Examines a range of theories about young children as learners and the implications of these theories for classroom practice. The text addresses issues of planning and assessment, explores the place of talk and play in classrooms, and examines the role of teachers and learning needs of the child.
"Thank you Julie Fisher for a down to earth, easy to use, practical book." - Early Education "...offersrealistic strategies for wedding a child-centred curriculum with the guidelines contained in the National Curriculum." - International Journal of Early Years Education
Table of Contents
Competent young learners; conversations and observations; planning for learning; the role of the teacher; encouraging independence; collaboration and cooperation; the place of play; the negotiated classroom; planning doing and reviewing; evaluation and assessment.
STARTING FROM THE CHILD? by Julie Fisher
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Open University Press
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