Involvement of Children and Teacher Style

Insights from an International Study on Experiential Education

Ludo Heylen (Author), Ferre Laevers (Author),

Series: Studia Paedagogica 35

Category: Education

Language: English

ISBN: 9789058673428

Publication date: January 28, 2004

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Number of pages: 189

Size: 240 x 160 x 10 mm

Stock item: 45889

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The aim of this book is to explore in depth how the process-oriented approach can improve the quality of education and teaching in a wide variety of contexts, that is: (1) in several European countries with different traditions and cultures, (2) in settings going from early childhood education up to the field of the professional development of teachers and (3) in institutions with differing profiles, ranging from research centres to teacher training institutes.

Ferre Laevers
Introduction

Ferre Laevers
Making care and education more effective through well being and involvement

Michaela Ulich & Toni Mayr
Implementing the Involvement scales in Garman day care centres

Maria Nabuco & Silverio Prates
Improving the quality of early childhood education from within

Diane Doble Leemans
Air-sea rescue terminated by lack of pedagogical tact

C. Pascal & T. Bertram
The quality of adult engagement in early childhood settings in the UK

Marjatta Kalliala & Leena Tahkokallio
The adult role in Finnish early childhood education and care

J. Formosinho
Childhood Pedagogy: The importance of interactions and relations

Gabriella Portugal & Paula Santos
Enabling and empowering early intervention professionals

Peter Van Sanden & An Joly
Inclusive education in Nicaragua

Ludo Heylen
A process-oriented Self-assessment instrument SMS-EXE

Ferre Laevers
Conclusions and reflections

Ludo Heylen

Ferre Laevers

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