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Cokely D., Baker-Shenk C. American signal Language.. A scholar textual content, devices 1-9 (Gallaudet college Press, 1991)(ISBN 0930323866)(400dpi)(194s)
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Second, at a deeper educational level, there is now strong evidence to suggest that developing the skills of ‘self-regulation’, sometimes referred to in the psychological literature as ‘metacognition’, is crucial to becoming an effective learner. As we shall see, this development of young children as independent learners crucially depends on meeting the needs of young children discussed in Chapter 1 – the needs for emotional support and intellectual challenge. There is currently widespread interest in fostering ‘independent learning’ among young children, as attested by a number of publications (Featherstone and Bayley, 2001; Williams, 2003) and by recent ofﬁcial government guidelines.
The rest of the present volume is dedicated to indicating how these understandings can be translated, imaginatively and reﬂectively, into the everyday practice of the early years classroom. J. (2000) Early Years Learning, Report 140, London: POST (Parliamentary Ofﬁce of Science & Technology). Bruce, T. (1987) Early Childhood Education, London: Hodder & Stoughton. S. (1972) ‘The nature and uses of immaturity’, American Psychologist, 27, 1–28. P. (2001) Minds, Brains, and Learning, London: Guilford Press.
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