Self-Esteem and Early Learning

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SAGE, Mar 20, 2002 - Education - 176 pages

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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Hello , I am Thembi Christine Kwam and I live in south Africa, free state at welkom .
i have not yet entirely read the book , I am still in the beginning of the book but i can state for sure that i
have learned what is required to be a good mom, sister, student and all .
This book is so lovely and caters for all ages and it also covers aspects which are very vital in raising kids and interacting with other people, I LOVE IT.
I will have a lot to say after finishing it , therefore let me go back to reading and laughing all the way :) .
 

Contents

Chapter 1 Children learning to be lovable
3
Chapter 2 Being important adults
13
Fundamental Feelings
23
Chapter 3 Childrens normal bad feelings
25
Chapter 4 Adults accepting bad feelings
34
About Other People
45
Chapter 5 Children living with other people
47
Chapter 6 Adults setting limits
56
Real Selfesteem
93
Chapter 9 Childrens successful learning
95
Chapter 10 Adults aiming high
107
Ready willing and able
119
Chapter 11 Children ready for school ready for life
121
Chapter 12 Adults ready willing and able to help
133
Epilogue
142
Key Statements
145

Linking with Learning
69
Chapter 7 Childrens ways of learning
71
Chapter 8 Adults supporting learning
80

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Rosemary Roberts is a freelance author and early years consultant.

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