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Why Do Teachers Need to Know About Child Development?
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Why Do Teachers Need to Know About Child Development?: Strengthening Professional Identity and Well-Being

Series: Personal, Social and Emotional Perspectives for Educators

Format: Paperback

ISBN: 9781350084933

Publication Date: 25 Feb 2021

Suitable for: Secondary

As a teacher, what are my personal, social and emotional responsibilities in supporting child development?

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Summary

As a teacher, what are my personal, social and emotional responsibilities in supporting child development?

Going beyond simply recognising child development as the cornerstone of education and drawing on examples from rural early years settings to large urban secondary schools, this book looks at what child development means in practice and how it relates to different aspects of teaching. Covering relationships, environment, subject knowledge and more, this book develops the readers understanding of education and child development, as a professional and day-to-day in the classroom. Expertly crafted by Daryl Maisey and Verity Campbell-Barr, drawing on the expertise of practitioners and academics, this book draws together the latest research and current practice. Reflexive questions encourage the reader to explore their knowledge and expectations, helping them to develop as a practitioner.

Contents

Series Editor's Preface
Series Editor's Introduction to the Personal, Social and Emotional Perspectives for Educators Series
Using This Book
Notes on Contributors
List of Abbreviations
Acknowledgements
1. Setting the Context, Daryl Maisey (Kingston University, UK) and Verity Campbell-Barr (University of Plymouth, UK)
2. The Professional Self, Verity Campbell-Barr (University of Plymouth, UK) and Julie Berry (Early Years Educator, UK)
3. The Need for Health and Well-Being, Maria Dowling (Health and Social Care Consultant, UK) and Mary Hodson (Kingston University, UK)
4. Child Development, Rowena Passy (University of Plymouth, UK) and Martin Gilchrist (Natural England, UK)
5. Technology Education, James Bettany (University of Plymouth, UK) with Rebecca Smallshaw and Declan Barney
6. Listening to Children, Cheryl Graham (Early Years Professional, UK) and Verity Campbell-Barr (University of Plymouth, UK)
7. Professional Relationships and Collaboration, Jessica Johnson (Kingston University, UK) and Norma Goodyear (Specialist Support for Inclusion (Primary), UK
8. Resilience, Reflection and Reflexivity, Daryl Maisey (Kingston University, UK) and Catherine Warnock (Early Years Foundation Stage Leader and Reception Teacher, UK)
9. The Role of the Teacher, Ruth Wood (Kingston University, UK) and Claire Jackson (Kingston University, UK) with Sandra Bayliss and Nick Usher
References
Index

Category
ANF
Dewey
370.15
Illustrations
bw illus bw illus
Pub. date
25 Feb 2021
ISBN
9781350084933
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Binding
Paperback
Pages
192
Width
169mm
Height
244mm
Contents page
Yes
VAT-able amount
0%
Product dimensions
A3
A4

169mm x 244mm

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