Early Years Teaching and Learning
Covering all routes to early years teaching, this essential textbook provides students and practitioners with everything they need to know to deliver outstanding Early Years practice.
Previously titled Achieving Early Years Professional Status, this new edition is completely revised to include recent research and practice guidance for those studying:
- Early Years Teacher Status
- Teach First Early Years
- Early Years Educator
- Early Years PGCE
New case studies, illustrating best practice, make this text highly relevant for experienced professionals teaching and leading practice in Early Years settings and schools, and anyone interested in helping Early Years children learn and develop.
Denise Reardon, Dilys Wilson and Dympna Fox Reed will be discussing ideas from Early Years Teaching and Learning in Doing Your Early Years Research Project, a SAGE Masterclass for early years students and practitioners in collaboration with Kathy Brodie.
Early Years Teaching and Learning is engaging and thought-provoking in content, format and style. Very well-researched and presented, I feel confident that it will support and extend your professional learning and motivate you to reflect deeply (and daily) on how best to support our youngest children to develop as confident, happy learners.
Whether you are new to the profession or are seeking to deepen and extend your knowledge, I wholeheartedly recommend this book to you.
A creative and comprehensive book for Early Years teachers and practitioners alike. The text is thoughtful and thought provoking, engaging the reader to develop a concrete understanding of teaching and learning in the Early Years. What is particularly welcoming is how the authors invite the reader to apply theory to practice through carefully crafted ideas giving a spring board for best practice.
This is an invaluable book for students, covering as it does all routes to early years teaching and providing students with all they need to know to achieve their Early Years qualification (Early Years Teacher Status, Teach First Early Years, Early Years Educator and Early Years PGCE). It is also valuable for current Early Years practitioners, ensuring they are up to date with latest thinking and practices....A very relevant and practical book for all concerned with Early Years provision.
...backed with case studies and examples of best practice, as well as points for both individual and staff team reflection, making this an excellent book not only for those studying for qualifications but also for anyone wanting to brush up on their knowledge.
Informative useful text that the students can dip in and out of to support their submission