How child-initiated learning works in practice
This book offers practical advice on what is meant by child-initiated learning and self-chosen experiences and, how observant educators are able to support children's learning. It helps educators to understand the importance of first-hand experiences for children and an interesting learning environment, flexible planning and documentation, in response to children's interests and skills. It also looks at dealing with uncertainty and confusion about adult-led activities and group time.
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