Statement of responsibility: Peter Elfer, Elinor Goldschmied and Dorothy Y. Selleck
ISBN: 0203804716, 0415610389, 0415610397, 9780203804711, 9780415610384, 9780415610391
Intended audience: Specialized.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
"A David Fulton book."
Previous ed.: published as Key persons in the nursery. London: David Fulton, 2005.
128 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Primary education; Early childhood education Great Britain.; Teacher-student relationships Great Britain.; Teacher pupil relationship; Early childhood education; Education.; Early childhood teachers Great Britain.
- 1. Parenting and working, children and nurseries -achieving life balances
- 2. What is the key person approach?
- 3. A strategy for implementation. An approach, not a system
- 4. The key person approach for three to five year olds
- 5. The key person journey: its benefits and challenges
- References and further reading
'Key Persons in the Early Yearsmakes compelling reading for everyone in the early years community! The authors have skilfully brought together a rich discussion of the theory which underpins the origins and philosophy of the Key Persons approach, alongside their own expert knowledge and ways of knowing young children.'
Dr Jools Page, Programme Director, MA in Early Childhood Education (UK & Malta), University of Sheffield