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Too much, too soon? : early learning and the erosion of childhood

Author: Richard House
Publisher: Stroud : Hawthorn, ©2011.
Series: Hawthorn Press early years series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This title tackles the burning question of how to nurture young children's well-being and learning to reverse the erosion of childhood.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Richard House
ISBN: 9781907359026 1907359028
OCLC Number: 755072907
Description: xvi, 355 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: The EYFS and the real foundations of children's early years / Penelope Leach --
Challenging government policy-making for the early years: early open EYE contributions / Margaret Edgington [and others] --
Against the government's grain: the experience of forging a path to EYFS exemption / John Dougherty --
The impact of the EYFS on childminders / Arthur and Pat Adams --
A parent's challenge to New Labour's early years foundation stage / Frances Laing --
The Tickell review of the early years foundation stage: an 'open EYE' dialogue / The Open EYE Campaign. The myth of early stimulations for babies / Sylvie Hetu --
Current perspectives on the early childhood curriculum / Lilian G. Katz --
Physical foundations for learning / Sally Goddard Blythe --
The unfolding self --
the essence of personality / Kim Simpson --
The democratization of learning / Wendy Ellyatt --
The Steiner Waldorf Foundation stage --
'To everything there is a season' / Lynne Oldfield --
Can we play? / David Elkind --
Play --
transforming thinking / Tricia David --
Challenging the Reggio Emilia approach with relational materialist thinking and an ethics of potentialities / Hillevi Lenz Taguchi. 'If I wanted my child to learn to read and write, I wouldn't start from here' / Sue Palmer --
Viewing the long-term effects of early reading with an Open Eye / Sebastain P. Suggate --
Early childhood research and its political usage: some cautionary remarks / Richard House --
Does not compute, revisited: screen technology in early years education / Aric Sigman --
Margaret Edgington: inveterate campaigner for early childhood / Margaret Edgington interviewed by Richard House. Education and paradigm shift / Grethe Hooper Hansen --
Early childhood: a policy-making perspective / Barry Sheerman --
Conclusion and ways ahead: recommendations for educators and policy-makers / Wendy Scott and Richard House.
Series Title: Hawthorn Press early years series.
Other Titles: Early learning and the erosion of childhood
Responsibility: edited by Richard House.

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This title tackles the burning question of how to nurture young children's well-being and learning to reverse the erosion of childhood.

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