About the Book

Picture Science

Picture Science

Using Digital Photography to Teach Young Children
May 2007
Trade Paperback · 120 Pages
$29.95 U.S.
ISBN 9781933653235
Redleaf Press

 

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Description

Make digital photography an important part of your early childhood program!
Young children love to investigate the natural world, and they love to take photographs.
Picture Science will help you go beyond just documenting class projects. It will show you how to use digital photography to make each step in the scientific process — from posing a question, to gathering data, to showing your findings — concrete and fun for children.
Keyed throughout to early learning standards, Picture Science provides inspiring examples that will stimulate you to design your own lesson plans. Technical advice and tips for buying a camera for your center or family child care business are included as well.
Picture Science won the prestigious 2007 Directors' Choice Award and Judges' Selection Award from Early Childhood News

About the Author

Carla Neumann-Hinds was a professional photographer and photojournalist for a number of years after studying at the Academy of Art in Leipzig, Germany. After returning to school to pursue her interest in education and child development, she became a lead teacher at the Codrington School in Barbados, West Indies, teaching art and science.