Learning Theories for Early Years Practice (Paperback)Sean MacBlain (author)
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An explanation of each key theorist is guided by a clear structure, including:links to other theoristsstrengths and weaknesses of the theorythe theory in practice
Packed full of case studies, activities, points for discussion, extended and recommended reading, this is a fantastic resource for students and teachers who want to build a strong foundation in learning theories, to enable them to support the young children in their care as effectively as possible.
Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd
Number of pages: 120
Dimensions: 297 x 210 mm
In this book Dr Sean MacBlain has expertly summarised each theorist, from the classics right up to the modern day. By putting each theory into historical and social context, the reader can really understand the significance of each child development theory, as well as its relevance to current practice.
The additional information, such as strengths and weaknesses, case studies and comparison to other theories will be incredibly valuable for students. The instructive and beautiful illustrations make this a visually engaging book, creating an essential text for Early Years practitioners.-- Kathy Brodie