How are you planning from children’s interests? How do you use your observations to truly respond to the needs of the children in your care?
Observation, planning and assessment are fundamental to good practice in early years settings. This book examines how practitioners can develop the skills necessary for observing children, how they can use these observations as a tool for planning and how assessment should be used not only to test what children know, but as a means of improving practice.
Taking a child-centred approach, Helen Bromley looks at the underpinning principles of observation, planning and assessment and provides practical guidance to enable practitioners to be creative and offer activities that reflect children’s interests and support their future learning. Topics covered include:
Including examples of children’s achievements in each chapter and photographs to illustrate good practice, this book is essential for practitioners and students wishing to fully respond to the interests and needs of the individual children in their care.
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Helen Bromley is a freelance consultant and writer. She taught in the early years for 19 years and was a deputy head in a large infant school and became an advisory teacher. She has also worked in teacher training and as a tutor for the Open University. Helen has published widely in the field of literacy in the early years and is a regular contributor to educational journals. She is the author of Early Education’s publication Making my own mark.
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