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Updated to reflect the 2012 EYFS, this accessibly written title covers one of the trickiest subjects for early years practitioners working within the EYFS: how to plan for sessions and follow individual children's interests at the same time. It covers how practitioners can change their approach to planning and teaching. The EYFS curriculum states very clearly that all planning should be based around the interests of individual children. This title aims to support practitioners by offering a very practical approach to incorporating or developing child-initiated learning in their everyday teaching and planning. This book looks in a very pragmatic way at what individualised learning looks like in practice, featuring examples of best practice, and tips for incorporating theoretical knowledge into routine use. This book covers the organisation and communication skills needed, as well as the role of early years leaders in supporting their staff in delivering an individualised learning program.
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Jennie Lindon an experienced writer in the field of early years education, having written over 30 titles. Her background is in child psychology and she has worked as a chartered psychologist during a career of over thirty years in early years education Jennie has been involved with a very wide range of settings and services within early years care, education, playwork and out-of-school care, as well as residential and foster care.
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