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In this article, the authors introduce some core concepts and language of Emotionally Responsive Practice at Bank Street , an approach to working with children developed based on deep knowledge of child development and a respect for children’s life experience (Koplow, 2002, 2007, 2009).

Publication Date

3-2019

Publisher

Ethics in Education

City

New York

Keywords

classroom life, classroom management, early childhood education, feelings, child development

Disciplines

Early Childhood Education | Educational Psychology

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Reprinted with permission from Ethics in Education Network. Originally published online, March 2019.

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