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Child, Family, and CommunityFamily-Centered Early Care and Education

Child, Family, and CommunityFamily-Centered Early Care and Education 7th Edition

By: Janet Gonzalez-Mena
ISBN-10: 0134042271
/ ISBN-13: 9780133948714
Edition: 7th Edition
Language: English
				
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Child, Family, and Community Family-Centered Early Care and Education

Preface

    • New to this Edition
    • Other Changes and Additions
    • Foundational Ideas Supporting this Book
    • Instructor Supplements to this Text

Brief Contents

Contents

Chapter 1 The Child in Context of Family and Community

    • Learning Outcomes
    • Looking at Context through Bioecological Theory
    • Bronfenbrenner’s Bioecological Model
    • Family-Centered Approaches
    • Family-Centered Defined
    • The Benefits of Family-Centered Programs for Children
    • The Benefits of Family-Centered Education Programs for Teachers
    • The Benefits of Family-Centered Programs for Families
    • Mutual Benefits
    • History of Family-Centered Care and Education
    • Challenges to Creating Partnerships with Families
    • Multiple Lenses through Which to Look at Family-Centered Approaches
    • The Family Systems Theory Lens
    • The Whole Child Lens
    • Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
    • Culture as a Lens
    • Summary
    • Quiz
    • For Discussion
    • Websites
    • Harlem Children’s Zone
    • Kids Count Data Center
    • National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)
    • Head Start
    • The Harvard Family Research Project
    • Parent Services Project
    • The Ecological Model of Human Development
    • Further Reading

Chapter 2 Supporting Families around Issues of Attachment and Trust

    • Learning Outcomes
    • How Attachment and Trust are Related
    • The Development of Attachment and Trust
    • How Secondary Attachments Occur
    • Attachment Behaviors
    • Signs of Attachment in Infants
    • Obstacles to Attachment
    • Temperament and Attachment
    • Developmental Differences
    • Learning to Cope with Feelings of Loss
    • Varying Attachment Patterns
    • Bowlby and Ainsworth’s Research
    • Questions about Classic Attachment Research
    • Judging Attachment in a Cross-Cultural Situation
    • Effects of Child Care on Attachment
    • How Caregiver and Parent Roles Differ
    • Attachment in Full-Inclusion Programs
    • Summary
    • Quiz
    • For Discussion
    • WebSites
    • American Academy of Pediatrics
    • American SIDS Institute
    • Institute for Attachment and Child Development
    • Parent Services Project
    • Pikler Institute
    • Program for Infant/Toddler Caregivers (PITC)
    • Resources for Infant Educarers™
    • Zero to Three
    • Further Reading

Chapter 3 Supporting Families with Autonomy-Seeking Youngsters

    • Learning Outcomes
    • Signs of Developing Autonomy
    • Negativity
    • Exploration
    • Self-Help Skills
    • Self-Feeding.
    • Toileting.
    • A Sense of Possession
    • Dealing with Issues of Power and Control
    • Set Up a Developmentally Appropriate Environment
    • Appreciate Play
    • Encourage Self-Help Skills
    • Give Choices
    • Provide Control
    • Set Limits
    • Coping with Loss and Separation
    • Taking Separation in Small Steps
    • Entering Child Care
    • Helping Children Adjust.
    • Accepting Feelings.
    • Helping Children Cope.
    • Partnering with Families of Toddlers
    • Working with Families around Issues of Identity Development
    • Broadening Perspectives
    • Summary
    • Quiz
    • For Discussion
    • WebSites
    • Child Welfare
    • Parent Services Project
    • Let the Children Play
    • Zero to Three
    • Early Head Start National Resource Center
    • Pikler Institute
    • Program for Infant/Toddler Caregivers (PITC)
    • Resources for Infant Educarers™
    • Further Reading

Chapter 4 Sharing Views of Initiative with Families

    • Learning Outcomes
    • What Initiative Looks Like in a four-Year-Old
    • Analyzing Initiative in a Four-Year-Old
    • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
    • Developmental Conflicts
    • Imagination and Fantasy
    • The Value of Play for Young Children
    • How the Environment Contributes to a Sense of Initiative
    • Dimensions of Play Environments
    • How Adults Contribute to Children’s Initiative
    • Special Considerations for Children with Disabilities
    • The Shy Child
    • A Look at Aggression
    • Learned Aggression.
    • Aggression as the Result of Bottled-Up Feelings.
    • Physical Influences on Aggression.
    • Extreme Defensiveness.
    • Teaching Problem-solving Skills
    • Empowering the Preschool-Age Child
    • Summary
    • Quiz
    • For Discussion
    • Websites
    • Afraid to Ask
    • Center for Parent Information Resources
    • National Association for Family Child Care (NAFCC)
    • National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)
    • National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER)
    • Ounce of Prevention Fund
    • Further Reading

