Should UK Children’s Books Be Non-Gender Specific
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Should UK Children’s Books Be Non-Gender Specific

http://publishingperspectives.com/2014/03/should-uk-childrens-books-be-non-gender-specific/ Publishing Perspectives Article: March 19 2014:  Dennis Abrams   The Guardianreports that “a national campaign to stop children’s books being labeled as ‘for boys’ or ‘for girls’ has won the support of Britain’s largest specialist bookseller Waterstones, as well as children’s laureate Malorie Blackman, poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy, Philip Pullman and a handful … Continue reading

Gender stereotyping in the early years
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Gender stereotyping in the early years

http://www.teachnursery.com/a-unique-child/view/gender-stereotyping-in-the-early-years FROGS AND SNAILS, SUGAR AND SPICE Professor Cathy Nutbrown of the University of Sheffield discusses issues of gender stereotyping in early childhood settings…   Teach Nursery: Internet   Author: Cathy Nutbrown is Director of Studies in Early Childhood Education at the School of Education, University of Sheffield. Further discussion of the issues of ‘inclusion’ can be found in Cathy’s book, Key Concepts in Early Childhood Education … Continue reading

Due to a child’s age or developmental stage, a child may not be able to communicate, have the words, cognitive understanding or emotional awareness to digest complex feelings or experience
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Due to a child’s age or developmental stage, a child may not be able to communicate, have the words, cognitive understanding or emotional awareness to digest complex feelings or experience

    This has been collated from information from the SCIE (Social Care Institute for Excellence) learning course that I have taken; this information has been re: written in my own words so copyright has not been infringed. I wanted to share it with you all so we can all learn effectively and give the … Continue reading

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News: Nearly Half Of Poor 11 Year Olds Unable To Read Books, Newspapers and Websites

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/educationnews/11080151/Nearly-half-of-poor-11-year-olds-unable-to-read-books-newspapers-and-websites.html   Save the Children released the findings to mark the beginning of a national campaign to eliminate illiteracy among primary school children by 2025. As many as one and a half million children will have finished primary school unable to read adequately if the 2025 target is missed the report authors are warning.   Continue reading