Effective early years education teaching young children
Buckingham : Open University Press, 1994.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 157-163) and index.
Offers solutions to complex issues that early years educators face. This book provides frameworks for an understanding of the practice of teaching young children and draws upon research to offer a model of early years subject-structured teaching. It supports teacher expertise through stimulating teachers' thinking about children's development.,In this concise and accessible guide, the authors are sympathetic to the particular demands of teaching three to eight year olds and offer practical solutions to the complex issues that are currently faced by early years educators. In recognizing the demands on practitioners, they provide new and challenging frameworks for an understanding of the practice of teaching young children and draw upon international research to offer a sound model of early years subject-structured teaching which has the quality of children's learning at its centre. Their aim is to support teacher expertise through stimulating teachers' thinking about children's development, motivation, ways of learning and the subjects they teach. These topics are clearly set in the complex institutional settings in which practitioners work and ways of taking and evaluating action are offered.
Additional Physical Form
Also available in printed form ISBN 9780335191888
Electronic reproduction.,Askews and Holts.,Mode of access: World Wide Web.
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