7 edition of Children and their environments found in the catalog.
Children and their environments
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||[edited by] Christopher Spencer and Mark Blades|
|Contributions||Spencer, C. P, Blades, Mark|
|LC Classifications||BF723.S63 C455 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 279 p. :|
|Number of Pages||279|
|ISBN 10||0521837782, 0521546826|
A child’s early home environment has a profound effect on his well-being. Beginning in infancy, a problematic home environment can disrupt the brain’s stress response system, reduce the quality of caregiving a child receives, and interfere with healthy development.1 Research has linked negative home environments during children’s first threeFile Size: KB. The Children, Youth and Environments journal disseminates knowledge and stimulates discussion in support of inclusive and sustainable environments for children and youth everywhere.. ABOUT. The CYE journal is a peer-reviewed, multi-disciplinary, online journal, highlighting the physical environments where children and youth live, learn, work and play.
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Get access. Buy the print book This fascinating book examines theories of children's perceptions of space and place and explores how these theories are applied to the world of children.
The focus is on children in large real world spaces; places that children live in. The great challenge of the twenty-first century may well be achieving sustainable development – which is ‘development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs’ (WCED, 8).
Children stand at the heart of this definition in two respects. First, concern for future generations, which takes form in each new Cited by: This fascinating book examines theories of children's perceptions of space and place and explores how these theories are applied to the world of children.
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The environments were influenced by teachers’ knowledge of children’s texts and their children as readers and by the complementary practices of reading aloud, booktalk and independent reading time. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
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Description: Children, Youth and Environments (CYE) is an international, multidisciplinary online journal that disseminates knowledge with the goal of stimulating discussion and action in support of inclusive, sustainable, and healthy environments for children and youth everywhere.
CYE carries original peer-‐reviewed research papers, reports on innovative and reflective practice. Children and their Environments This fascinating book examines theories of children’s perceptions of space and place and explores how these theories are applied to the world of children.
The focus is on children in large real world spaces; places that. Get this from a library. Children and their environments: learning, using, and designing spaces. [Christopher Spencer; Mark Blades;] -- This book examines theories of children's perceptions of space and place.
It will appeal to environmental and developmental psychologists and geographers, and also to planners by linking research on. **Books for kids: This book is designed for the category of preschool books but is also suitable for beginner readers.** **This book will be a lot of fun for toddlers go look at and to hear their parents or teachers read to them.
They can discover with you /5(16). Essays that discuss how built environments affect children’s health, behavior, education, imagination, and their connection to the earth. The book draws on the first author’s experience designing schools, kindergartens, and childcare centers, but it generalizes design principles to home environments as well.
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Play and the Learning 10 Environment CHAPTER need to be down on the floor exploring their environments with toys to look at, listening to things around them, feeling, chewing, pushing, pulling, stacking, rolling, turning, squeezing, and shaking Research on children’s play environments indicates that between 30 and 50 square feet of.
Children deserve to spend their days in well-designed environments that support their needs and stimulate their learning. Adults who spend their days teaching and caring for young children deserve environments that maximize their skills. Caring Spaces, Learning Places is a book of ideas, observations, problems.
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Addressing considerations like choosing interesting materials, setting up safe and inviting environments, and why you are the most important element of play for very young children, the authors come alongside to help you. Read children’s cues and respond to. When parents read books aloud to their children from an early age, this offers notable advantages for children’s vocabulary development.
This gives them a broader range of possible word choices. Responsive learning environments are welcoming and engaging. They are tailored to the individual needs and interests of all children. Learning environments include classrooms, play spaces, homes, and outdoor areas.
They also include other areas visited by a .Also, children can build special places such as wooden houses, clubhouses built with waste materials, cottages, and so on, for their own needs in their environments.
These places built by the children are an important indicator of their expectations from the by: 2."Helping children in adversity to transcend their difficult circumstances is hard and often painful work. It can be depressing, discouragingeven infuriating.
But what the research shows is that it can also make a tremendous difference, not only in the lives of individual children and their families, but in our communities and our nation as a whole/5.