`This book makes an important contribution to the theory of early childhood education. It is well-written, well-researched and successfully links theoretical issues with practical implementation' - International Journal of Early Years Education Taking account of the changes in early childhood education imposed by the arrival of The National Curriculum, the contributors to this book believe that early childhood education is distinctive and has its own standards of excellence. The book sets out to show how to combine knowledge of child development, curriculum planning, and the role of subject-knowledge, in order to make adequate educational provision, from a developmental point of view.This book supports all teachers who believe that children matter as individuals, and who wish to offer their pupils experiences which will promote their development and genuinely enrich their lives.
|Title||:||Early Childhood Education|
|Author||:||Geva M Blenkin, A V Kelly|
|Publisher||:||SAGE - 1996-04-28|