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'Personal, Social and Emotional Well-being in Young Children' is a transcript of a series of interviews with Early Years experts from around the world, which offers fascinating and thought-provoking insights into this complex area of children's learning and development. The common theme throughout the book is the personal, social and emotional well-being of young children. Topics such as children's independence, self-regulation, children with anxiety and transition from Reception into Year One are discussed. Specific areas of practice, such as drop-off and pick-up times, and are analysed and the latest research, such as HAWWC, examined. Approaches to practitioner's pedagogy, such as Reggio Emilia, practitioner's own well-being through mindfulness are explored, the Phoenix Cups approach, and how physical development can have wide-reaching effects. There are discussions about good practice, such as the correct use of the Leuven Scales, approaches to supporting children, pedagogical documentation and attachment. In addition, research into neuroscience and its vital importance in the Early Years sector, and best practice when supporting children with autism These are all accompanied by practical strategies, to help you better support the children in your care in this fundamental and crucial area of learning and development. The speakers, all interviewed by Kathy Brodie, are: Marion Dowling, Jane Evans, Dr Suzanne Zeedyk, Professor Chris Pascal, OBE, Professor Tony Bertram, Julia Manning Morton, Rob Fox, Alistair Bryce-Clegg, Sandi Phoenix, Michelle Myers, Debi Keyte-Hartland, Wendy Baker, Suzanne Axelsson, Sonia Mainstone-Cotton, Mine Conkbayir, Dr Sue Allingham and Sally Goddard Blythe.
bound: 304 pages
publisher: Rainmaker Publishing (March 20, 2017)
isbn: 0992763126, 978-0992763121,
weight: 1.2 pounds (