Multiple perspectives on play in early childhood education /

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Saracho, Olivia N., Spodek, Bernard.
Format: Book
Published: Albany : State University of New York Press, c1998.
Series:SUNY series, early childhood education.
Table of Contents:
  • A historical overview of theories of play / Olivia N. Saracho and Bernard Spodek
  • Playing with a theory of mind / Angeline S. Lillard
  • The social origins of mind: post-Piagetian perspectives on pretend play / Larry Smolucha and Francine Smolucha
  • Seeing through symbols: the development of children's understanding of symbolic relations / David H. Uttal ... [et al.]
  • The development of pretense and narrative in early childhood / Robert D. Kavanaugh and Susan Engel
  • Play as an opportunity for literacy / Kathleen Roskos and Susan B. Neuman
  • Play and social competence / Gary L. Creasey, Patricia A. Jarvis, and Laura E. Berk
  • Social and nonsocial play in childhood: an individual differences perspective / Kenneth H. Rubin and Robert J. Coplan
  • Play in special populations / Fergus P. Hughes
  • The cultural contexts of children's play / Jaipaul L. Roopnarine ... [et al.]
  • Play and the assessment of young children / A.D. Pellegrini
  • What is stylish about play? / Olivia N. Saracho
  • Physical environments and children's play / Joe L. Frost, Dongju Shin, and Paul J. Jacobs
  • Real and not real: a vital developmental dichotomy / Brian Vandenberg.