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Young Children and Spirituality epub

by Barbara Kimes Myers


Young Children and Spirituality epub

ISBN: 0415916550

ISBN13: 978-0415916554

Author: Barbara Kimes Myers

Category: Medical Books

Subcategory: Psychology

Language: English

Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (November 20, 1996)

Pages: 132 pages

ePUB book: 1116 kb

FB2 book: 1283 kb

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Young Children and Spirituality book.

Young Children and Spirituality book. Maintaining that spiritual development is an integral element in child development, Barbara Kimes Myers provides a framework for the discussion of spirit and spirituality in the lives of children.

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Maintaining that spiritual development is an integral element in child development, Barbara Kimes Myers provides a framework for the discussion of spirit and spirituality in the lives of children

Maintaining that spiritual development is an integral element in child development, Barbara Kimes Myers provides a framework for the discussion of spirit and spirituality in the lives of children. Maintaining that spiritual development is an integral element in child development, Barbara Kimes Myers provides a framework for the discussion of spirit and spirituality in the lives of children

Maintaining that spiritual development is an integral element in child development, Barbara Kimes Myers provides a framework for the discussion of spirit and spirituality in the lives of children

Maintaining that spiritual development is an integral element in child development, Barbara Kimes Myers provides a framework for the discussion of spirit and spirituality in the lives of children.

Barbara Kimes Myers is Associate Professor of Child Development at DePaul University. She is the co-author of Engaging in Transcendence and is a frequent contributor to early childhood publications.

Teachers of young children often say such things as "James is a spirited child," "Maria has lots of spirit," or. .

Teachers of young children often say such things as "James is a spirited child," "Maria has lots of spirit," or "Desmond seems to have lost his spirit. The authors' intent is to connect the meanings teachers give these words to children's literature and, at the same time, consider how all of us can use such meanings to talk about professional early childhood practice. They do so in the hope that this process will help clarify educators' role in promoting a "spirituality of caring" (Myers, 1997) when teaching young children

Maintaining that spiritual development is an integral element in child development, Barbara Kimes Myers provides a framework for the discussion of spirit and spirituality in the lives of children

Maintaining that spiritual development is an integral element in child development, Barbara Kimes Myers provides a framework for the discussion of spirit and spirituality in the lives of children.

Engaging Children's Spirit and Spirituality through Literature.

Publications (6). Your Children, My Children. Why Not Our Children?: Dilemmas in Early Childhood Teacher Education. Engaging Children's Spirit and Spirituality through Literature.

Young Children and Spirituality. by: Barbara Kimes Myers. Purchase and read your book immediately

Young Children and Spirituality. Publisher: Routledge. Print ISBN: 9780415916554, 0415916550. Purchase and read your book immediately.

Myers, Barbara Kimes was born on March 18, 1941 in Oil City, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Norman L. and Alma E. (Anderson) Kimes. Bachelor of Science, Slippery Rock University, 1962. Married William R. Myers, June 20, 1964. Chlidren: Michal Elaine, Melissanne, Jason William. father: Norman L. Kimes. mother: Alma E. spouse: William R. Myers.

Maintaining that spiritual development is an integral element in child development, Barbara Kimes Myers provides a framework for the discussion of spirit and spirituality in the lives of children. Through her discussion of the four core conditions of a spirituality of caring, she crosses the borders of various faiths and applies her theories to a variety of practical and professional settings. Through Myers' discussion of the four core conditions of a spirituality of caring, she crosses the borders of various faiths and applies her theories to a variety of practical and professional settings, providing a common language that can be used to talk about the centrality of spirit--that which fuels development and learning. She discusses transcendence, family life, cognition, church and state, fundamentalism and multiculturalism. Her framework emerges from her understanding of the thinking of key child developmental theorists--Vygtosky, Piaget, Erikson, Gardner, Giroux and Noddings.