By Alice Paige-Smith, Anna Craft
Pt. 1. What does being a reflective early years practitioner contain? -- pt. 2. How does reflective perform tell operating with childrens? -- pt. three. modern perform : a neighborhood of reflective pros
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S framework (1999): reasoning about the event; examining assumptions; conceptualizing characteristics. The practice at Pen Green and Pugh’s more generalized summary of parental participation (1989) may provide us with different ways of considering or approaching parental involvement in reflective practice. Other more detailed practices and guidance are included not only in government documents such as the EarlyYears Foundation Stage (DCSF 2008a) but also in documents such as the Index for Inclusion in the early years (Booth and Ainscow 2004).
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