Chapter 5 Working with Families of School-Age Children

    • Learning Outcomes
    • School Is Different from Preschool
    • A Family-Centered Approach to Kindergarten
    • The School-Age Child and Stages of Development
    • Differences Families Notice Between School and Preschool
    • Finding out What Families Want for Their Children
    • Teaching Prosocial Skills and Morals
    • Looking at the Decision-Making Process as a Way of Exploring Morals
    • Lawrence Kohlberg.
    • Carol Gilligan and Nel Noddings.
    • The Power of Adult Attention
    • Paying Attention to the Behavior You Want to Continue
    • Using Affirmations
    • Children’s Response to Positive Adult Attention
    • Empty Praise versus Encouragement
    • Teaching Morals by Promoting Prosocial Development
    • Summary
    • Quiz
    • For Discussion
    • Websites
    • Afterschool Alliance
    • Council for Exceptional Children
    • Harvard Family Research Project
    • National after School Association
    • Resiliency in Action
    • Further Reading

Chapter 6 Societal Influences on Children and Families

    • Learning Outcomes
    • Socialization and the Family
    • The Issue of Bias
    • Classism.
    • Racism.
    • Schools as Socializing Agents
    • Getting into Kindergarten
    • Classroom Behavior
    • Responding to Diversity
    • Inequity and Schools
    • Other Agents of Socialization
    • The Peer Group as an Agent of Socialization
    • Functions of the Peer Group
    • Media and Technology as an Influence on Socialization
    • Commercial Advertising
    • Violence
    • Summary
    • Quiz
    • For Discussion
    • Websites
    • The Annie E. Casey Foundation
    • Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood (CCFC)
    • CLASP (Center for Law and Social Policy)
    • Common Sense Media
    • National Center for Children in Poverty (NCCP)
    • Rethinking Schools
    • Teaching Tolerance
    • Further Reading

Chapter 7 Understanding Families’ Goals, Values, and Culture

    • Learning Outcomes
    • Cultural Differences in Goals and Values
    • How Do the Goals of Independence and Interdependence Differ?
    • Contrasting Cultural Patterns
    • Conflicting Goals and Values
    • What to Do When Conflicts Arise
    • Helping Children Understand and Value Cultural Pluralism
    • Supporting Home Language
    • Language Loss in Immigrant Children
    • Understanding the Advantages of Bilingualism
    • Language Relationships
    • Summary
    • Quiz
    • For Discussion
    • WebSites
    • Further Reading

Chapter 8 Working with Families on Guidance Issues

    • Learning Outcomes
    • Discipline, Authority, and Cultural Differences
    • Changing the Word Discipline to Guidance
    • Inner Controls versus External Locus of Control
    • Teaching Self-Regulation
    • Problems with Using Punishment to Teach
    • General Guidelines for Guiding Young Children
    • Discussing Preventative Measures with Parents
    • Guidance as Responding to Unacceptable Behavior
    • Summary
    • Quiz
    • For Discussion
    • Websites
    • Further Reading

Chapter 9 Working with Families on Addressing Feelings and Problem Solving

    • Learning Outcomes
    • Feelings
    • What Are Feelings?
    • All Feelings Are Useful
    • Learning Feelings
    • Social Referencing
    • Cultural Scripts
    • The Importance of Accepting Feelings
    • Healthy Expressions of Feelings
    • Teaching Children to Cope with Feelings
    • Developing Self-Calming Skills
    • Coping by Playing Pretend
    • Coping with Simultaneous Feelings
    • Coping with Fear
    • Coping with Anger
    • Problem Solving
    • Using the RERUN Problem-Solving Process with a Child
    • Problem Solving as a Cultural Issue
    • Problem Solving and Parenting Styles
    • The Authoritarian Approach.
    • The Permissive Approach.
    • The Authoritative Approach.
    • Uninvolved Parenting.
    • A Deeper Look at the Four Parenting Styles
    • Summary
    • Quiz
    • For Discussion
    • Websites
    • Further Reading

Chapter 10 Working with Families to Support Self-Esteem

    • Learning Outcomes
    • Exploring Self-Esteem as a Road to Success
    • Culture and Self-Esteem
    • Dimensions of Self-Esteem
    • The Role of Beliefs and Expectations in Self-Esteem
    • Where Does Self-Esteem Come From?
    • Promoting Self-Esteem
    • Give More Honest Feedback and Encouragement Than Praise
    • Give Children Opportunities to Experience Success
    • Children Learn from Failure
    • Celebrating Differences: An Anti-bias Approach
    • Bias Can Hurt
    • Cultural Differences and Self-Esteem
    • Changing Negative Messages to Positive Ones
    • Summary
    • Quiz
    • For Discussion
    • WebSites
    • Further Reading

