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Linking Theory and Practice

Linking Theory and Practice

Accessible and authoritative descriptions of theory and research linked closely to practice with young children and families.

Support students on degree programmes and Foundation Degree courses as well as practitioners extending their professional development.
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About the author
Jennie Lindon is a well-known Early Years author and specialist in working with services for children and their families.
A chartered psychologist and bestselling author, she runs her own early years training and consultancy business. She was worked extensively with early years, educational and playwork services as well as residential and foster carers.
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Endorsements
Here’s what people are saying about the series:
'An in-depth exploration of behaviour in a very comprehensive and clear structure. The book is rich in resources, ideas, planning and specialised materials related directly to meaningful theory. A wonderful guide...'
– Dr Eleni Kanira, Senior Lecturer, Birmingham City University (about Understanding Children’s Behaviour: 0-11 Years)
Endorsements
Here’s what people are saying about the series:
‘The text is clearly written and easy to understand. They give you advice on how you can relate this to your practice and give suggestions for reflection. I would recommend it and I will use this book after my studies’.
 Amazon reviewer, 3rd March 2012 (about Leadership and Early Years Professionalism)
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