Demonstrate an understanding of the multi-professional nature of services in the early years through critical and well informed discussion.

Demonstrate a few learning goals:
1.the roles of early years professionals in the nursery
2.the influence of forest school on children
3. Demonstrate an understanding of the multi-professional nature of services in
the early years through critical and well informed discussion.
• Discuss with some understanding the roles of early years professionals or
those working with children in particular settings, drawing upon illustrative
examples which link theory to practice.
• Identify some of the structures, functions and philosophies of services for
children and their families.
• Disseminate knowledge gained through placement experience of services for
children and their families in a clear, reflective manner
*Reading List:*
Schon, D., 1995, The Reflective Practitioner. Aldershot, Arena
Paige-Smaith, A. and Craft,A. (eds) 2011, Developing reflective practice in the early years. Buckingham, Open University Press.
Reed,M. and Canning, N. (eds), 2010, Reflective practice in the early years. London, Sage.
Smith, K., Clegg, S., Lawrence, E. and Todd, M.J., The challenges of reflection:Students learning from work placements. Innovations in Education and Teaching International. 44:2 (2007) pp 131-141

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