Researching the Early Years Continuum

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Pat Broadhead
Multilingual Matters, 1996 - Education - 206 pages
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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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Contents

Dimensions of Preschool Provision for Children with Special
16
The Development of Language Through Story in the Early
32
Curriculum Development and Staff Development Through
48
Time to Talk
68
Parents Staff and Children in
80
Four Year Olds in Infant Classes in Small and Large Schools
98
From Home to School Do Children Preserve their
118
The Nature of Teaching Mathematics Subject Matter
128
Evaluating National Curriculum Assessment at Key Stage
151
Is it an Art or a Science?
163
The Teaching and Learning of Science in the Infant and Lower
177
Moving Forward with a Research Agenda
195
References
201
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About the author (1996)

Pat Broadhead has taught across the early years of education. In her current post as Lecturer at the University of Leeds she is involved in initial training, in-service and Higher Degrees. As well as long-standing research interests in the early years, she is currently involved in researching school and teacher development.

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