Teaching and Learning in the Early Years

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Index

a
active styles of learning 15 -17, 58 ;
and enterprise projects 77 -8;
in geography 313 -17;
in history 296 -8;
and mathematics 255 -6
Ahlberg, J. and A. 167
Ainsley, J. 274
Allen, P. 254
Anghileri, J. 274
Arming A. 25 , 50 , 52 , 59 , 79
Arts in Schools 212 , 219
assessment:
of children’s drawings 235 -6;
formative 81 , 82 , 87 ;
of products 84 ;
summative 81 , 94 -5;
through open-ended activities 74 -6
Atkinson, S. 62 , 79 , 263 , 266 , 273 , 274
attitudes promoted by:
geography 315 -6;
history 299
attribution theory 8
autonomy:
see empowerment

b
Baker, J. 182 , 183
Baldwin, P. 105 , 108 , 118
Banks, D. 291
Bartlett, R. 173 , 183
Baxter, A. 208 , 220
Beck, I. 167
Benn, T. and B. 202
Bennett, N. 16 , 19 , 56 , 79 , 338 , 344 , 347
Bennett S. 25 , 52
Bennison, N. 215 , 219
‘Big Paper’ 291
Birkenshaw, L. 220
Bissex, G. L. 335 -6, 347
Blake, J. 167
Blenkin, G. 24 , 52 , 55 , 79
Bradshaw, A. 175 , 183
Brainerd 2
book-making 146 , 149 ;
non-fiction 178 -81
books:
big books 157 -62;
children’s literature 153 -6, 167 ;
children’s non-fiction 181 -3
Bowlby, J. 7
Brown, M. 26 , 52 , 262 , 273
Browne, A. 136 , 151
Bruce, T. 1 , 19 , 59 , 79
Bruner, J. S. 2 , 3 -5, 10 , 19 , 25 , 52 , 102 , 118
Burningham, J. 155 , 167
Burton, L. 263 , 274
Butler, D. 181 , 183
Buxton, L. G. 274

c
CAN (Calculator-Aware Number curriculum project) 269 , 273
Cave, J. 291
Cavendish, S. 83 , 97
Cazden, C. B. 5 , 16 , 19
cephalo-caudal development 188 -9, 190
Chacksfield, M. 209 , 220
Clark, V. 213 , 215 , 220
classroom environment: 31 -2, 37 -9, 46 -50;
layout plans 28 , 33 , 38 , 48
Clay, M. 174 , 175 , 184
Clayden, E. 84 , 97
Cleave, S. 56 , 79
Clement, R. 222 , 233 -1, 240

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