How Early Childhood Educators Got Their Groove Back

Stowitschek, Joseph J.; Rodriguez, James
July 2000
Teaching Exceptional Children;Jul/Aug2000, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p20
Academic Journal
Discusses teachers' use of short-term internship as a tool to reinvigorate programs for children with learning and communication difficulties. Effective professional development practices for early childhood educators; Rotational internship program applied regionally through the University of Washington's Experimental Education Unit. INSET: What Does the Literature Say About Field Experiences?.


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