Item description for Practical Solutions to Practically Every Problem,: The Early Childhood Teacher's Manual by Steffen Saifer...
Find solutions quickly and easily! This revised classic offers hundreds of updated tested solutions for the tricky problems, questions, and concerns that arise throughout the early childhood teacher’s day. Based on sound developmentally appropriate theory, this how-to book on classroom management techniques enables beginning and experienced teachers alike to run effective, successful programs.
New topics include working with ESL learners, helping children deal with traumatic life events, and using computers in the classroom.
Steffen Saifer is the director of the Child and Family Program at the Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory in Portland, Oregon. He is also on the faculty of Portland State University, where he conducts research on effective interventions for helping children with challenging behaviors.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 8.5" Height: 11.25" Weight: 1.15 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2003
Publisher Redleaf Press
ISBN 1929610319 ISBN13 9781929610310
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More About Steffen Saifer
SteffenSaifer has served as director of the Child and Family Program at Education Northwest since 2000 and as an adjunct faculty member at Portland State University since 1996, where he has taught graduate courses in education. His areas of work and expertise include cultural-historical activity theory, the role of play in human development, and school-family partnerships. Saifer has worked extensively in Russia and Eastern Europe, assisting in education curricula reform. He helped implement a graduate program in early childhood development at BRAC University in Dhaka, Bangladesh (co-funded by the Open Society Foundation). He is the author or co-author of numerous publications including Practical Solutions to Practically Every Problem: The Early Childhood Teacher s Manual (2003, Redleaf Press), and Education and the Culture of Democracy: Early Childhood Practice (1996, Open Society Institute).
Steffen Saifer was born in 1951 and has an academic affiliation as follows - Education Northwest.
Reviews - What do customers think about Practical Solutions to Practically Every Problem,: The Early Childhood Teacher's Manual?
Practical Solutions May 9, 2008
This is an excellent tool to use as a consultant to child care programs. It is also awesome for these professionals to have in their archives. What a wonderful tool!!!! Thanks for the delivery in a very timely manner.
A Great Buy! Feb 8, 2008
This book has handy and useful solutions to many, many issues you may encounter in the classroom. I keep it in my closet and frequently refer to it for realistic solutions to most problems.
A child care center must have Mar 28, 2007
This is one of the best books for child care centers. It has a page or two about every problem in your center and how to improve it. It is great to hand out to staff one article at a time so they are not overwhelmed with reading the entire book. Plus is has lots of ideas that you can't believe you haven't thought of before.
FINALLY! - A book about EVERY problem in my classroom!!! Dec 30, 2004
This is my first year teaching four year olds in a head start program. I love my job, but I do have a few problems with some of my students. This book has solutions for EVERY problem that I can think of. It is great if you want an overview on many different topics. If you want to learn more about an idividual topic, the book lists websites and other books that you can read on each topic. This is a wonderful resource for all teachers!
OUTSTANDING!!!! Sep 4, 2004
One of the best early childhood books I have ever read, not mainly due to innovative solutions that really work. Instead, Saifer's sheer attention to the little things (like "the runner", "the restless child") and the taboo things (like "the children from divorced families", "the sexually focused child", and "the masturbation-prone child") makes this book a must read fo the anyone teaching young kids. Please get it. It will inform you much.