Effective Practice in the EYFS: An Essential Guide is a succinct guide book for students and practitioners, that shows the links between how children learn and what adults need to do to support learning and development within the EYFS framework.
This invaluable text provides guidance and support for early years professionals. Covering all aspects from the EYFS areas of learning and development for both prime and specific; looking at the meaning of the characteristics of learning; the role of the adult; the importance of parent partnerships and details the observation, assessment and planning cycle with a focus on the statutory assessment ‘Progress Check at Age Two’.
Addressing three key themes as areas for further development in the early years: understanding how children learn, parents as partners and assessment.
The Effective Practice in the EYFS: An Essential Guide book by Vicky Hutchin features:
- Paperback professional child studies book
- Featuring the publication ISBN – 9780335247530