How Children Learn 3: Tutor Resource Pack assists tutors in teaching contemporary educational theorists and psychologists to Early Years, Child Care and Education students. This teaching support tool accompanies the bestselling title How Children Learn 3: Contemporary thinking and theorists and contains a range of practical resources, including video clips, photos, presentations and activities.
- Activities focussing on 15 contemporary theorists with activities geared towards a range of different learning styles
- A range of video clips demonstrating what theory looks like in practice, with support activities
- A photobank of children in learning scenarios, as well as learning tools to illustrate clear links between each of the theorists
- Presentations for each theorist which introduce the basic principles of their theories, as well as examples of theory in practice
This pack covers the following theorists:
- Jay Belsky
- Urie Bronfenbrenner
- Tina Bruce
- Guy Claxton
- Mary-Jane Drummond
- Judy Dunn
- Martin Hughes
- Ferre Laevers
- Vivian Gussin Paley
- Steven Pinker
- Carl Rogers
- Barbara Rogoff
- Kathy Sylva
- Colwyn Trevarthen
- Gordon Wells
- Influences on British Early Years Policy and Practice: Margy Whalley, Lesley Abbott and Janet Moyles.
About the authors
Sheila Riddall-Leech is an early years and childcare author and experienced CACHE tutor. She runs her own training company specialising in delivering CACHE courses to students. Linda Pound is an early years consultant and respected author, and has written the three student titles in the How Children Learn series.