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Self Esteem and Early Learning

by Rosemary Roberts


    Notify Me


An enjoyable book, which covers research as well as practical strategies for anyone working or living with young children - Debate This is a very positively framed and optimistic book - Early Years This very accessible, enjoyable, well-informed, clearly conceived and emotionally intelligent book will be of interest to all early years practitioners, whether experienced or embarking on initial teacher training, for it is always useful to be reminded that the personal, social and emotional area of learning must be of prime importance in early years curriculum - Journal of Early Childhood Research In this revised edition of her book, Rosemary Roberts skillfully brings alive how young children develop a sense of themselves. The chapters have reader-friendly layout and the family story woven throughout the book illustrates the main points in a very real way. The content is gleaned from the authors extensive experience with families in the PEEP project in Oxfordshire. The book is especially effective because the author shows such empathy towards the feelings and dilemmas of caring adults.However, the flow of chapters balances the feelings and behaviour of children as well as that of the adult.

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