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Extending Professional Practice in the Early Years.
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[About the book]
Extending Professional Practice in the Early Years is aimed at early years practitioners engaged in on-going learning and working in a diverse range of settings. It will be of interest to those undertaking undergraduate and postgraduate training in early years, and those involved in continuing their professional development. It is a valuable and unique resource for those in the later stages of their professional development.
The book encourages readers to take a critical stance in relation to a wide range of themes and issues which are reflected in the four parts of the book:
- listening to children
- diversity and transitions
- pedagogy and practice
- leadership and change.
Throughout the book, authors reflect common concerns such as the rights of children, diversity and a more holistic approach to working with young children, and highlight key research in the field.
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