By Sandra Smidt
This can be the 1st ebook for early years execs and scholars together with tips on inspections and the way to fulfill the "desirable outcome". it's written in a transparent and available means, and gives counsel to advertise studying.
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Tobin, Wu and Davidson, 1989) This may be consoling for you if you are struggling to gather together all the materials and resources you see so glossily displayed in educational catalogues. It is worth bearing in mind that more than half the world’s children learn and play using natural, found and real materials. Although all parents recognise that children play and through their play learn, many of them fall into the trap of believing that once children start in the nursery or school they should put playing away and start to ‘learn for real’.
As we have said before, young children will learn from all experiences and they may learn undesirable as well as desirable things. For Katz, then, the developmental question is not so much what children can do or even how they learn. The question is what should they do that will best help their learning and development in the long term. Katz urges that those working with young children pay attention not only to what is known about how young children learn, but also take heed of the effects of the long-term cumulative effects of the experiences they encounter.
After that the children settled down—I guess they realised that this was how things were going to be every day so they didn’t have to rush from one container to another. Now they are much more able to choose what to do and often a child will come in, go straight to one container and spend the whole morning playing with great concentration. The other really good thing that has happened is that the children get much more involved in tidying up now. It is like a game for them and they are getting better and better at sorting things out.
A Guide to Early Years Practice (1998) by Sandra Smidt