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The Feeling Child

The Feeling Child Author Maria Robinson
ISBN-10 9781136330872
Release 2014-02-05
Pages 104
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What impact does children’s emotional development and well-being have on their capacity to learn? How do you provide learning experiences that meet the developmental needs of every child in your care? The Feeling Child thoughtfully discusses the key principles of children’s emotional and behavioural development alongside descriptions of everyday practice. It clearly explains how a child’s early experiences influence their particular behaviours towards different people and different situations. Throughout the book, Maria Robinson considers the key characteristics of effective learning and shows how play is one of the key mechanisms that children use in their discovery of themselves and the world around them. These characteristics are then applied to integral aspects of early years practice to help practitioners to: support children to come to new understandings in safe yet challenging ways understand the ways in which children may approach or withdraw from learning opportunities reflect on their own teaching methods to encourage children’s engagement, motivation and creativity through effective observation and planning engage with parents and carers to help support children’s learning at home whilst maintaining the values of the family. celebrate the uniqueness of each child and provide learning experiences that are appropriate for individuals with particular learning needs, be they physical, emotional or cognitive to ensure that every child has an equal opportunity to succeed. Emphasising the importance of understanding the theory that underpins children’s emotional development, this accessible text shows practitioners how they can use this knowledge to provide learning opportunities that nourish children’s thinking and creative skills.



Laying the Foundation A Handbook of Catholic Apologetics and Fundamental Theology

Laying the Foundation  A Handbook of Catholic Apologetics and Fundamental Theology Author Fr. Joseph Clifford Fenton, S.T.D.
ISBN-10 9781941447697
Release 2016-03-01
Pages 516
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Laying the Foundation: A Handbook of Catholic Apologetics and Fundamental Theology is a classic text by the late Fr. Joseph Clifford Fenton, a highly respected author, professor, and theologian of the twentieth century. “This book appeared in 1942 under the rather unimposing title We Stand with Christ: an Essay in Catholic Apologetics. It should have become a classic. It is, I believe, the greatest work of apologetics produced in a time of superstar apologists such as F. J. Sheed, Ronald Knox, and Fulton Sheen. It represents the high point of apologetics as well as a gold standard for subsequent works of fundamental theology.”—from the foreword by Scott Hahn, Franciscan University of Steubenville.



Laying the Foundation

Laying the Foundation Author James Lee Beall
ISBN-10 9781458713254
Release 2010-05-06
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This is a catechism for Christians who realize the need to become more thoroughly grounded in their faith. It's a serious attempt to achieve a biblical foundation without trying to defend any particular tradition.



The Social Child

The Social Child Author Toni Buchan
ISBN-10 9781135904036
Release 2013-04-12
Pages 120
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What helps babies and young children develop proficient social skills? How do children's early relationships and social interactions influence their future emotional resilience and wellbeing? The Social Child thoughtfully discusses the key principles of children’s social development alongside descriptions of everyday practice. It aims to provide the reader with a rich understanding of the social skills and relationships that children develop as well as their discovery of communication and language. The book explores the importance of developing genuine, trusted and reciprocal relationships with babies and young children and shows how a child’s intrinsic drive to be social can be nourished and supported. Throughout the book, the author emphasises the importance of play in developing children‘s relationships and language skills and aims to help practitioners to: understand the factors that can help and hinder fundamental social processes for babies and young children; create secure and unconditional psychological and physical environments for children to practice their emerging language and communication skills; reflect on their own teaching methods to heighten their receptiveness to children’s social attempts to communicate through effective observation and planning; engage with parents and carers to help support children’s learning at home whilst maintaining the values of the family; celebrate the uniqueness of each child and provide learning experiences that are appropriate for individuals with particular learning needs, be they physical, emotional or cognitive to ensure that every child has an equal opportunity to succeed. Emphasising the importance of understanding the theory that underpins children’s social development, this accessible text shows practitioners how they can use this knowledge to provide learning opportunities that nourish children’s emerging communication and social skills.



W E B Du Bois on Crime and Justice

W E B  Du Bois on Crime and Justice Author Shaun L. Gabbidon
ISBN-10 9781317000730
Release 2016-02-24
Pages 150
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This is the first book to discern the contribution of Du Bois' work to criminology and criminal justice through a comprehensive review of his papers, articles and books. Beginning with reflections from his childhood, the author traces Du Bois' ideas on crime and justice throughout his life. This includes a unique analysis of Du Bois' experience as an object of the criminal justice system, a review of his FBI file, his 1951 trial and his pioneering social scientific research program at Atlanta University. The book illustrates the depth of Du Bois' interest in the field and reveals how he was a pioneer in key areas of criminology and criminal justice. The book contains five appendices which include four original papers written by Du Bois as well as maps from The Philadelphia Negro.



