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About the book:
Authors: Sally Neaum and Rose Envy;
Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd;
Size: 8 Mb;
This book is about children’s development and learning. The focus is on understanding both the developmental patterns and sequences in children’s development and how the context of this learning impacts on children’s progress. Knowing about children and their development underpins all that we do in early years.
It enables people who live and work with very young children to interact with them in an appropriate way and to provide developmentally appropriate experiences to support their development. Knowing about child development also enables us to identify children who may need additional support to enable them to maintain developmental progress and to learn.
Section 1: Early childhood context and policy
1 Children and childhood: a historical perspective
2 The current policy context of early years
Section 2: Children’s development
3 Holistic development
4 Children’s development
5 Development in the early years foundation stage
6 Factors affecting children’s learning and development
Section 3: Applying child development in practice
7 Supporting children’s learning and development
8 Observing and assessing children’s learning and development
Section 4: Enhancing practice and understanding
9 Reflecting on children’s learning and development
10 Starting from the child: matching provision to children’s development and learning needs
11 Thinking, questioning and challenging: a critical approach to the early years
Appendix: 20 Learning theorists every education students needs to know