Learning Theories for Early Years Practice

Understanding and applying learning theories is crucial to the transition from study or training, to practice in a real world setting This new textbook will prepare the reader by demonstrating how key learning theories pan out in practice, with the aid of photographs, examples and clear explanations Divided into three main sections, Early Influences, Modern Influences, aUnderstanding and applying learning theories is crucial to the transition from study or training, to practice in a real world setting This new textbook will prepare the reader by demonstrating how key learning theories pan out in practice, with the aid of photographs, examples and clear explanations Divided into three main sections, Early Influences, Modern Influences, and Challenges for Theorists in a Changing World, this author identifies the key theorists in early childhood, past and present, before linking them to the main issues and developments that face early years practitioners today An explanation of each key theorist is guided by a clear structure, including links to other theorists strengths and weaknesses of the theory the 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.
Learning Theories for Early Years Practice Understanding and applying learning theories is crucial to the transition from study or training to practice in a real world setting This new textbook will prepare the reader by demonstrating how key

  • Title: Learning Theories for Early Years Practice
  • Author: Sean MacBlain
  • ISBN: 9781526450739
  • Page: 136
  • Format: ebook
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