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The Third Edition of this comprehensive and applied resource for teachers of the very young details and celebrates the many nuances of infant and toddler development from pre-birth through age 36 months old. In a uniquely engaging full-color presentation (in the Pearson eText), the authors clearly explain theory, include current research, and explain appropriate practice throughout the chapters on development, curriculum, program planning, guidance, and professionalism. Using a relationship-based model for understanding how infants and toddlers grow and learn in typical and atypical ways, this book maintains a keen focus on the importance of families' and teachers' relationships and responsiveness in interactions with children, the latest developmental research, an emphasis on child-centered planning, a particularly strong coverage of infants and toddlers with special needs, and a focus on the effects of culture, families, and quality programs on infant-toddler development and interactions. Readers will come away with a deeper understanding of why, according to the science of child development, certain practices support or hinder an infant's or toddler's optimal development-andhow to provide responsive, high-quality care. The Enhanced Pearson eText features embedded video and internet resources.
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This special edition (Supplement 1) of Research in Accounting in Emerging Economies (RAEE) focuses on accounting and economic development issues in developing countries, with special reference to Africa. The decision to publish a special supplement on Africa originated from the first conference on African accounting held under the aegis of the University of Botswana in February 1993.
A Festschrift is a celebration in writing. This Festschrift honours Nana Dr. Samuel Kwadwo Boaten Asante - a most distinguished legal scholar, practitioner and policymaker and a towering figure in the Ghanaian legal community. Throughout his academic and professional life, Dr. SKB Asante advanced the interests of the developing world through his scholarship, advocacy and counsel in law, development and public policy matters. Through a career that spans more than half a century of working with international organisations such as the United Nations and the World Bank, various governments around the world and academic establishments in Ghana and abroad, he worked tirelessly to introduce fresh perspectives to provide countries at the periphery of the international system with a meaningful opportunity to pursue their development aspirations. Dr. Asante is a former Solicitor-General and Deputy Attorney-General of Ghana. He was the Chairman of the Committee of Experts that drafted proposals for Ghana's current Constitution. He has published extensively including articles in the Yale Law Journal, American Journal of International Law, Review of Ghana Law and Cornell Law Journal. This Festschrift contains forty-two chapters written by forty-seven authors with outstanding credentials from various countries. The authors include Justices of the superior courts of Ghana, England and Wales; a Judge of the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal; experts on international investment law, international and domestic arbitration, natural resources law, constitutional law, transnational corporations and public international law; and legal practitioners, policy makers and academics from a great variety of institutions including Harvard Business School, Georgetown University Law Centre, Oxford University, University of Ghana, Cornell University Law School, Transparency International, and the Ghana Arbitration Centre ). Their essays examine Dr. Asante's life, work and scholarship, and probe issues arising in foreign investments and international business transactions; national and international dispute resolution; public international law, governance and constitutionalism; perspectives on nation building; natural resources, land and the environment; and law, development and policy.
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