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Carol S. Klass, Ph.D.

Carol S. Klass, Ph.D. Biography:

In her long career, Dr. Klass has taught college, worked as an early intervention specialist and mental health consultant, and served as a field-based mentor of early educators. She has designed and directed two early intervention programs for high-needs young children, and three professional development programs for early childhood educators.

Dr. Klass has used ethnographic action research to improve her own practice and the practice of the early educators with whom she has worked.

Her books include The Autonomous Child: Day Care and the Transmission of Values (Falmer Press, 1986) and The Child Care Provider: Promoting Young Children’s Development (Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co., 1999).

Her works in progress include a book of oral narratives of early childhood educators and a book for parents. Dr. Klass provides training seminars and keynotes and teaches as an adjunct professor. She is a sunrise walker, gardener, and mother of two grown sons, and she always knows the phase of the moon.


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  • The Home Visitor's Guidebook

    ISBN: 978-1-55766-903-2

    Description

    Practical suggestions interspersed with research and personal vignettes help every home visitor engage parents in their child's development

    Paperback $52.95 Qty:

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