Techniques for Teaching Young Children: Choices in Theory and Practice
OverviewThis text presents early childhood students and staff with a broad range of teaching techniques to support children's learning. It examines 26 techniques ranging from the simple - such as describing and listening, to the complex - such as deconstruction and scaffolding. It defines each technique and describes how, when and why staff might use it to enhance young children's learning. The book concludes with a strategic approach to selecting teaching techniques, demonstrating how they link with an educational philosophy.