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The Developing Child in the 21st Century
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1. Children and Childhoods 2. The Child as Meaning Maker 3. The Child as Social Constructor 4. The child as Creative Thinker 5. The Child as Symbol User and Symbol Weaver 6. The Child in Culture 7. The Child as Role-Maker 8. The Child as Investigator

About the Author

Sandra Smidt is a writer in early years education. Her most recent books include: Introducing Malaguzzi (2012); Introducing Bruner (2011); Playing to Learn (2010); Planning for the Early Years Foundation Stage (2009); Key Issues in Early Years Education, second edition (2009); Introducing Vygotsky (2008); Supporting Multilingual Learners in the Early Years (2007) and A Guide to Early Years Practice, third edition (2007), all published by Routledge.

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