Self-Esteem and Early Learning

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SAGE, Mar 20, 2002 - Education - 176 pages
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This revision builds on the author's work of the last five years spent developing a program to support parents and care givers with children from birth to four years in disadvantaged areas.


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Chapter 1 Children learning to be lovable
Chapter 2 Being important adults
Fundamental Feelings
Chapter 3 Childrens normal bad feelings
Chapter 4 Adults accepting bad feelings
About Other People
Chapter 5 Children living with other people
Chapter 6 Adults setting limits
Real Selfesteem
Chapter 9 Childrens successful learning
Chapter 10 Adults aiming high
Ready willing and able
Chapter 11 Children ready for school ready for life
Chapter 12 Adults ready willing and able to help
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Linking with Learning
Chapter 7 Childrens ways of learning
Chapter 8 Adults supporting learning

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Page xiv - ... adult-led learning, and a lack of valuing diversity, multilingualism, imagination and creativity. This revised and updated 0-8 Series will inform, support and inspire the next generation of early childhood practitioners in the important work they do, in a climate which will encourage rather than undermine. I look forward to seeing the impact of the 0-8 Series on the next decade. Professor Tina Bruce University of...
Page ii - ... Preface for the 0-8 Series The 0-8 Series has stood the test of time, maintaining a central place among early childhood texts. Practitioners have appreciated the books because, while very practical, the Series presents a holistic approach to work with young children, which values close partnership with families and their communities. It is evidence based, drawing on theory and research in an accessible way. The 0-8 Series, now being revised and updated, continues to deal with the themes of early...
Page xiii - The 0-8 series The 0-8 series edited by Professor Tina Bruce, deals with essential themes in early childhood which concern practitioners, parents and children. In a practical and accessible way, the series sets out a holistic approach to work with young children, families and their communities. It is evidence based, drawing on theory and research. The books are designed for use by early years practitioners, and those on professional development courses, and initial teacher education courses covering...
Page xi - Thank you to all the children, families and colleagues with whom I have worked and from whom I have learned so much: in various places, particularly at Elms Road and at PEEP.

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Rosemary Roberts is a freelance author and early years consultant.

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