An Introduction to Early Childhood: A Multidisciplinary by Tim Waller (Ed.)

By Tim Waller (Ed.)

Linking conception to multi-professional perform, this source explores the key topics of early youth schooling. each one bankruptcy summarizes key issues, together with studying, health, inclusion, and specific academic wishes.

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Since Brook started school a year ago he has been a cause for concern. He is much smaller than the other children in his class. Ruby, her husband, Sky and Dale are all well built. Brook’s speech is poor, his development generally delayed and he has difficulty concentrating in class. His clothes are always shabby and he never brings toys from home. Ruby explained that he always breaks his toys and spoils his clothes so that it is not worth buying him new things. He has frequent bruising to his legs, back and face.

Lack of appropriate boundaries and vigilance means that the children are also exposed to sex offenders’ predatory behaviour. 9595 CHAP 2 13-26 16/6/05 8:55 am Page 16 16 An introduction to early childhood Case example Jane was six years old and lived with her mother, sister aged three and baby brother of 18 months. No fathers were in evidence although the mother had a constant stream of casual boyfriends. Jane was regularly left to parent the other children while the mother went out socializing.

Initiatives such as Education and Health Action Zones and Sure Start are examples of these ideals (Wolfendale, 2000: 149). INCLUSION: A HUMAN RIGHT? It is clear therefore that issues of equality and human rights are central to such a rationale, and as the above quote highlights, education is only one part of the picture. The drive towards inclusive education has to be seen in a wider societal context if it is to be meaningful and successful. In other words, inclusion should be less about teachers and pupils and more about the responsibilities of all citizens.

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