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Parenting a Path Through Childhood

Author : Dotty Turner Coplen
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Asks, what is a child, what is a parent and why does a child need a parent. A warm and human way of understanding the nature and needs of children.

Children Today

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Resources in education

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Proceedings from the 1988 Tri Regional Conference on Completed Maternal and Child Health Research

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The Oxford Handbook of Children s Rights Law

Author : Jonathan Todres
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"This book is a foundational inter-disciplinary volume on children's rights that is relevant to scholars, practitioners, and students with interests in children's rights, human rights, family law, and related topics. With contributions from leading scholars and practitioners in the field of children's rights, this book provides both in-depth analysis of children's rights as a discipline, and maps the critical issues for advancing children's rights today and in the future"--

Paperbound Books in Print

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Heartfelt Discipline

Author : Clay Clarkson
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Trying to understand what God really says about childhood discipline can be like putting together a puzzle, but the pieces just don't all seem to fit. For two generations conservative Christians have rejected the idea of a permissive "hands off" discipline and adopted a strict "hands on" discipline taught by many well-known Christian parenting authorities. In "Heartfelt Discipline," Clay Clarkson advocates a different biblical model--a relational "hands around" discipline. If you have young children and are beginning to try to solve the discipline puzzle for your family, start with this book. It is a fresh, formula-free, and fully biblical perspective on childhood discipline that will change the way you think about your children. You'll see how all the biblical pieces fit together and make sense, and put you on the path to your child's heart. From the Back Cover: Childhood discipline is your responsibility. As a Christian parent, you know your children need you to "bring them up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord." The Bible is clear about "what" you should do. But what about "how" you should do it? The way you answer will shape how your children remember your parenting and family. "Heartfelt Discipline" contends there is no divine "how to" formula for childhood discipline. Rather, there is a "way." It's the way of life, the path we walk with God. It's about faith, grace, freedom, and heart, expressed in three principles of discipline as you walk the path with your children: Direction: Guiding and showing them how to walk on the path with God Correction Getting them back on the path when sin leads them off of it Protection: Guarding them from temptations that could draw them away In "Heartfelt Discipline" Clay Clarkson helps you understand what the Bible really says about childhood discipline. Drawing on thirty years of parenting and his personal study of the Bible, Clay fully fleshes out God's way of "path of life parenting." It will change how you think about childhood discipline, and put you on the path of life to your child's heart.

Brothers and Sisters

Author : Karl König
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Behav Path Of Childhood Adol

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Audiovisual Resources

Author : Wisconsin. Child Care Information Center
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Early Childhood Education and Quality Education

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Parenting and Children s Internalization of Values

Author : Joan E. Grusec
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In Parenting and Children's Internalization of Values, leading advocates of these emerging points of view explain the approach to socialization taken in their work, and review recent developments in theory and research that have influenced their conclusions.

The Path to Language

Author : Danielle Bouvet
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The author uses strong theoretical and practical arguments to show that deaf children can and should acquire language just as hearing children do, provided they experience the same conditions all children need in order to learn to speak. For deaf children, Sign Language is the only language that can satisfy all those conditions.

The Philippine Review of Economics

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Six Healing Questions

Author : Madonna Treadway
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There is magic to this lifeSix Healing Questions: A Gentle Path to Healing Childhood Loss of a Parent is for anyone facing a well of grief. Written for adults who have lost a parent or parents at an early age, Madonna shares her own story of loss, asks gentle questions, provides tangible tools, and easy-to-understand research.Discover:? your hidden strength? your unique gifts? your path to wholeness.Six Healing Questions is about accepting your story and embracing hope. Grief is a journey, and beauty does await you. Join Madonna on this remarkable and sometimes surprising path toward healing.

Handbook of Parent Training

Author : Charles E. Schaefer
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Handbook of Parent Training is a practical, comprehensive guide for professionals who work with troubled children and their parents. The text uses an innovative approach, drawing upon elements of behavior modification and relationship enhancement with the aim of training parents to be co-therapists. It examines all the skills necessary to make parents agents of positive change in their children's lives, such as didactic instructions, training models, and role playing. Various child disorders are examined and discussed, as well as practical methods of establishing a successful parent-therapist partnership.

The Path to Serenity

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Case studies of addicts and those affected by them illustrate a schedule for working through a twelve-step recovery program by incorporating faith in God

A Parents Guide to Child Safety

Author : Vincent J. Fontana
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A MANUAL ON MAJOR HEALTH HAZARDS FOR CHILDREN, AND HOW TO PREVENT THEM.

Parenthood in America

Author : Jack De Vries
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Our society is engaged in heated debates about family values, child care, education, and the future of children. Largely missing from these debates is any serious discussion of the complex vocation we call "parenthood." This book recognizes parenthood as a lifelong process in which parents and children grow together. The distinguished contributors call for families, employers, communities, government, and society to give parents real help with their day-to-day concerns and challenges. Parenthood in America brings the insights of experts in child development, education, health, media studies, economics, history, sociology, and human services to bear on practical aspects of childrearing and on the kinds of policies that have a real effect on parenting. In response to the stresses of parenthood today, they call for: o family-friendly workplaces and decent childcare options o pediatric health care for all o programs that aid children's development as well as their physical health o recognition by professionals of parents' expert knowledge about their own children o alternatives to vapid or violent games and TV programs o prioritization of time for family meals, talks, chores, and activities o valuing of caring relationships above wealth and possessions o appreciation of cultural and religious diversity o supportive networks among parents, teachers, pediatricians, and childcare providers.

Child Well being in Japan

Author : Martha N. Ozawa
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