Provides a comprehensive background to a different way of observing young children and planning their educational experiences.
With greater understanding of the effect of working with others in groups and acknowledgement of the impact of society and culture, a more holistic approach to learning is encouraged, rather than a focus on the individual.
The in-depth experience of the authors is reflected in their enthusiasm for this topic, and their challenge to others to undertake this journey.
Observing and planning in early childhood settings: Using a sociocultural approach, with its balance of theory and examples of practical application, will be a valuable tool for early childhood professionals who are seeking to understand and implement a sociocultural approach in their educational settings.
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