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Planning an appropriate curriculum in the early years: a guide for early years practitioners and leaders, students and parents

Planning an appropriate curriculum in the early years: a guide for early years practitioners and leaders, students and parents

Rodger, Rosemary, 1946-

A guide to planning and providing for high quality learning experiences for children under five, this book covers each area of learning and outlines the early learning goals which establish expectations for the majority of children

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3rd ed.
Published London: Routledge, 2012
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Details

Statement of responsibility: Rosemary Rodger
ISBN: 0203148010, 0415583039, 0415583047, 9780203148013, 9780415583039, 9780415583046
Intended audience: Specialized.
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note: Previous ed.: London: David Fulton, 2003.
Note: "A David Fulton book."
Physical Description: xiv, 212 p. ; 25 cm.
Subject: Early childhood education; Curriculum; Education.; Education, Preschool Curricula Great Britain.; Curriculum planning Great Britain.

Contents

  1. 1 Introduction
  2. 2. A curriculum for the 21stcentury
  3. 3. Developing effective assessment procedures
  4. 4. Planning for Learning
  5. 5. Leadership and management in the early years
  6. 6. Learning and Development
  7. 7. Involving parents and carers
  8. 8. Personal, social and emotional development
  9. 9. Communication, language and literacy
  10. 10. Physical development
  11. 11. Mathematical development
  12. 12. Providing a context for learning: understanding the world
  13. 13. Expressive arts and design
  14. Bibliography

Author note

Rosemary Rodgeris an early years consultant and trainer. She works with schools, nurseries and children's centres in the UK and is involved in launching the Urban Leadership Centre's Children's Centres leadership model. She was previously Senior Lecturer in Early Years Education at Edge Hill University and Manchester Metropolitan University before becoming an Additional Inspector of primary and nursery schools.

Reviews

'If you want support with providing high quality and effective learning experiences in the early years, look no further than this bestseller!'

Early Years Educator, vol 13. April 2012, Martine Horvath