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'Interesting and valuable..This book will be of great interest to all students and early years practitioners interested in understanding more about the nature of young children's play, learning and development' - Early Years Update
this text is supported by relevant theoretical perspectives and allows the reader to fully understand schemas within the early years.
Lots of in depth case studies. Lots of detail. Well laid out.
The observations in this book really link it to practice and make it invaluable to the practitioner. Thorough explanation of the different schemas that children may demonstrate.
Very useful for Masters Level students who are doing child Development
An in depth book which has supported the current students within their observation modules.
this is a really useful supplementary text for students with a particular interest in this area to extend their reading and understanding
A clear and engaging account of observations and reflections on schemas. Really useful accounts of researcher reflection and emotional engagement.
Excellent resource when looking at Theorists and all related matter.
This book matches very well with our course content for second year undergraduates. It builds and extends the theoretical and conceptual framework, introduced in the first year. This concentrates on cognitive, social and emotional development, so this book is a welcome find.
Well written, would reccommend studying CCLD, good links of theory to child observations.
Valuable case studies to further develop thought. Essential text.
I have reccomended this as a must read to other tutors and childcare praactioners. I will definately be putting this on the essential reading list
I will recommend this book my students.
Regardless of study, this is a book that all practitioners should read to help understand children's development
An essential development to support understanding beyond basic schema recognition.
A wonderful exploration of the link between emotional development abd schemas, which provoked extensive discussion amongst our third year students on the BA(Hons) Early Years Education degree course.
This book makes clear connections to theory concerned with young children's emotional development. The observations and analysis will help students to engage with theory, such as attachment theory. It addresses sensitive issues such as a child trying to make sense of a bereavement in her family.
An engaging text looking at 7 children and how their schemas are interwoven with their emotions. This gives a real insight into the lives of children and how practitioners can support them.
Super case studies that bring to life the schemas explored in this text. The style of writikng suits Foundation Degree students who are work-based learners; so practical exmaples and studies of children speaks to them in volumes!!Clear explanantion and demonstration of the different schemas offering great support for interpretating children's observed play, which is one of the key skills for the module. Many thanks for the inspection copy, I will treasrure it, too.