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Denise Reardon

Denise Reardon is an established author who has been successfully involved in early years teaching, training and lecturing for over 30 years.  She has taught early years children in nurseries and schools and worked as a Local Authority Early Years Advisory Teacher. She has also been instrumental in leading a wide number of national early years initiatives and programmes spanning both further education (Canterbury and North-West Kent) and the higher education sector (Canterbury Christchurch University), She has successfully written and co-authored foundation, bachelors and Master degrees for early years teachers, educators and practitioners. Her Masters dissertation in Education Leadership explores team working and was used to inform previous publications of this book.  Denise has recently retired from being the Early Years Teacher, Programme Director at Canterbury Christchurch University to concentrate on her writing, three early years grandchildren and now sits on the ‘Early Years Teacher’ advisory board at Middlesex University and is a member of the world Preschool Association (OMEP) an international non – governmental and non-profit organisation with consultative status at the United Nations and UNESCO. Denise has a particular interest in early years creativity and the evolving role of the Early Years teacher. 

Denise Reardon, Dilys Wilson and Dympna Fox Reed will be discussing ideas from Early Years Teaching and Learning in Doing Your Early Years Research Project, a SAGE Masterclass for early years students and practitioners in collaboration with Kathy Brodie. Find out more here.