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Heuristic Play

Author : Sheila Riddall-Leech
ISBN : 9781907241963
Genre : Education
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How to encourage investigative, discovery play with babies and children aged 0-5. Heuristic Play is a form of exploratory, investigative play that builds a whole range of skills for all children from birth to five. This guide looks at four age groups from birth to five and provides practical activities for setting up heuristic play sessions. Each session comes with expert advice on: - How to set up the session for each age group - The level of adult involvement - How to plan for these activities within the EYFS - How heuristic play relates to schemas of behaviour This easy to read and practical guide is the only one of its kind and an absolute essential for anyone working in the early years.

Sensory Play

Author : Sue Gascoyne
ISBN : 9781907241918
Genre : Education
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Sensory Play draws upon current research findings and observations to present an informative and practical guide to maximising children's sensory play opportunities. This guide enables practitioners to understand the values and benefits of sensory play, incorporating case studies and current research findings to make practical links to the EYFS. Sensory play is set within a wider context, highlighting links to child development theories. This title explains how sensory play can be a valuable tool in delivering curriculum outcomes in a wide variety of settings.

Developing Play For The Under 3s

Author : Anita M. Hughes
ISBN : 9781136990465
Genre : Education
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The treasure basket and heuristic play approach is astoundingly simple; by offering natural and household objects to babies and toddlers you can make a profound impact on their learning capabilities, encouraging concentration, exploration and intellectual development. Based on a wealth of research into how babies learn, Developing Play for the Under 3s shows how using this approach can transform the learning abilities of babies and toddlers. Featuring never before published, original interviews with the pioneer of the treasure basket and heuristic play, Elinor Goldschmied, this second edition includes: Accessible explanations of what babies think and do Links to child development and learning progress A new chapter on supporting the learning of two and three year olds Links to the EYFS outcomes Research evidence supported by case studies Resource ideas and activities for use in the nursery or at home Anita M. Hughes uses her own personal experience of working with the under 3s to guide readers through the benefits of the treasure basket and heuristic play. With clear and practical guidelines, this book is indispensible for anyone involved in the care of children in this age group wishing to create rich learning experiences.

Treasure Baskets And Heuristic Play

Author : Sally Featherstone
ISBN : 9781472902580
Genre : Education
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Heuristic Play is a tightly described, but freely accessed activity, using a specific range of 'found' or everyday objects, and, in its pure sense, is only really applicable to a specific age range (from 12 months to about two and a half). However, there is now plenty of evidence that heuristic play has continuing value for children throughout the Foundation Stage and well into the primary years. Collections of objects, carefully selected and offered in both adult-led and child-initiated sessions, indoors and outside, can build on the experience of treasure baskets In this informative and helpful book you will find further information on the process of using both treasure baskets and heuristic play with babies and young children. You will also find chapters which explore the benefits of heuristic play with objects for children throughout the early years from six months to seven years. Of course, the materials, the provision and the adult role will develop and change as children mature, so this book also gives guidance on how heuristic play itself should change to meet the needs of children at different stages of development.

Problem Solving Reasoning And Numeracy In The Early Years Foundation Stage

Author : Anita M Hughes
ISBN : 9781136033667
Genre : Education
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The Practical Guidance in the Early Years Foundation Stage series will assist practitioners in the smooth and successful implementation of the Early Years Foundation Stage. Each book gives clear and detailed explanations of each aspect of Learning and Development and encourages readers to consider each area within its broadest context to expand and develop their own knowledge and good practice. Practical ideas and activities for all age groups are offered along with a wealth of expertise of how elements from the practice guidance can be implemented within all early years settings. The books include suggestions for the innovative use of everyday ressources, popular books and stories. This book offers an in-depth understanding of children's thinking skills from a psychological perspective. The book introduces the Learning Tools model, a vital cognitive tool used by children to learn and solve problems, and gives practical ideas on how practitioners can use everyday materials to promote problem solving and early numeracy skills through play. Readers are encouraged to reflect on their own practice and understanding to help them provide learning opportunities to meet the unique needs of all children in their setting.

Play And Practice In The Early Years Foundation Stage

Author : Natalie Canning
ISBN : 9781473903333
Genre : Education
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Play is an underlying theme of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) but it is often a challenge for practitioners to provide a play based curriculum. This book investigates the values and beliefs that underpin play and demonstrates through case studies how play opportunities can be observed, planned and assessed in a meaningful context for the child. Organized into four sections that mirror the EYFS, this book takes you through the curriculum framework demonstrating how play underpins each of these principles and is the common thread that links them together. Chapters include: - celebrating children's play choices - ways to work with parents - inspiring environments for inspirational play - the role of play in supporting key relationships - creative play for flexible learning Incorporating the voices of Early Years practitioners, this book takes the unique approach of analysing the academic theory, showing how this can be put into practice and then suggesting activities to facilitate reflective practice and professional development. Useful to all those studying on any Early Years course, the book is particularly relevant to those leading practice in early years settings and those working towards Early Years Professional Status (EYPS).

