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Play and learning in the early years

Play and learning in the early years

Play and learning. Not opposites, but complementary. Associate Professor Christine Howitt discusses how play is what young children naturally do and how they best learn. 

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Child learning, development and schemas

Child learning, development and schemas

The practice of planning provision around schema (patterns of repeated behaviour) rests on the premise that by noticing strong drives or interests in children, educators can support development.

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Theories into practice – EC learning & development

Theories into practice – EC learning & development

Children change over time – that is indisputable. Bridie Raban discusses how early childhood educators have a significant role to play in children’s learning by supporting children’s change over time so that it does not rest with development alone.

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Reflective practice as an ECE professional

Reflective practice as an ECE professional

Since 2008 there has been steadily increasing interest from outside the EC sector in what can be achieved through high quality education and care. One of the keys to achieving this is through reflective practice.

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