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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Carrie Cable; Open University.
|ISBN:||9780415504324 0415504325 9780415504331 0415504333 9780203128367 0203128362|
|Notes:||Previous edition: London: David Fulton, 2005.|
|Description:||1 volume ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||Section 1: Children and the curriculum Introduction to Section 1 1. Play, playtime and playgrounds 2. Learning from errors and misconceptions 3. Why use ICT 4. Poetry: and everyday activity 5. What can teacers learn from the language that children use? 6. Watching and learning: the tools of assessment 7. The sensory garden 8. Constructivism and primary science 9. The case for primary science 10. Learning science Section 2: Contexts for learning Introduction to Section 2 11. Tadpoles in the willow garden 12. ICT and bilingual children 13. What is a 'good' book? 14. The effect of light and noise on pupils with Aspergers syndrome 15. School buildings: 'A safe haven, not a prison' 16. Joining Gabriel's play 17. Grandparents and children's learning 18. Learning at home is not like learning in school Section 3: Working together Introduction to Section 3 19. Children's play in online virtual worlds 20. Supporting and enhancing primary mathematics 21. Reflections on bilingual practice 22. Enabling children's creativity 23. Successful home-school projects in the UK 24. It's hard being expected to work all the time 25. Developing pupils' self-assessment skills Section 4: Perspectives and voices Introduction to Section 4 26. 'Whoops, I forgot David' 27. Child voice and cue cards 28. From one professional to another 29. Bangladeshi women and their children's reading 30. Breaking the taboo 31. Common sense has much to learn from moonshine 32. Children and spelling 33. Learning in a breakfast club 34. Enriched Curriculum to the Foundation Stage Curriculum|