Laying the foundations

Laying the foundations Author Great Britain: Department for Communities and Local Government
ISBN-10 010851112X
Release 2011-11-24
Pages 88
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This is the Government's strategy to tackle the housing shortage, boost the economy, create jobs and give people the opportunity to get on the housing ladder. It covers: help for home buyers; help for housebuilders; improving fairness in social housing; support for the private rented sector; action on empty homes; supporting older people to live independently. The strategy also proposes accelerating the release of public sector land with capacity to build up to 100,000 new homes by 2015, and support up to 200,000 construction and related jobs during development.



Westbrooke Or Laying the Foundations

Westbrooke  Or Laying the Foundations Author Lizzie Bates
ISBN-10 HARVARD:HN6JXQ
Release 1867
Pages 256
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Laying the Foundations

Laying the Foundations Author Dave Kelly (Training coordinator)
ISBN-10 0954095359
Release 2014
Pages 172
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Laying the Foundations

Laying the Foundations Author Luciano P. R. Santiago
ISBN-10 UOM:39015052347989
Release 2002
Pages 203
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Laying the foundations 1902 1904

Laying the foundations  1902 1904 Author Robert Goode Hogan
ISBN-10 0391006096
Release 1976
Pages 164
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Laying the Foundations

Laying the Foundations Author Anna Martínez
ISBN-10 9781904787846
Release 2006
Pages 116
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Teaching children about sex and relationships is an essential but challenging part of a primary school teacher's role. Based on projects undertaken by the Sex Education Forum, this resource has been developed to support primary school staff in developing SRE policy and practice.The resource includes sample lesson plans for Key Stages 1 and 2 that tie into requirements of the National Curriculum and recommendations from Ofsted. Other chapters look at policy development, planning, delivering and assessing SRE, and specific topics like reproduction, growing, feelings, keeping safe, keeping clean and healthy, friends, families, and choices and consequences.



Laying the Foundations

Laying the Foundations Author Neil Hicks
ISBN-10 UVA:X002578555
Release 1993
Pages 69
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A National Curriculum for All

A National Curriculum for All Author Philip O'Hear
ISBN-10 1872452310
Release 1991-01-01
Pages 29
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Laying the Foundations of Nationhood

Laying the Foundations of Nationhood Author Seretse Khama
ISBN-10 IND:39000001112999
Release 1982
Pages 27
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Laying the Foundations of Industrial Justice

Laying the Foundations of Industrial Justice Author Greg Patmore
ISBN-10 1862874638
Release 2003-01-01
Pages 309
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In 2002 the Industrial Relations Commission of NSW celebrated its centenary. Its earliest predecessor, the NSW Court of Industrial Arbitration, held its first meeting on 16 May 1902. While there is great deal of interest in the federal arbitration system, the NSW system covered more workers in the state and led the federal tribunal in a number of areas. The lengthy periods of Labor Party Government in NSW provided a favourable environment for progressive industrial legislation. State legislation led the way in Australia on the 40-hour week, long service leave, equal pay for women and job security. The state tribunal also led the federal tribunal on concepts such as the living wage and more recently issues such as family care leave for same sex couples and equal remuneration irrespective of gender. Currently, the NSW Commission covers a broader range of issues than the federal tribunal and in recent decisions has highlighted issues such as human rights at work and comparable worth. This book focuses on the first nine presidents of the Industrial Relations Commission and its predecessors, commencing with Henry Emanuel Cohen in 1902 and concluding with Judge Bill Fisher, who retired in 1998. These Presidents include Albert Piddington, George Beeby and Charles Heydon. Many of the Presidents had careers that impacted far beyond the Commission as well. They steered the Commission through a changing political, industrial and economic climate. These individuals' experiences reveal that industrial regulators are not simply the creatures of capital, labour or government but can shape their own agendas. The book includes an overview chapter that comprehensively covers the history of NSW industrial arbitration. Greg Patmore edited the book and there are chapters by Andrew Frazer, Andrew Moore, Greg Patmore, John Shields and Lucy Taksa. The book has appeal to anyone interested in law, public policy, industrial relations and Australian history.



Laying the Foundations for Clean Development

Laying the Foundations for Clean Development Author Louise Aukland
ISBN-10 1843691922
Release 2002-01-01
Pages 39
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Laying the Foundations Second Edition

Laying the Foundations  Second Edition Author Anna Martinez
ISBN-10 9781907969980
Release 2012-10-22
Pages 160
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Teaching children about sex and relationships is an essential but challenging part of a primary school teacher's role. The second edition of this market leading practical guide supports primary school staff in teaching SRE and developing SRE policy and practice