Early Years Practitioners and Parents Engaging in Child Study Ewan: Developing a Ritual for Separating John: Exploring Lines and Connecting and Coming to Understand Separations Caitlin: Containing, Enveloping and Transporting Edward: Exploring `Together and Apart' and Moving from `Vertical' to `Horizontal' with Objects Sam: Enveloping, Containing and Seriating to Understand Separation and Loss and the Distribution of Power Susan: Containing, Enveloping and Going through Boundaries Cara: Trying to Make Sense of a Death in Her Family The Inside Story: An Early Years Practitioner Studying Children's Emotions Conclusions and Theorizing about Schemas and Emotions
Cath Arnold will be discussing key ideas from Involving Parents in their Children's Learning in the SAGE Early Years Masterclass, a free professional development experience hosted by Kathy Brodie. To sign up, or for more information, click here.
'Interesting and valuable..This book will be of great interest to all students and early years practitioners interested in understanding more about the nature of young children's play, learning and development' -
Early Years Update
'The book will prove useful for students in levels 1 and 2 of an undergraduate Early Childhood Studies Degree and to their lecturers.The concept of differing schemas can prove difficult for some students to grasp; I believe this book will provide all the real world examples necessary to enhance their understanding'
The Psychology of Education