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Child Development : Theory and Practice 0-11 eBook

By: Doherty, Jonathan [Author]Contributor(s): Hughes, Malcolm [Author]Material type: TextTextPublication details: Harlow Longman 2009 Description: Pbk, .: 485 pISBN: 1405821272Subject(s): Child development | Early childhood education | Children | Developmental psychology | Education | ChildrenDDC classification: 155.05 DOH Online resources: Link to access this title via IHF Library OpenAthens Browns eBook Collection Summary: This accessible, pedagogically-rich and UK-authored text on Child Development links psychological theory to real classroom settings and scenarios, and is tailored specifically for those training to teach. The text brings together key concepts and theories in developmental psychology and applies them to a range of classroom and educational settings. The book also emphasises the continuing partnership between child, parent and educator and real life scenarios from home and educational settings are presented to help the reader bridge the gap from theoretical study to practical application. Supplementary material will include a companion website that will support the material in the book and encourage sudents to undertake wider reading and independent learning.
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This accessible, pedagogically-rich and UK-authored text on Child Development links psychological theory to real classroom settings and scenarios, and is tailored specifically for those training to teach. The text brings together key concepts and theories in developmental psychology and applies them to a range of classroom and educational settings. The book also emphasises the continuing partnership between child, parent and educator and real life scenarios from home and educational settings are presented to help the reader bridge the gap from theoretical study to practical application. Supplementary material will include a companion website that will support the material in the book and encourage sudents to undertake wider reading and independent learning.

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