1. Introduction. 2. Brain Development. 3. Observing Young Children. 4. Connecting. 5. Containing. 6. Core and Radial. 7. Enclosing. 8. Enveloping. 9. Going Through a Boundary. 10. Orientation. 11. Positioning. 12. Rotation. 13. Trajectory. 14. Transforming. 15. Transporting. 16. Reinterpreting Behaviour. 17. In Summary. Glossary.
An easy-to-understand guide to schemas and extending schematic behaviour to support learning and development in young children
Tamsin Grimmer is an Early Years Consultant and a one of the Early Years Directors for Linden Learning. She is based in Wiltshire, UK.
Each chapter begins with a stated objective, which makes it easy to identify sections for re-reading or reference if you are dipping into the book to freshen up your knowledge... This book will prove invaluable to any practitioner or setting that is looking to gain a better understanding of schematic bahaviour. This is an accessible text that will prove very popular. -- Early Years Educator (EYE) Magazine