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  • Author:
    Elinor Goldschmied,Dorothy Y. Selleck,Peter Elfer
  • ISBN:
    1843120798
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    978-1843120797
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    Routledge; 1 edition (June 29, 2005)
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    180 pages
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ByPeter Elfer, Elinor Goldschmied, Dorothy Y. Selleck. Elfer, . Goldschmied, . Selleck, D. Y. (2012). Key Persons in the Early Years.

ByPeter Elfer, Elinor Goldschmied, Dorothy Y.

I purchased this book expecting a serious academic/ PRACTICAL academic-level (6/7+) treatise on the subject of Key Persons. I have been somewhat disappointed.

Key Persons in the Early Years makes compelling reading for everyone in the early years community! The authors have skilfully brought together a rich discussion of the theory which underpins the origins and philosophy of the Key Persons approach, alongside their own expert knowledge and ways of knowing young children. Dr Jools Page, Programme Director, MA in Early Childhood Education (UK & Malta), University of Sheffield. I purchased this book expecting a serious academic/ PRACTICAL academic-level (6/7+) treatise on the subject of Key Persons.

Peter Elfer; Elinor Goldschmied; Dorothy Y. The Key Persons approach is a corner stone of good practice in the nursery. This book gets to grips with what it is, the theory behind it and the practicalities of implementation.

By Peter Elfer, Elinor Goldschmied, Dorothy Y. Dorothy Y. Selleck is an independent early years consultant working in local authorities around the UK, leading training and mentoring for schools and settings on the Key Persons approach. 164 pages 26 B/W Illus. For Instructors Request Inspection Copy. Continuing Professional Development. School Leadership, Management & Administration.

Peter Elfer is Senior Lecturer in Early Childhood Studies at Roehampton University. Elinor Goldschmied was an internationally renowned trainer and early years consultant and her work continues to have a profound influence on theory and practice today. She is best known for introducing the Treasure Basket, Heuristic Play with objects and the Key Persons approach into early years practice.

Article in Early Years 33(3) · September 2013 with 41 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. Having contacted those of her childhood friends that were also her companions at school, I could only obtain from them scarce if intimate information. I shall do so remembering her as a teacher, as the director of my thesis, as a human being and as a person who welcomed a family which she.

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WORKSHOP Implementing the Key Person Approach (KPA) Peter Elfer Principal Lecturer and Convenor, MA Early . Taken from Elfer, Goldschmied and Selleck (2011) Chapter Five, Key Persons in the Early Years. London: David Fulton.

WORKSHOP Implementing the Key Person Approach (KPA) Peter Elfer Principal Lecturer and Convenor, MA Early Childhood Studies – University of Roehampton 1 Participants of this workshop will have an opportunity to:  Reflect on the contribution of Elinor Goldschmied who originally developed the Key Persons Approach for children in day care as well as to learn about new knowledge of why the KP relationship i. 6 7. Related documents.

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Key persons in the early years: Building relationships for quality provision in early years settings and schools (2nd e. Fonagy, . Gergely, . Jurist, E. & Target, M. (2004). The challenge to care in schools: An alternative approach to education (Advances in Contemporary Educational Thought Series, Vol. 8). New York: Teachers College Press. Caring: A feminine approach to ethics and moral education (2nd e. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Building relationships for quality provision in early years settings and primary schools 2 nd E.

Building relationships for quality provision in early years settings and primary schools 2 nd Ed. London: Routledge. Foley, P. and Rixon, A. (E. (2008) Changing children’s services: Working and learning together. Bristol: Policy Press. McDowall-Clark, R. and Murray, J. (2012) Reconceptualizing Leadership in the Early Years. McKimm, J. and Phillips, K. (2009) Leadership and Management in Integrated Services. Exeter: Learning Matters.

The Key Persons approach is a corner stone of good practice in the nursery. This book gets to grips with what it is, the theory behind it and the practicalities of implementation. The authors guide the reader through: making the Key Persons approach work in nurseries using the book's realistic strategies; tackling problems and building on strengths using the book's review criteria; and lightening the study load by using the book's clear explanation of policy and debate.