Oh Boy! Strategies for Teaching Boys in Early Childhood.

This 305 page book is targeted to teachers, caregivers, and administrators who work with boys, birth to age 8 years old. It calls for a paradigm shift in how we educate, care for, and discipline young boys. It is a call to change what we do so that young boys can have an equal chance for success in our schools.


Young boys struggle in contemporary early childhood programs and elementary schools. There are a variety of reasons for this. This book describes the problems these children face, and then provides a variety of specific solutions to make sure young boys are successful in our early childhood programs.

This publication has been peer reviewed.
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Francis Wardle
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Oh Boy! Strategies for Teaching Boys in Early Childhood.
Exchange Press
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Wednesday, December 12, 2018
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Lincoln, NE
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Emily Rose and Tina Reeble
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