Pre-K Students And Their Teachers. Term Paper

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The move went smoothly and a month later Andrea was happily chasing her fellow red group peers across the playground on recess the same way she did the blue group previously. This could have been handled badly by pointing out to Andrea her reading troubles as compared to her two closest friends. She may have withdrawn and wanted to stop trying which would have possibly caused a lifelong fear and dislike of one of the most important academic skills there is. All of the above situations were handled well. Had they been handled in any other way it could have created an atmosphere of stagnation not growth.

It is important for teachers of this age bracket to maintain the line between guidance and hindrance and help...

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The Atlanta Constitution; 4/6/2000; Duane D. Stanford, Staff the Atlanta Constitution 04-06-2000
Best pre-k classes let kids explore freely, study shows. The Atlanta Journal and Constitution; 4/15/1999; Diane Loupe, Staff the Atlanta Journal and Constitution 04-15-1999

Pre-K Class Gives Tykes Head Start. The Tampa Tribune; 8/15/2004; MEGAN HUSSEY. The Tampa Tribune. 08-15-2004

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Educators: Program is not just day care Critical year: Officials want parents to take children's pre-k more seriously. The Atlanta Constitution; 4/6/2000; Duane D. Stanford, Staff the Atlanta Constitution 04-06-2000

Best pre-k classes let kids explore freely, study shows. The Atlanta Journal and Constitution; 4/15/1999; Diane Loupe, Staff the Atlanta Journal and Constitution 04-15-1999

Pre-K Class Gives Tykes Head Start. The Tampa Tribune; 8/15/2004; MEGAN HUSSEY. The Tampa Tribune. 08-15-2004


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