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Development and Learning for Very Young Children

by Hilary Fabian and Claire Mould SAGE Publications Ltd
Pub Date:
03/2009
ISBN:
9781847873927
Format:
Hbk 184 pages
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With a focus on the most critical years in a young child's development, this book brings together the essential theory, policy and practice for everyone working with young children. Concentrating on the 0 to 3 age range, the book considers all relevant legislation such as Every Child Matters and the new Early Years Foundation Stage. The content is organized into four sections: - development and learning; - policy to practice; - leadership and management; - establishing effective relationships. Examining the influence of policy on practice, issues covered include the stages of child development, observing young children, making partnerships with parents, building relationships within and between teams, working in a multi-agency way and creating a caring and stimulating environment. To illustrate practice and aid reflection, the chapters have: - chapter objectives; - case studies; - group tasks; - discussion points; - recommendations for further reading; - useful websites. Suitable for all early years students and practitioners, it is a must-have resource.

Introduction: Claire Mould 1. Birth to Three Development and Learning Introduction 1 The holistic development of babies and young children 2 Understanding how babies develop and learn through documenting their learning journeys - Kate Wagner 3 Developing an appreciation of babies and young children s behaviour why do they do what they do? - Jane Bulkeley 2. Birth to Three Policy to Practice - Frances Morton Introduction 4 How current policy can link to holistic learning 5 Managing legislation and policies - Rebecca Morton 6 Establishing efficient self evaluation tools - Mike Carter 3. Effective Leadership and Management of Birth to Three Learning Environments - Jan Foreman Introduction 7 Developing and sustaining a successful birth to three learning environment 8 Leading effective birth to three teams - Lynn Beckett 9 Working in a multi-agency way - Jan Foreman and Claire Mould 4. Establishing Effective Relationships - Sue Ford Introduction 10 Establishing Effective Relationships with colleagues 11 Establishing Effective Relationships with parents - Karen Graham 12 Establishing Effective Relationships with babies and young children - Jillian Woodcock and Karen Southern Reflective comment: Hilary Fabian - Debra Wickett

'[T]his book has been well planned and provides information which is relevant for students and teachers alike in supporting teaching and learning. In particular, the practical aspects of group tasks and discussion points enable the reader to develop their reflective skills through the knowledge gained' - ESCalate



'This informative and thought-provoking collection of essays brings together theory, policy and practice for practitioners working with children aged from birth to three years old...It would be a great resource for students' - Nursery World