Equality and inclusion in early childhood will help you to understand the key principles and best practice across the areas of social inclusion: gender, ethnic group and cultural background or faith, disability and heatlh. You will be able not only to understand special issues, but also how to address dilemmas in balancing the diverse needs of children and families with provision.
This new edition brings readers up to date with changes in legislation and guidance. The content reflects recent developments to address the experiences of boys and concerns about their achievement. New perspectives focus on ensuring a proportionate response to family preferences for children's care. A notable feature of Equality and inclusion in early childhood is how readers are supported to link equality practice with a sound knowledge of what young children understand and how their attitudes develop.
This book is part of Jennie Lindon's series 'Linking Theory and Practice'. The established approach provides accessible descriptions of relevant theory and research, yet links this information closely to practice with young children and families. The content and style of the series has been developed to support students on Early Childhood degree programmes, Early Years Foundation Degree courses, practioners working towards Early Years Professional Status and also expereinced senior practitioners working towards Early Years Professional Status and also experienced senior practitioners extending their professional development and that of their team.
|Publisher:||Hodder Education Publishers|
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|Product dimensions:||7.40(w) x 9.60(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Jennie Lindon is a bestselling Early Years author and Chartered Psychologist.