Becoming an Early Years Teacher: From Birth to Five Years (BOK)

Jessica Johnson

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This book seeks to bring together relevant knowledge and skills in a way that challenges trainees to think critically about key theories of early learning and development and their role as Early Years Teachers. Relational pedagogy underpins practice, with recognition of the need to identify and develop key communication skills that will 'forge positive professional relationships and work with parents in the best interests of babies and children.' (DfE, 2013 Consultation). Practical examples, including case studies, will be used as a means of reflection for both practitioners and those new to the field. A brief background to Early Years provision in England and career development will lead to reflection on professionalism of the early years workforce, with activities for trainees to identify their own journeys and claim their own professional identity. The eight Teachers' Standards (Early Years) (DfE, 2013) form the core structure for the chapters, linking throughout to the statutory and non-statutory framework and guidance for The Early Years Foundation Stage (DfE, 2012, Early Education, 2012). A final chapter will support trainees for Early Years Teacher Status in gathering assessment evidence of personal practice and ability to lead and support others within provision across the age range birth to five years. This material will relate to the assessment requirements, yet to be confirmed by NCTL, with authors and contributors ready to engage as soon as feasible. Contributors: K. Cooper, J. Elsey, Daryl Maisey, Y. Mukadam, V. Mummery, Dr. Paty Paliokosta, D. Salter, L. Sivalingam, H. Sutherland, A. Whitworth

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Språk Engelsk Engelsk Innbinding Heftet
Utgitt 2014 Forfatter Jessica Johnson
Forlag
OPEN UNIVERSITY PRESS
ISBN 9780335264445
Antall sider 224 Dimensjoner 16,3cm x 23,6cm x 1,2cm
Vekt 368 gram Leverandør Bertram Trading Ltd