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Engaging with Parents in Early Years Settings

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Whether working in children's centres, outreach and dual-focused services, preschools, kindergartens or schools this book helps re... Lire la suite
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Description

Whether working in children's centres, outreach and dual-focused services, preschools, kindergartens or schools this book helps readers develop the skills and strategies to work alongside parents whatever their role.

Auteur

Dianne Jackson trained as an Early Childhood Teacher and taught in a broad range of community, early childhood and school settings. Dianne then became a lecturer in the School of Education at the University of Western where she completed a First Class Honours degree in Social Science. Since 2004 Dianne has held the position of Chief Executive Officer at Connect Child and Family Services, an NGO in outer western Sydney that delivers a broad range of early childhood focused programs with families. Dianne holds an adjunct position at the University of Western Sydney where she completed her PhD in 2010 and her doctoral research won the 2010 European Early Childhood Research Association (EECERA) Best Practitioner Research Award. Dianne co-convenes an EECERA special interest research group with Pen Green in the UK and her organisation has recently opened an innovative parent and child meeting place, conceptually based on collaborative work she has done with her EECERA colleagues from the University of Ghent. Dianne is also the New South Wales state convenor for the Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth.



Texte du rabat

'It is inspiring to see a text which attempts to shift our worldview. This shift could give us the chance to achieve more open, inclusive, democratic early childhood practice that has the capacity to answer the deeper questions and which sees both parents and children as powerful and positive agents in their own futures' -

There are many services for children and many different settings in which care and education can take place. Whether you work in children's centres, outreach and dual-focused services, preschools, kindergartens or schools this book will help you develop the skills and strategies to work alongside parents whatever your role.

Focussing on:

  • The importance of involving parents

This book has examples taken from real settings and practical advice to help you put the ideas into practice. Reading and using it will help ensure the wellbeing and development of all children in your care.

Dianne Jackson is an Adjunct Fellow at the University of Western Sydney and the CEO of Connect Child and Family Services

Martin Needham is Academic Division Leader: Education, Professional and Community Studies at Manchester Metropolitan University



Contenu

Part 1 Parents, children and practitioners together
Chapter 1 The nature of human development
Chapter 2 Researching with families
Chapter 3 The value of practitioners being with children and parents together
Part 2 A place to be and a space to grow
Chapter 4 Being together as parents
Chapter 5 Creating a nurturing community
Chapter 6 Nurturing parents, nurturing children
Part 3 Learning to learn in supported playgroups
Chapter 7 Children learning in collaboration with adults
Chapter 8 Learning to play together
Chapter 9 The influence of learning environments
Chapter 10 Developing transitional capital

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Engaging with Parents in Early Years Settings
Auteur:
Code EAN: 9781446258941
ISBN: 978-1-4462-5894-1
Format: Livre Relié
Editeur: SAGE Publications Ltd
Genre: Pédagogie
nombre de pages: 184
Poids: 410g
Taille: H241mm x B162mm x T16mm
Année: 2014