Interacting or Interfering? by Professor Julie Fisher is an invaluable book that offers research based guidance for supporting children from six months to six years. An essential professional text that challenges the reader to carefully consider the role of the adult when supporting young learners.
Written in the author’s exceptionally clear and accessible style, this book identifies the key components of effective interactions and how implementing these can improve the quality of children’s learning. Includes first hand examples of transcripts and interactions of conversations between carers and children, from the baby room through to the year 2 classroom.
Fisher presents prompts and points throughout the book for practitioners to reflect and critically consider their function and role when supporting early years children. An essential read for teachers and practitioners.
Interacting or Interfering? Improving Interactions in the Early Years by Professor Julie Fisher features:
- Paperback professional child studies book
- Featuring the publication ISBN – 9780335262564