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First Published 2008;
Pages: 315 pages;
Size: 4 Mb;
Written by Carolyn Meggitt;
Publisher: Hodder Education;
This is the third edition of the popular text An Introduction to Child Care and Education.
The book has developed and changed its form in each edition, but the important messages are still there, and it is relevant and up to date.
The book continues to value the principles which ensure that practitioners working with young children and their families strive to offer quality experiences. This is important in group care situations and also home learning
This book gives an easy-to-read introduction to the more advanced studies found in the Level 3 text book which Carolyn and I have written together (now in its 5th edition). It gives those new to working with young children and their families a firm foundation on which to build their knowledge and understanding.
An Introduction to Working with Children
Studying Child Development
Communication, including Language
Emotional and Social Development
Understanding the Behaviour of Children
Observation and Assessment
Keeping Children Safe
The Principles Underpinning the Role of the Practitioner Working with Children
Promoting a Healthy Environment for Children
Play and Learning in Children's Education
Caring for Children
Care of Sick Children
Nutrition and Healthy Food for Children
Working with Children with Special Needs
Developing Children's Communication, Language and Literacy Skills
Working with Babies from Birth to 12 Months
Children, Parent and Family Needs