Relationships and Learning
Subtitle: Caring for children from birth to three
Anna Gillespie Edwards
PLEASE NOTE: This title has moved to Jessica Kingsley Publishers and can be purchased from their website on the link below
What are the experiences of children in daycare settings? How can adults who care for them 'tune in' to their needs and interests? To answer these questions, researchers from NCB's Early Childhood Unit observed 15 children in daycare settings, from their arrival and separation from parents in the morning to their departure and reunion with parents in the evening.
Based on the research, this user-friendly book highlights the importance of one-to-one relationships with young children for fostering their self-esteem, well-being and their ability to learn.
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