Bilingual | Item #: 780X
Room Arrangement as a Teaching Strategy
The learning environment conveys powerful messages to children. Research shows that a well-organized classroom promotes learning, helps build a classroom community, and frees teachers to observe and interact with children in positive ways.
Room Arrangement as a Teaching Strategy offers concrete ideas for arranging preschool classrooms in ways that intentionally welcome children, families, and staff members, and promote trust and a sense of security and belonging.
Ideal for use in workshops, this 24 minute DVD is captioned in English and Spanish and includes a User’s Guide in English and Spanish.
Includes: DVD, English, 24 min.; Spanish, 36 min.; User’s Guide (English and Spanish)
Diane Trister Dodge
Bonnie Kittredge Bonnie Kittredge is an early childhood educator and consultant who has been working in the field of early childhood education for more than 30 years. She has worked as a teacher in Head Start, child care, and kindergarten, as an Education Coordinator in Head Start, and as a project coordinator for Alaska in the Region X Head Start Technical Assistance Support Center. Bonnie served as adjunct faculty at the University of Alaska. She has been a Senior Trainer for the Teaching Strategies Staff Development Network since 1989. Bonnie earned a master's degree in Early Childhood Education from Wheelock College in Boston. She has experience in staff development, conference coordination, and training of trainers. Bonnie currently coordinates the Health Training and Technical Assistance Project for the Alaska Head Start Health Improvement Initiative.
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