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Learning theories for early years practice

Author: Sean MacBlain
Publisher: Los Angeles : SAGE, 2018.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 1stView all editions and formats
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Divided into three main sections, this book identifies the key theorists and links them to the main issues and developments that face teachers of early years education today. This is aided by  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Print version :
Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sean MacBlain
ISBN: 9781526450739 1526450739
OCLC Number: 1028784836
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Contents: Chapter 1: Introduction; Part 1: Early Influences; Chapter 2: John Locke and the Emergence of Empiricism; Chapter 3: Jean-Jacques Rousseau and the Concept of 'Child'; Chapter 4: Johann Pestalozzi and the Importance of Nature; Chapter 5: Friederich Froebel and the Importance of Play; Chapter 6: Rachel and Margaret McMillan and Social Reform; Chapter 7: Sigmund Freud and the Psychodynamic Tradition; Chapter 8: Rudolf Steiner and the Changing Needs of Children; Chapter 9: Maria Montessori: The Environment and Learning; Part 2: Modern Influences; Chapter 10: John Dewey and Child-Centred Education; Chapter 11: Burrhus Skinner and the Behaviourists; Chapter 12: Jean Piaget: An Enduring Legacy; Chapter 13: Lev Vygotsky: Learning and Social Constructivism; Chapter 14: Albert Bandura and Social Learning Theory; Chapter 15: Urie Bronfenbrenner and Learning in Context; Chapter 16: Jerome Bruner and Constructivism; Chapter 17: Howard Gardner and Theories of Multiple Intelligence; Chapter 18: Reuven Feuerstein and Instrumental Enrichment; Chapter 19; Nel Noddings and the Ethics of Care; Chapter 20: Te Whariki; Chapter 21: Loris Malaguzzi and Reggio Emilia; Part 3: Challenges for Theorists in a Changing World; Chapter 22: The Realities of Childhood Today; Chapter 23: Emotional Intelligence; Chapter 24: How Children Play; Chapter 25: Forest Schools; Chapter 26: Learning and the Brain; Chapter 27: The Emergence of Digital Learning.
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