Early Childhood Studies: Enhancing Employability and Professional Practice explores essential aspects of best practice within children's services in order to enhance employability skills, identifying how and why key aspects of best practice have emerged within children's services. The key elements of professional practice at the centre of the multidisciplinary work in today's children's services are considered, including: different childhoods; child development; enhanced learning; professional skills; inclusion; holistic practice. Each chapter draws together practical teaching experience with sound academic analysis to support those training to work in the early childhood sector, and those already practising, to raise their employability potential by identifying and evaluating best practice.(Online: www.dictionary.reference.com). Urban, M. (2008), a#39;Dealing with ... Archer , L. and Leathwood, C. (2003), a#39;Identities and inequalities in higher educationa#39;, in L. Archer, M. Hutchings and A. Ross (eds), Higher Education and Social Class: Issues of Exclusion and Inclusion. London: Routledge Falmer. Atherton, J.S.anbsp;...
|Title||:||Early Childhood Studies: Enhancing Employability and Professional Practice|
|Author||:||Ewan Ingleby, Geraldine Oliver, Rita Winstone|
|Publisher||:||Bloomsbury Publishing - 2014-12-18|