Title: Inspiring Science in the Early Years: ...
Publisher: Open University Press
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: New
This book explores the science inherent in good early years practice and provides a rich range of ideas to inspire you to 'have a go' in your setting. Num Pages: 168 pages. BIC Classification: JNLA; JNU; YQS. Category: (U) Tertiary Education (US: College). Dimension: 154 x 229 x 8. Weight in Grams: 258. . 2014. Paperback. . . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland. Bookseller Inventory # V9780335264520
Synopsis: This book explores the science inherent in good early years practice and provides ideas for practitioners. It supports teachers and early years professionals to embed science education in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) statutory framework. With its focus both on science subject knowledge to support early years professionals and on how young children learn science the book offers an holistic approach, with a good balance between theory and practice. Topics include: How children construct scientific meaning Tuning into children's initial scientific understanding Common misconceptions How play supports the development of children's science ideas The provision of a rich environment for learning early years science Developing children's scientific experiences Science background knowledge to underpin activities that help children scientific concepts How adults can best support the development of children's science ideas and reasoning As such the book is intended as a guide to support a wide range of students i.e. both those intending to gain QTS (early years pathway) and those intending to work in early years including the new EYTS. It will also be relevant for established early years professionals who wish to improve the provision in their setting. Contributors: Babs Anderson, Linda Atherton, Jess Baines-Holmes, Faith Fletcher, Ellie Hoskins, Kath Orlandi, Kathy Schofield
Product Description: This book explores the science inherent in good early years practice and provides a rich range of ideas to inspire you to 'have a go' in your setting. It provides a balance between theory which underpins good practice and plenty of ideas of how you might put the theory into practice. With a focus on how children learn about the world they live in and activities intended to develop scientific understanding the book offers an holistic approach, with key topics including: *How children construct scientific meaning *Tuning into children's initial scientific understanding *How play supports the development of children's science ideas *Providing a rich environment for learning early years science *Developing children's scientific experiences This handy guide is ideal to support you if you are studying on an early years course, or if you are an established early years professional who wishes to enrich early scientific learning in your setting. Lois Kelly and Di Stead are Education Consultants specializing in primary science.
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