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Authors: Carolyn Meggitt and Tina Bruce;
Publisher: Hodder Education;
Size: 18 Mb;
This textbook includes:
Child Development: Understanding the stages of child development, including physical, social, emotional, and cognitive milestones. This knowledge helps educators tailor their approach to individual children's needs.
Educational Theories: An exploration of various educational theories and approaches applicable to early years education. This includes theories like Montessori, Reggio Emilia, and Piaget's stages of development.
Curriculum Planning: Guidance on planning age-appropriate learning activities and curriculum for young children. This involves creating a balanced program that covers areas like literacy, numeracy, creative arts, and physical development.
Child Health and Well-being: Information on ensuring the health, safety, and well-being of children in an educational setting. This includes knowledge about common childhood illnesses, nutrition, hygiene, and promoting overall health.
Working with Families: Strategies for effective communication with parents and guardians. This includes techniques for providing feedback, conducting parent-teacher meetings, and involving families in children's learning experiences.
Special Educational Needs (SEN): Understanding and catering to the needs of children with diverse abilities. This includes strategies for inclusion, adapting teaching methods, and collaborating with specialists to support children with special educational needs.
Observation and Assessment: Techniques for observing children's behavior and assessing their progress. This involves understanding different assessment methods and using observations to plan further learning experiences.
Professionalism and Ethics: Knowledge about the ethical responsibilities of educators, including confidentiality, respect, and promoting equality and diversity. Understanding the legal and ethical framework in which early years education operates is crucial.
Practical Teaching Strategies: Practical teaching methods and strategies for engaging children in meaningful learning experiences. This includes storytelling, creative play, art, music, and other interactive activities.
Reflective Practice: Encouragement of reflective practice, where educators critically evaluate their own teaching methods and continuously strive for professional development and improvement.