By Linda Miller, Carrie Cable, Gill Goodliff
This article may help lecturers extend their wisdom and useful talents educating childrens a while 0-3 within the gentle of modern projects within the united kingdom.
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This can be from parental views, media images, and the child’s own perceptions of the way people are seen and treated. The most common form of prejudice young children experience is through name-calling or through negative references by other children (or adults) to their gender, dress, appearance, skin colour, language or culture. Educators may hear some of these remarks and it is vital that these are dealt with appropriately as they arise. ’ Early years educators are often worried about their lack of experience and their lack of knowledge and understanding in dealing with these matters.
It is widely recognised that an integrated, holistic and developmental approach is needed to learning, teaching and care with children from birth to 7. Many adults believe children remain innocent, but even the very youngest children are constantly learning from what and who is around them. They learn not only from what we intend to teach but from all of their experiences. For example, if girls and boys or children from traveller families are treated differently or in a particular manner from other people then children will learn about the difference as part of their world-view.
Supporting Children's Learning in the Early Years by Linda Miller, Carrie Cable, Gill Goodliff