Chapter 11 Working with Families around Gender Issues

    • Learning Outcomes
    • Why it Is Important to Think about Teaching Gender Roles
    • Issues around Gender Roles
    • Some History Related to Genderized Clothing
    • Equity Issues and Gender Roles
    • The Women of Today
    • Gender Equity and Parenting
    • Toys and Gender Roles
    • The Power of Language
    • Interruption as an Indicator of Power and Importance.
    • Using Language That Is Direct and Informative.
    • Using Modeling to Teach
    • Differential Socialization
    • Differential Treatment from Parents
    • Differential Treatment in Preschool
    • Differential Treatment in Elementary School
    • Guidelines for Parents and Educators
    • Summary
    • Quiz
    • For Discussion
    • Websites
    • American Association of University Women (AAUW)
    • Gender Spectrum
    • Love Our Children USA
    • A Mighty Girl
    • The National Domestic Violence Hotline
    • Teaching Tolerance
    • World Health Organization
    • Further Reading

Chapter 12 Stress and Success in Family Life

    • Learning Outcomes
    • Varied Images of Families
    • Ways in Which Families Can Vary
    • Families and Stress
    • Giving Legitimacy to Cultural Differences and Lifestyles
    • Successful Families
    • Traits of Successful Families
    • Images of Successful Families
    • Six Families
    • Sara’s Family.
    • Roberto’s Family.
    • Junior’s Family.
    • Michael’s Family.
    • Courtney’s Family.
    • The Jackson Family.
    • Comparing the Six Families.
    • Stress as a Positive Force
    • What We Can Learn from Studies of Resilient Children
    • Helping All Children Become Resilient Children
    • Summary
    • Quiz
    • For Discussion
    • Websites
    • Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
    • American Psychological Association (APA)
    • Division for Early Childhood
    • Making Lemonade
    • National Center for Children in Poverty (NCCP)
    • Resilience Research Centre
    • Further Reading

Chapter 13 Early Care and Education Programs as Community Resources

    • Learning Outcomes
    • Defining Types of ECE Programs
    • Exploring the Various Types of ECE Programs
    • Changing Times
    • Early Care and Education Programs as Child-Rearing Environments
    • The State of Child Care in the United States Today
    • Affordability and Availability
    • Status and Salaries
    • Looking at Quality
    • Partnering with Families
    • Adult-Child Interactions in Child Care and Early Education Settings
    • Including Everybody: Children with Special Needs
    • Having Concerns about a Child
    • Questions Concerning Continuity between Child Care and Home
    • Roadblocks to Mutual Appreciation, Respect, and Support
    • Summary
    • Quiz
    • For Discussion
    • Websites
    • Child Care Aware
    • Child Care Exchange
    • Children’s Defense Fund (CDF)
    • Division for Early Childhood
    • National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)
    • National Association for Family Child Care (NAFCC)
    • Zero to Three
    • Further Reading

Chapter 14 Supporting Families through Community Resources and Networks

    • Learning Outcomes
    • Social Networks
    • Developing a Broad Base of Support
    • Forms Social Networks May Take
    • Community Institutions That Serve Families
    • Families Using Community Resources
    • Sara’s Family
    • Roberto’s Family
    • Junior’s Family
    • Michael’s Family
    • Courtney’s Family
    • The Jackson Family
    • Connections to the Community
    • A Summary of Community Resources
    • Finding Community Resources
    • Availability of Community Resources
    • Summary
    • Quiz
    • For Discussion
    • Websites
    • Campaign for the Civic Mission of Schools
    • Center on School, Family, and Community Partnerships
    • Impact
    • The Military Child Initiative (MCI)
    • Marc Sheehan’s Special Education/Exceptionality Page
    • National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER)
    • Further Reading

Chapter 15 Social Policy Issues

    • Learning Outcomes
    • Who Is Responsible for America’s Children?
    • Does Every Child Get an Equal Start?
    • Ready to Learn: A Goal for All of America’s Children
    • Private Citizens Making Changes
    • Benefitting Children and Families through Financial Investments
    • Head Start
    • Child Care
    • Moving toward Full-Inclusion Programs
    • Advocacy
    • Adequate Health Services and Nutrition for All
    • Taking a Preventive Approach
    • Violence and Its Effect on Children and Families
    • Summary
    • Quiz
    • For Discussion
    • Websites
    • Center for Law and Social Policy
    • Children’s Defense Fund (CDF)
    • Future of Children
    • Harlem Children’s Zone
    • National Head Start Association (NHSA)
    • Stand for Children
    • Further Reading

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