Child Development and Education

Teresa M. McDevitt
Includes (1) a chapter overview to give students an overall picture of topics included in the chapter, (2) discussions of common student beliefs and misconceptions to alert students to widely held beliefs that may interfere with effective learning, (3) focus questions for students to answer as they read the chapter, and later test themselves about their comprehension of chapter content, (4) application exercises to give students practice in recognizing concepts and principles being acted out in the classroom through children's and teacher's behavior, (5) chapter glossary, and (6) sample test questions.


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