences, and developmentally appropriate practice. Students will learn a range of practical, effective, and flexible guidance strategies based on principles of straightforward communication and assertiveness. This new edition includes critical advances in research and addresses the cultural trends that are changing the way babies and children are cared for today. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Taming The Troublesome Child

Autor: Kathleen W. Jones
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674868113
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When our children act up--whether they're just moody and rebellious or taking drugs and committing crimes--our solution, so often now, is to send them to a psychiatrist or developmental psychologist for help. What makes us think this will work? How did we come to rely on psychological explanations--and corrections--for juvenile misconduct? In Taming the Troublesome Child, these questions lead to the complex history of "child guidance," a specialized psychological service developed early in the twentieth century. Kathleen Jones puts this professional history into the context of the larger culture of age, class, and gender conflict. Using the records of Boston's Judge Baker Guidance Center from 1920 to 1945, she looks at the relationships among the social activists, doctors, psychologists, social workers, parents, and young people who met in the child guidance clinic, then follows the clinicians as they adapt delinquency work to the problems of nondelinquent children--an adaptation that often entailed a harsh critique of American mothers. Her book reveals the uses to which professionals and patients have put this interpretation of juvenile misbehavior, and the conditions that mother-blaming has imposed on social policy and private child rearing to this day.

Child Guidance Through Play

Autor: Charles H. Wolfgang
Publisher: Pearson College Division
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"Child Guidance Through Play"gives child guidance theory, constructs, examples, and practical suggestions for dealing with the difficult behaviors seen among most children ages 2 to 7. This text is invaluable in providing practical applications and techniques for preservice and inservice teachers who use a play-centered active learning philosophy. You will also find many suggestions for limit-setting and developmental methods using play to facilitate development of the child's social skills. Features Demonstrates teacher's actions in setting limits with cartoon-like figures, providing a quick reference to content topics (Ch. 3). Provides a listing of resources including Internet sites for parents and pre-service teachers to consult when dealing with difficult behavior (Ch. 8). Key concepts are illustrated and personalized through the use of vignettes. Chapter 8 offers an inventory for pre-service teachers and parents to determine the type of play philosophy that is compatible with their values. Includes techniques by noted scholars and psychologists, including Erikson, Mahler, Freud, and Piaget. Author bio: Charles H. Wolfgang has provided discipline training nationally and internally for over 25 years. He has been a classroom teacher at the preschool, elementary, and middle school levels; a counselor in a boarding hig school; and a school principal and owner/manager of his own private preschool/day care center. His theoretical framework is based on his scholarly work as a professor of education at The Ohio State University, The University of Virginia, and Florida State University.

Child Guidance In Britain 1918 1955

Autor: John Stewart
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317319117
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Stewart presents a history of child guidance in Britain from its origins in the years after the First World War until the consolidation of the welfare state. This is the first study of child guidance in this period and makes a significant contribution to the historiography.

Child Guidance

Autor: Ellen Gould Harmon White
Publisher: Review and Herald Pub Assoc
ISBN: 9781904685074
File Size: 76,47 MB
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