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Intentional Teaching - Promoting purposeful practice in early childhood settings

ISBN: 9781921613722
Code: TS0108
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This Intentional Teaching title helps educators in all settings to understand the principles of intentional teaching, and highlights how intentional teaching practices can support learning outcomes for children. It includes shared understandings of intentional teaching through conversation and reflection with many educators. Its purpose is to portray real and meaningful stories to highlight the ways in which educators have been intentional when planning for education and care with children. It features practical strategies with insight, humour and common sense which will resonate with educators of all levels.

Pages: 86 | Ages: 0-5

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About the Author

Anne Houghton’s 38 years in early childhood education include diverse roles and experiences.  She worked as a kindergarten teacher for 32 years, then held various roles at Gowrie Victoria.  These included working as a Kindergarten Cluster Management Coordinator, an Early Childhood Consultant in Resources and Advice, Trainer and Assessor of Diploma and Certificate 3 in Children’s Services and Professional Development Presenter.

Anne is also a published author of There Stood Our Dog, a children’s story book, illustrated by Craig Smith and co-author of three publications titled Engaging Families in your Early Childhood Services, Learning Environments: Inspiring Spaces, and Visible Learning in Family Day Care, funded through the Community Childcare Association of Victoria.  Anne has had inspiring experiences presenting at conferences in Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii, Japan and Malaysia.  She has also worked as a casual research assistant in mentoring projects with the Bastow Institute and the University of Melbourne. 

Anne now works as a sessional lecturer in the School of Education at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) and as a presenter for Play Australia.

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