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Understanding Families: Applying Family Systems Theory to Early Childhood Practice.

@article{Christian2006UnderstandingFA,
  title={Understanding Families: Applying Family Systems Theory to Early Childhood Practice.},
  author={L. Christian},
  journal={Young Children},
  year={2006},
  volume={61},
  pages={12-20}
}
Beyond the Journal • Young Children on the Web • January 2006 1 WORKING WITH FAMILIES is one of the most important aspects of being an early childhood professional, yet it is an area in which many educators have received little preparation (Nieto 2004). We spend hours learning about child development, developmentally appropriate practices, health and safety, playgrounds, and play. At times it seems that we focus on children as if they appear from nowhere, land in our classrooms, and merely… Expand
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