The new edition includes coverage of:
- play in education policies; UK and international perspectives
- working with parents
- social and cultural diversity
- children with special educational needs and disabilities
- outdoor play
Each chapter includes case studies provided by practitioners, along with questions and tasks to promote critical engagement and reflection on key issues and debates.
This book is for students on Childhood Studies courses and those on Initial Teacher Education and Masters programmes in early childhood and primary education. Experienced practitioners on CPD courses will also find it useful.
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