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Developing Learning in Early Childhood

by Tina Bruce Paul Chapman Educational Publishing
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`This book is useful for students and lecturers of early childhood. It provides concise overviews of relevant research of early childhood development, theories of play and can be utilised as a contemporary, reference book by a range of professionals' -

Background Holistic Services for Whole Children How Does Learning Develop? Mind and Brain A Sense of Self Social and Cultural Development Communication Talk Doing Real Things Why Is Play Important? The Essentials of Play Using Symbols Learning in Childhood and Beyond Charlie's Day

Tina Bruce draws on a wide range of examples from practitioners, including nursery teachers, health visitors, community workers, in the public, private and voluntary sectors. Features include: developing Learning. What does it mean? active learning by doing real things how Language helps the development of learning developing creativity and imagination the importance of embracing diversity and inclusion principles. The 0-8 series edited by Tina Bruce, deals with essential themes in early childhood, which concern practitioners, parents and children.