Looking at Children: Field Experiences in Child Study is a fresh new approach to learning materials for early childhood educators. Looking at Children consists of a series of fourteen units made up of structured exercises dealing with specific educational and developmental issues such as language development, classification, play, and moral development in children. Also included are up-to-date materials concerning family involvement, television, single parent families and the father's role in parenting. Looking at Children can be used effectively as a part of a formal preservice or inservice training program. Don't miss Looking at Children, an invaluable aid in helping you achieve the goals of improved educational competency and increased understanding of children.