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'Daily issues, challenges, dilemmas and struggles in all settings, present themselves in a very identifiable way in this text...Very useful particularly for those looking at the transition from early years education into primary education [highlighting] the benefits of developing emotional literacy for all, and looks at how the emotionally-literate setting supports inclusion and promotes achievement' - Early Years Educator
A clear and engaging introduction to emotional literacy. This book includes a wealth of engaging case studies and photographs which allow students to connect theory and practice in an accessible way.
This book will be essential to the new Early Years Educator qualifications and I am recommending copies held in the Library
This book is practical to learn about action research and how to present them.
A very strong text with good examples and means of supporting children to develop their emotional literacy
I would recommend this book to all practitioners working in the early years.
A useful book that will be helpful to dissertation students who have chosen this topical subject. Useable with ideas for lesson plans, electronic resources. Good use of photographs.
This text is clearly written and provides a good overview of the theory and history concerning emotional literacy, as well as providing some lovely examples of how emotional literacy can be introduced to the classroom.
This is a very practical text with useful ideas for professionals working in the field. The text includes information from a research study, but I felt the findings were not always made clear.
Well presented. Key concepts very clearly explained.
Christine Bruce uses her own research project to discuss her ideas about how to introduce Emotional Literacy into the classroom for children age 3-8.
Bruce offers the inspiration:-"Emotional Literacy is a way of being, not just doing. It is an approach for life", that helps to place the appropriate importance on the concept.
A valid book to support any courses where Early Years is included. Some really valid suggestions and case studies.
A text which offers a wealth of creative practical strategies aimed at promoting emotional literacy and well-being
excellent text for undergraduate students developing understanding of emotional literacy
A good overview of how professionals can promote emotional literacy in teir settings
A useful text which students, who are working with children in the early years, will find interesting and illustrative to consult.
A practitioner focus - likely to prove attractive to ITE EYs students. Potentially fairly useful for an assignment our students have to complete with focus on PSED and PSHS+C.
It has arrived too late to recommend for 2010-11 but I will recommend it for 2011-12.
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