Theories into Practice
Understanding and rethinking our work with young children and the EYLF
"Theories position children and their knowledge in particular ways which have ramifications for how educators teach, learn and understand child development."
This is from Essential Resources' Theories into Practice book and ebook. Written by Nolan and Raban, Theories into Practice outlines how effective curriculum and pedagogy are underpinned by evidence-based theories.
The book familiarises early childhood educators with learning theories and the theorists behind their development. More importantly for educators – what the practical implications are for their teaching. In other words, how can you turn theory into practice?
The Challenging Aspects of Practice (CAP) is a downloadable tool to help educators identify and consider the theoretical perspectives that act to shape their practice. This tool relates to the NQS: Quality Area 1. It is designed to stimulate thinking and conversation at the individual and centre level, and assist in understanding the interplay between theory and practice.
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If you urgently need this teaching resource, the Theories into Practice ebook will give you immediate access.