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A Look at Children's Adjustment to Early Childhood Programs

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Author(s): Carol R. Keyes

Journal: Early Childhood Research & Practice
ISSN 1524-5039

Volume: 8;
Issue: 2;
Date: 2006;
Original page

Keywords: Child Care | Early Childhood Education | Transition to School | Young Children | Teacher-Child Relationship | Videos | Child Observation | Documentation | Reflective Teaching

ABSTRACT
This paper describes a pilot project during which the author visited different early childhood classrooms and used a handheld video camera to record how children adjust to new programs. The objectives were (1) to describe how children adjust to new programs or classes, (2) to sensitize teachers to the issues involved in those adjustments, (3) to collect data using a handheld video camera, and (4) to encourage teachers to view themselves as classroom researchers. Included in the paper are video clips, brief descriptions of selected children, and a discussion of issues raised by the children's behavior in the videos, related research, and implications for practice.
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