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Pt. 1. What does being a reflective early years practitioner contain? -- pt. 2. How does reflective perform tell operating with young ones? -- pt. three. modern perform : a neighborhood of reflective pros

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Buckingham: Open University Press. Engestrom, Y. (1993) Developmental studies of work as a testbench of activity theory: the case of primary care medical practice, in S. Chaiklin and J. Lave (eds) Understanding Practice: Perspectives on Activity and Context. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Huberman, M. (1995) Networks that alter teaching, Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice, 1(2): 193–211. G. C. (1997) Documentation: the Reggio Emilia approach, Principal, 76(5): 16–17. Kennedy, M.

Taking this idea into early years settings and contexts means recognizing how important our interactions are in children’s development. Reflecting on how children interact with each other, and how we interact with them, is a vital part of this. Thinking together could be seen as another way of talking about sustained shared thinking, itself integrally bound into a reflective approach to practice, as an important element of effective early years provision. In addition to this, it has been argued that we should take note of the consequences of living and working at a time of rapid change such as we are experiencing in the early twenty-first century.

The interpretive process focuses on the documentation itself. Drawn in part from arts practices the pair or group support one another in adhering to the following process. ’ Step 4: Hearing from the presenter(s) In other words, hearing views from the practitioner(s) responsible for collecting and selecting the material to bring to the discussion. This might include why they collected it, but also thoughts in response to questions and observations raised by others (easier to do if they have jotted down other people’s thoughts during steps 1–3).

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