Leading Practice in Early Years Settings
- Mary E Whalley - Leeds Metropolitan University, UK
- Shirley Allen - Middlesex University, UK
Being a professional | Early Years | Leading Practice
Will be very helpful for my students undertaking leadership and management modules
A recommended text for the module on Leadership and Management in the early years.
Excellent supplemental reading for Early Years practitioners.
Chapter summaries are useful and enable reflection. Reflective Tasks useful and can be adapted for class use. Case studies relevant and purposeful.
This is very helpful for EYPS students who have found the case studies and tasks helpful
Anexcellent supportive text for all EY students especially EYPS, FdA Management pathways
A good text for EYPs and ECS students . With examples from practice and future ideas which can be utilised within lectures
This is an important text for practitioners leading practice in early years childcare settings. It supports students to understand leadership and how to work effectively with other professionals.
A useful text for those working towards EYPS (as are all in this series). I've found the practical and reflective tasks particularly good for promoting group discussions.
Provides a very broad overview of some of the issues associated with leading practice in early years