Auswirkungen Instruktionaler Hilfen Bei Der Einf Hrung Des Ferro Magnetismus Eine Vergleichsstudie In Der Primar Und Sekundarstufe

Author : Alexander Rachel
ISBN : 9783832535483
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Diese Arbeit widmet sich den Fragen, inwieweit sich aus normativen Überlegungen sowie aus empirischen Befunden Argumente für oder gegen die Auswahl des Bildungsinhalts "Magnetismus" in bestimmen Jahrgangsstufen ergeben und durch welche instruktionalen Maßnahmen der Lernerfolg gefördert werden kann. Theoretische Grundlage stellt neben der konstruktivistischen Auffassung des Lernens das "Scientific Discovery as Dual Search" (SDDS)-Modell von Klahr und Dunbar (1988) als Rahmentheorie für (selbst-)entdeckendes Lernen dar. In einer empirischen Studie wurde untersucht, ob sich die Lernergebnisse von Grundschulkindern unter vergleichbaren unterrichtlichen Bedingungen von denen unterscheiden, die sich bei Schülerinnen und Schülern der Sekundarstufe I zeigen. Unter Berücksichtigung nichtkognitiver Schülermerkmale liegt ein spezieller Fokus auf dem Erwerb einer physikalischen Theorie sowie auf einem Modellverständnis als Facette von Wissenschaftsverständnis. Die Ergebnisse zeigen, dass das Konzept bezüglich Lernerfolg und motivationaler Gesichtspunkte erfolgreich umgesetzt werden kann. Grundschüler erreichten unter geeigneten unterrichtlichen Bedingungen das Wissensniveau der Gymnasiasten. Als lernförderlich erwies sich hierbei eine Phase direkter Instruktion zu Beginn der Unterrichtseinheit in Kombination mit einer schülerzentrierten Lernphase mit offenen Arbeitsanweisungen.

Leitfaden F R Faule Eltern

Author : Tom Hodgkinson
ISBN : 9783954030422
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Kindererziehung gilt als mühselig, kompliziert und teuer. Straffe Stundenpläne, Leistungstests, teure Freizeitaktivitäten und jede Menge Kommerz bringen schon früh eine ungesunde Dosis Stress und Arbeitsethos in das Leben unserer Kinder. Zugleich haben die angestrengten Eltern paradoxerweise das Gefühl, dass sie noch mehr leisten müssten, um die Last der Elternschaft schultern und ihren Kindern etwas bieten zu können. Aber wo sind Kreativität, Spiel und Selbstvertrauen geblieben? In seinem Erziehungsratgeber der anderen Art zeigt Tom Hodgkinson neue Wege zu einer lustvollen Erziehung auf. Unabhängige Kinder und glückliche Eltern, darauf kommt es ihm an. Er fordert uns auf, den Kindern Verantwortung zu übertragen und den Dingen Ihren Lauf zu lassen, anstatt Freizeitspaß teuer einzukaufen. Hodgkinson ignoriert alle modernen Erziehungsratgeber, er lernt stattdessen aus eigenen Fehlern und befragt die großen Denker aus geistvolleren Zeiten, unter ihnen Rousseau, Locke und Lawrence. Und so ist »Leitfaden für faule Eltern« keine Bedienungsanleitung, sondern eine inspirierende Sammlung von Reflexionen über die Frage, wie wir gemeinsam mit unseren Kindern das Leben genießen können.

Wie Kleine Kinder Schlau Werden

Author : John Caldwell Holt
ISBN : 3407228554
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Ausgehend von der Beobachtung des kindlichen Spielens erläutert der Autor, wie Kinder denken und lernen.

Assessment For Learning In The Early Years Foundation Stage

Author : Denise Chadwick
ISBN : 9781849201216
Genre : Education
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Are you struggling with the complexities of assessment? Demystifying the process of assessment for learning in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), Assessment for Learning in the Early Years Foundation Stage explains in straightforward language how to put principles into practice. Looking at models of assessment, the book draws heavily on examples of real assessments from practice, and the relevant theory is explained in context. Lessons from research are applied to best practice, and issues covered include: self-assessment and peer assessment collecting evidence as a basis for making judgements how to track the child's development in the six areas of learning using assessment to inform future planning summative assessment in the EYFS involving parents and carers in the assessment process using assessment to support children with additional needs moderation

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