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  • Author(s) Elizabeth Rouse
  • SubtitleBuilding Connections and Supporting Families
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  • Published24th September 2019
  • PublisherOxford University Press ANZ
  • ISBN9780190306823
  • University course codes
    • Edith Cowan University (ECU):LAN1009 - Communication Skills for Teaching and Learning
    • Swinburne University of Technology:EDU30006 - Science and Technology Education: Curriculum and Pedagogy
    • University of New England (UNE):EDEC324 - Early Education Leadership Theory and Practice
    • University of Notre Dame:ED4001 - Families and partnerships in Teaching and Learning: 0- 8 Years

Building Connections and Supporting Families

Discover how to build meaningful connections and effectively support familiesPartnerships in the Early Years explores the connections that early years educators build with families and communities in the context of supporting children’s learning. It aims to provide pre-service teachers and early years educators with an understanding of the theories of partnerships and relationships, and equip them with the practical skills and strategies they need to build effective and meaningful partnerships.This text supports developing reciprocal understanding between educators and families, and recognising the diversity of contexts that impact families and communities. It aims to build commitment to creating responsive, collaborative and trusting relationships with children, families, colleagues and the community; while also providing an opportunity to engage further with new ideas and perspectives for taking this practice forward.KEY FEATURESChapter Focusses are outlined at the beginning of each chapter as a signpost for what content will be coveredCase Studies at the start of each chapter give examples of different types of partnerships and provide a lens through which to explore and reflect on the concepts presentedImportant points are highlighted throughout the text as quotes providing a visual cue and descriptive summaryReflective Questions at the end of each chapter assist students in digesting the content and allow for reflection on any assumptions. These questions are also useful for tutorials or group work exercises.

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  • Author(s) Elizabeth Rouse
  • SubtitleBuilding Connections and Supporting Families
  • Edition
  • Published24th September 2019
  • PublisherOxford University Press ANZ
  • ISBN9780190306823
  • University course codes
    • Edith Cowan University (ECU):LAN1009 - Communication Skills for Teaching and Learning
    • Swinburne University of Technology:EDU30006 - Science and Technology Education: Curriculum and Pedagogy
    • University of New England (UNE):EDEC324 - Early Education Leadership Theory and Practice
    • University of Notre Dame:ED4001 - Families and partnerships in Teaching and Learning: 0- 8 Years

Building Connections and Supporting Families

Discover how to build meaningful connections and effectively support familiesPartnerships in the Early Years explores the connections that early years educators build with families and communities in the context of supporting children’s learning. It aims to provide pre-service teachers and early years educators with an understanding of the theories of partnerships and relationships, and equip them with the practical skills and strategies they need to build effective and meaningful partnerships.This text supports developing reciprocal understanding between educators and families, and recognising the diversity of contexts that impact families and communities. It aims to build commitment to creating responsive, collaborative and trusting relationships with children, families, colleagues and the community; while also providing an opportunity to engage further with new ideas and perspectives for taking this practice forward.KEY FEATURESChapter Focusses are outlined at the beginning of each chapter as a signpost for what content will be coveredCase Studies at the start of each chapter give examples of different types of partnerships and provide a lens through which to explore and reflect on the concepts presentedImportant points are highlighted throughout the text as quotes providing a visual cue and descriptive summaryReflective Questions at the end of each chapter assist students in digesting the content and allow for reflection on any assumptions. These questions are also useful for tutorials or group work exercises.
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