Teaching Practice: A Guide for Early Childhood Students

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INDEX

a
Allen, K.E. 30
Almy, M. 45 -7
Anning, A. 59
assessment:
guidelines for 41 -2;
monitoring progress 40 -1
Aubrey, C. 59
autonomy of teachers 64

b
Beaty, J. 30
behaviour:
assisting children with difficult 56 -7, 159 -61;
observing for understanding 39 - 40
beliefs about children, learning, teaching 52 -3;
how organizational decisions link with 85 -8;
practices stemming from different 142 -3;
see also philosophy of teaching
Berger, K.S. 30
Berk, L.E. 30 , 110
Blenkin, G.V. 41 , 59
brainstorming strategy 161 -3
Bredekamp, S. 41 , 62 -3, 71 , 145
Bronson, M.B. 78
Bruner, J. 110

c
Caine, G. 62
Caine, R.N. 62
Calderhead, J. 171
Chard, S. 110
child development 29 ;
see also developmental areas;
developmental perspective
children:
accessing knowledge 121 -2;
aspects to observe 29 ;
social relationships between 69 - 70 , 98 -9, 119
Clandinen, D.J. 51
classroom organization see organizational strategies
Clyde, M. 2
Cohen, L. 127
collaboration with peers, colleagues 142 -5
compulsory schooling, recent developments 58 - 60
communication:
becoming confident in 163 -6;
in building relationships 128 -32;
see also ‘I’ messages;
student-teacher relationships
confidentiality 13 - 14
Connelly, F.M. 51
Connolly, K.J. 78
continuity 63
Cooper, R.G. 30
cooperation with parents 145 ;
see also relationships
Cox, T. 60
Creaser, B. 94
criticism, ways of handling 143 -4
Crittenden, B. 59
Cross, T. 63
Cuban, L. 172
curriculum:
different meanings 50 -2;
embedded in beliefs 52 -3;
factors influencing 55 - 65 ;
framework for decision making 74 ;
a plan for learning 53 -5;
teacher’s role in 75 ;
see also developmental perspective;
planning
curriculum web 71 -2;
see also thematic approach

d
Dau, E. 95
decision making 6 ;
in presence of parents 150 -1;
on the run 115 -16
developmental areas 29 - 31
developmental continua 59 - 60

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Foreword x
  • Preface xii
  • Acknowledgements xv
  • 1 - Teaching Practice in Early Childhood Settings 1
  • 2 - Ways of Knowing and Understanding Children 21
  • 3 - Early Childhood Curriculum 50
  • 4 - Creating Environments for Learning and Teaching 77
  • 5 - Developing a Practical Theory and Practical Skills 103
  • 6 - Working with Adults in Early Childhood Settings 127
  • 7 - Making the Most of the Teaching Practice Experience 153
  • References 176
  • Index 181
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