Working with Families in Children's Centres and Early Years

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    Give learners and professionals an accessible overview of the most current research into working with families with this resource published in partnership with the Pen Green Centre. Published in partnership with the internationally-renowned Pen Green Centre and written by respected experts and leading members of the research unit at Pen Green, this textbook for Foundation Degree learners, undergraduates and professionals provides both an overview of current research and best practice on how it can be applied in children's centres and Early Years settings. It is an essential resource for all those working and studying in this sector. - Aids visual learners with specially commissioned photographs from the Pen Green Centre which visually demonstrate best professional practice - Gives practical guidance and up-to-date information so early years professionals can be confident at the start of their career - Covers topics such as the diversity of family life, the role of ICT and video work in documenting children's learning, issues of confidentiality and informed consent and home visiting in relation to the 'key person', 'homestart volunteer' and family support roles

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    Number of Pages: 256
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781444178821
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    Listed in: Child welfare, Social work, Pre-school & kindergarten
    Publisher: Hodder Education Textbooks

    Books by Cath Arnold

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