Good Practice in the Early Years
This third edition of Good Practice in the Early Years includes chapters on current key issues for early years practitioners such as multi-professional working, inclusion, child protection and children's rights and participation. As well as exploring key areas of good practice, the contributors explore the dilemmas that can arise from implementing good practice.
An invaluable resource for all early years and childhood students and practitioners, this guide provides case studies and exercises to encourage readers to develop their understanding and knowledge of good practice in all early years settings.
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2 Childrens Rights and Participation
3 Reflective Practice
4 Diversity and Inclusion in the Early Years
5 Growing and Developing
6 Promoting Young Childrens Health
7 Child Protection and Safeguarding Issues
8 Working with Parents and Families
9 MultiAgency Working
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