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Home Browse Books Book details, Birth to Three Matters: Supporting the Framework. Birth to Three Matters is essential reading for anyone involved in providing care and education or developing policy for children between birth and three

Home Browse Books Book details, Birth to Three Matters: Supporting the Framework. Birth to Three Matters: Supporting the Framework of Effective Practice. By Lesley Abbott, Ann Langston. Birth to Three Matters is essential reading for anyone involved in providing care and education or developing policy for children between birth and three. The book: Explores the structure and content of the Birth to Three Matters Framework.

Home Browse Books Book details, Parents Matter: Supporting the . It complements and extends the DfES Birth to Three Matters framework.

Home Browse Books Book details, Parents Matter: Supporting the Birth to Three. Parents Matter: Supporting the Birth to Three Matters Framework. This book explores the important role of parents and the extended family in the lives of babies and young children. It complements and extends the DfES Birth to Three Matters framework, which supports practitioners in working with children aged birth to three, and builds on the information provided in the companion book Birth to Three Matters: Supporting the Framework of Effective Practice (Open University Press, 2004).

Parents Matter: Supporting the Birth to Three Matters Framework She is currently directing the Birth to Three Training Matters Project funded by the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation and recently received . .

Parents Matter: Supporting the Birth to Three Matters Framework. List of Contributors Lesley Abbott is Professor of Early Childhood Education at the Institute of Education at Manchester Metropolitan University. She directed the Birth to Three Matters Project for the DfES. She is currently directing the Birth to Three Training Matters Project funded by the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation and recently received a Lifetime Achievement Award alongside Lesley Staggs. Ian Barron is Principal Lecturer in Early Childhood Education at the Manchester Metropolitan University. He is a member of the national Early Childhood Studies Degrees Network.

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This book explores the important role of parents and the extended family in the lives of babies and young children. It complements and extends the DfES Birth to Three Matters framework, which supports practitioners in working with children aged birth to three, and builds on the information provided in the companion book Birth to Three Matters: Supporting the Framework of Effective Practice (Open University Press, 2004).

Written by academics, practitioners and policy makers interested or involved in the development of the Birth to Three Matters framework, this book argues that parent engagement is essential for developing partnerships within communities in order to give children the best start in life, and shows how this can be achieved. The book: Discusses ways in which services may be developed to involve parents more fully in the care and education of babies and young children Looks at the powerful role of parents and grandparents in the lives of children Considers how skilled practitioners can manage relationships to provide support for both parents and children at difficult times Explores the ways in which parents can be helped to fulfil their own needs at the same time as meeting their children’s needs Includes discussion of families whose children have special needs or disabilities Parents Matter is essential reading for early years professionals and students on courses in Early Education, as well as policy makers, professional development trainers, local authority trainers, social workers and health visitors who work with very young children.


Parents Matter: Supporting the Birth to Three Matters Framework download epub
Schools & Teaching
Author: Lesley Abbott,Ann Langston
ISBN: 0335219802
Category: Education & Teaching
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Language: English
Publisher: Open University Press; 1st edition (2006)
Pages: 184 pages