Divided into three main sections, this book identifies the key theorists and links them to the main issues and developments that face teachers of early years education today. This is aided by photographs, examples and clear explanations.
In When the Adults Change, Everything Changes: Seismic Shifts in School Behaviour, Paul Dix upends the debate on behaviour management in schools and offers effective tips and strategies that serve to end the search for change in children and turn the focus back on the adults.
A roadmap for parenting that draws on research in child development and cognitive science to distil the best information about parenting today into bite-sized pieces with real examples, useful tips, and tools and techniques that parents can apply right away. It is based on the author's popular parenting workshops.
Contains messages about the need to develop independence in boys, the importance of male role models within the close (and extended) family and what to look out for in school, including signs of peer pressure and limiting negative self beliefs. This book offers advice on how best to support boys in their learning and in developing self esteem.
Explains what science can teach us about parenting. Covering everything from breastfeeding to brain development, this edition includes fresh thinking on how screen time affects your child's brain, and a focus on how love, nurture, and play contribute to your child's development.