Ashford Aa in Ece

8 Resources which Support Curriculum Planning
Sarah Ervin
ECE203: Intro to Cur & Inst for the Early Child Classroom (ACT1341A)
Instructor:   Karen Foster

C., & Brown, J. F. (1982). National Association for the Education of Young. Curriculum planning for young children.
Chen, J. &. (2011). Positive Approaches to Learning in the Context of Preschool Classroom Activities. Early Childhood Education Journal, 39(1), 71-78.
Focused observations; how to observe young children for assessment and curriculum planning. (2013). (CD-ROMs included).(Brief article)(Book review): Reference & Research Book News,.
Gronlund, G. (2007). Making early learning standards come alive: Connecting your practice and curriculum to state guidelines. St. Paul: Redleaf Press.
Krogh, S. &. (2001). Early Childhood Education : Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow. Mahwah, N.J.: L. Erlbaum.
Slentz, K. &. (2001). Teaching Young Children : Contexts for Learning. Mahwah, N.J.: L. Erlbaum Associates.
Vartuli, S. &. ((2008)). Selecting Curriculum Content that Stimulates Thought. Early Childhood Education Journal, 35(5), 393-396.
Weissglass, J. (2012). Listen first, then teach. Phi Delta Kappan, pp. 93(6), 29.

  1. This article informs teachers of the interaction analysis in education and how to build a positive curriculum.

  2. This book shows how to make the classroom activities fit into your positive approach on making an educational curriculum.

  3. This describes how to use observation skills so that your curriculum is based on what the child needs to learn.

  4. This is our class text, it is very informational on curriculum and state standards

  5. This is a book on when, and how to plan a curriculum, and what things are needed in order to complete the goals for curriculum planning.

  6. This is a book about the contexts for learning. It shows different ways that children learn and how to plan a curriculum based on...