Stimulating Creativity and Enquiry

Author(s): Amy Arnold

Education Theory

The Key Issues series addresses some of the major challenges facing early years settings and primary schools. This new title looks at how, through questioning, practitioners can promote a more personalised learning led curriculum which is driven and led by learner's interests and thoughts. It will provide practical examples to inspire practitioners to focus on the use of questioning in their setting and it will highlight how all the strands of the EYFS can be covered through enquiry-based learning.

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The Key Issues series addresses some of the major challenges facing early years settings and primary schools. This exciting new title looks at how, through questioning, practitioners can promote a more personalised learning led curriculum which is driven by learner's interests and thoughts.

'Amy Arnold has taught across the primary phase and her passion to make learning meaningful and memorable is easy to see in this book. It succeeds in providing clear advice to practitioners and teachers.' Headteacher Update (2010) "A valuable tool... it is easy to read, attractively presented, practical and affordable" Early Years Update (July/August 2011)

Amy Arnold has taught across the primary phase, predominantly in Early Years and Key Stage One. She has held a variety of roles including Deputy Headteacher, Acting Headteacher and Local Authority Early Years Consultant. Amy is currently teaching at the University of Cambridge, inspiring trainee teachers on the Early Years and Primary PGCE. Amy is passionate about making young children's learning meaningful, purposeful and irresistible.

General Fields

  • : 9781408195024
  • : Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  • : Featherstone Education
  • : March 2013
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Amy Arnold
  • : Paperback
  • : 72