Observing and Developing Schematic Behaviour in Young Children: A Professional’s Guide for Supporting Children’s Learning, Play and Development Paperback – Illustrated, 21 Jul 2017
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Each chapter begins with a stated objective, which makes it easy to identify sections for re-reading or reference if you are dipping into the book to freshen up your knowledge... This book will prove invaluable to any practitioner or setting that is looking to gain a better understanding of schematic bahaviour. This is an accessible text that will prove very popular. Author: Early Years Educator (EYE) Magazine
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The book is set out into easily accessible and identifiable chapters, each one focusing on each type of schematic play/behaviour, with real-life examples which is brilliant for relatability purposes for practitioners with sample observations of real children and their play, cementing the information given then giving clear and understandable examples of how the observations of these types of schemas can be unpicked, linked to additional learning and extended into further learning opportunities and activities. These are particularly useful for practitioners who have a limited or non-existent knowledge of schemas prior to reading this book.
For parents, this book is perfect for understanding certain behaviours and play types children display and stresses the importance of how these behaviours are all learning opportunities for children and can be supported and extended in order to facilitate the child’s learning and development.
Tamsin Grimmer’s extensive experience and research in this area is evident through her impressive knowledge, professional yet informative and conversational narrative that she employs for this book and for practitioners of any experience (and parents alike) will be guaranteed to read this book and learn something new and be able to facilitate and support children’s learning and development in either a professional or parental environment.
I would recommend this book to anyone wishing to gain a deeper insight into, or learn about schematic play and behaviours and feel that this book is accessible to a varied audience which is a huge selling point, particularly when so many other books within the Early Years sector are written in such a professional and academic manner which isolates a significant audience, this book can be picked up and enjoyed by anyone wishing to develop their own knowledge and understanding of children’s learning and development.