Researching the Early Years Continuum
Multilingual Matters, 1996 - Education - 206 pages
Makes a case for considering the years from birth to eight as a continuum of development and learning. The text draws on research undertaken by nursery and primary teachers, in conjunction with LEAs and by HE staff.
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Dimensions of Preschool Provision for Children with Special
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