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Early Years Teaching and Learning

Early Years Teaching and Learning

Third Edition
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May 2018 | 272 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

Covering all routes to early years teaching, this essential textbook provides students and practitioners with everything they need to know to deliver outstanding Early Years practice.


Previously titled Achieving Early Years Professional Status, this new edition is completely revised to include recent research and practice guidance for those studying:


-        Early Years Teacher Status

-        Teach First Early Years

-        Early Years Educator

-        Early Years PGCE


New case studies, illustrating best practice, make this text highly relevant for experienced professionals teaching and leading practice in Early Years settings and schools, and anyone interested in helping Early Years children learn and develop.

Denise Reardon, Dilys Wilson and Dympna Fox Reed will be discussing ideas from Early Years Teaching and Learning in Doing Your Early Years Research Project, a SAGE Masterclass for early years students and practitioners in collaboration with Kathy Brodie.
Chapter 1: Getting Started - An Introduction to Leading Teaching and Learning in the Early Years
Chapter 2: A Principled Pedagogical Approach to Teaching and Learning in the Early Years
Chapter 3: Early Years Movers and Shakers
Chapter 4: Reflective Practice and Practice-Based Inquiry
Chapter 5: High-Quality Early Years Teaching and Learning
Chapter 6: Planning for Effective Teaching and Learning in the Early Years
Chapter 7: Communication, Language and Literacy in the Early Years
Chapter 8: Promoting Babies’ and Young Children’s Physical and Emotional Well-being
Chapter 9: Developing a Creative Approach to Teaching and Learning in the Early Years
Chapter 10: Safeguarding and Promoting the Welfare of All Babies and Young Children
Chapter 11: Responding to the Strengths and Needs of All Babies and Young Children
Chapter 12: Undertaking Wider Professional Responsibilities

Informative useful text that the students can dip in and out of to support their submission

Mrs Terrie Blaszczyk
Froebel College, Roehampton University
June 27, 2018

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