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Building Blocks for Teaching Preschoolers with
Building Blocks for Teaching Preschoolers with

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Galleon Product ID 40089394
Shipping Weight 1.04 lbs
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Manufacturer Brookes Publishing
Shipping Dimension 10.91 x 8.5 x 0.79 inches
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Product Description Endorsed by DEC as supporting Recommended Practices! Expanded with timely new content and consistent with DEC Recommended Practices, the third edition of this bestselling book will fully prepare a new generation of early childhood educators to teach and include every child. Like the groundbreaking previous editions, this updated Building Blocks guide gives pre‐ and inservice teachers three types of practical, evidence‐based inclusion strategies: curriculum modifications, embedded learning opportunities, and child‐focused instructional strategies. Educators will learn how to apply these three strategies for the benefit of all children; review the latest research that supports the Building Blocks model; and find ready‐to‐use tips and guidance on key topics, such as fostering friendships, encouraging independence, and promoting positive behavior. Reproducible forms help with planning and assessment, and seven comprehensive new training modules make it easy to teach the Building Blocks framework in college courses and professional development sessions. Equally useful as a student‐friendly textbook and a go‐to inclusion guide for practicing educators, this is a resource teachers will return to again and again for proven, easy‐to‐use strategies that support the success of every young learner. NEW GUIDANCE AND TIPS ON: Applying UDL principles to engage every student in your diverse classroom Integrating literacy and STEAM into daily activities and routines Supporting the executive function skills of all young learners Applying new and expanded curriculum modifications Collaborating successfully with other team members to ensure the best child outcomes Conducting classroom quality assessment Includes 7 training modules! Using the Building Blocks framework Conducting ongoing child assessment Planning for the individual child Using visuals to support learning Applying the Building Blocks framework to math and science Applying the framework to challenging classroom behavior Extending the framework to infants and toddlers Each module includes a slide deck, presentation notes, learning activities, and a list of other resources and references. View our recorded webinar: presented by Susan Sandall, Ph.D. Review "I am pleased to see that the new edition of Building Blocks contains many of the elements from the second edition that are so helpful to teachers who work in inclusive classrooms (e.g., useful forms, vignettes, suggestions for modifications according to activities in a child's day). However, there are excellent additions that make it worthwhile to acquire the 3rd edition of Building Blocks. Notably, the authors have added information on STEAM and executive functioning. Both are topics that are regularly considered in today's early childhood programs. I am especially excited about the professional development modules that will accompany the book when purchased. Building Blocks has been a useful text for our undergraduate Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education certification program. Having modules available that match the topics of the book will prove very useful for faculty who choose the book as a text for their classes." -- Jennifer Grisham-Brown, Ed.D. About the Author Dr. Sandall is Professor Emeritus at the University of Washington. She has directed personnel preparation projects, developed curriculum materials for all age groups, and published materials on educational practices to facilitate optimal outcomes for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers with disabilities. Her scholarly interests are effective instructional practices for young children with disabilities in inclusive settings, the changing roles of teachers of young children, and effective approaches to professional development and knowledge utilization. She was Principal Investigator of the National Center on Quality Teaching and Learning for the Office of Head Start; the Center continues its work as the EarlyEd