By Janet Moyles
Organised into 4 elements, this article units out to discover many of the concerns to be investigated by way of starting lecturers - and those that aid them - while operating with early years and first age teenagers, whereas whilst, exploring many of the pride and delight within the educating role.
content material: entrance disguise; part identify; name; reproduction correct; Contents; record of figures and tables; Notes at the editors and participants; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; advent; half 1 Early Beginnings; bankruptcy 1 starting initially; bankruptcy 2 starting place degree --
expectancies and imaginative and prescient; bankruptcy three can we comprehend one another? Multi-disciplinary operating in kid's Centres; bankruptcy four the 1st days in school; bankruptcy five the significance of partnerships with mom and dad and carers; half 2 starting to comprehend kid's pondering and learning
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Extra info for Beginning Teaching, Beginning Learning: in Primary Education, 3rd Edition
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In this chapter, we will present some of what is known about early child development and its implications for teaching very young children. Although it is important to regard the whole of the Foundation Stage – from birth to 5 – as one stage of education, it is also important to think about the different phases within that stage. We must build on the phenomenal learning that is likely to have occurred, rather than asking what we expect children to be able to do when they reach Key Stage 1, imposing unrealistic and meaningless goals and downward pressure, and assuming learning only begins in school!
Beginning Teaching, Beginning Learning: in Primary Education, 3rd Edition by Janet Moyles