Jalongo, Mary Renck

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JALONGO, Mary Renck

JALONGO, Mary Renck. American, b. 1950. Genres: Education. Career: Elementary teacher at public school in Capac, MI, 1971-72, and in Ohio, 1972-75; University of Toledo, Toledo, OH, instructor, 1977-78; Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, assistant professor, 1978-82, associate professor, 1982-85, professor of education, 1985-, coordinator of Early Childhood Graduate Program, 1992-. Publications: Young Children and Picture Books: Literature from Infancy to Six, 1988; Creating Communities: The Role of the Teacher in the Twenty-First Century, 1991; Strategies for Developing Children's Listening Skills (monograph), 1991; Early Childhood Language Arts, 1992, 2nd ed., 2000; (with J.P. Isenberg) Teacher's Stories: From Personal Narrative to Professional Insight, 1995; (with Isenberg) Creative Expression and Play in Early Childhood, 1995, 3rd ed., 2000; (with L.N. Stamp) The Arts in Young Children's Lives: Aesthetic Experiences in Early Childhood, 1997; (ed. with Isenberg, and contrib) Major Trends and Issues in Early Childhood: Challenges, Controversies, and Insights, 1997; (with McCracken) Writing about Teaching and Learning: A Guide for Aspiring and Experienced Authors (monograph), 1997; (with M.M. Twiest and G. Gerlach) The College Learner: Reading, Studying, and Attaining Academic Success, 1997; (with Isenberg) Exploring Your Role: A Practitioner's Introduction to Early Childhood Education, in press. Contributor to professional journals. Address: Professional Studies in Education Dept, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 312 Davis Hall, 570 S 11th St, Indiana, PA 15705-1087, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]