The Importance of Play in Early Childhood Classrooms: Teacher Training

This training program is for teachers in the early childhood education field. It discusses the best practices of using play to help children reach their greatest learning development in the developmental domains: social-emotional; cognitive; language; and perceptual and fine-motor skills. I used collaborative learning teams and relied heavily on McTighe's backward design using his unit frameworks. More
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About David Pollitt

Currently writer of Christian Science Fiction with a six-book series. With three-book Christian nonfiction series on the new covenant species. Additionally, writes educational training books for management and universities. Big sailboat buff spending spare time when not writing restoring old sail boats. Spends time doing editing projects for publishers and authors. Spent years as a finance and business professor. Works for the AT&T Corporation in Nashville, Tennessee and has for the last 11 years. His three newest writing projects are The Noah Clan: Dark Nephilim Seeds followed by Floaters, Black Ice, Musterion: The 13th Disciple, and White Wings.

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