Training on the job: How do home-based co-ordinators support educators to notice, recognise and respond?

Hooker, Tracey and Peters, Sally and Biggar, Sue and Bleaken, Frances (2008) Training on the job: How do home-based co-ordinators support educators to notice, recognise and respond? Project Report. Teaching and Learning Research Initiative, Wellington, New Zealand.

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The research project aimed to identify and document the ways in which home-based childcare co-ordinators support educators caring for children in their own homes to notice, recognise, and respond to children’s learning. The research objectives were to: • investigate co-ordinators’ practice • document educators’ understanding of children’s learning • discover how one impacts upon the other. There were three research questions: 1. What are co-ordinators doing to support educators to notice, recognise, and respond to children’s learning? 2. What changes are evident in educators’ practice as a result of what co-ordinators do? 3. What factors seem to be important in this process?

Item Type:Monograph (Project Report)
Keywords that describe the item:Early Childhood Education, Home-based Childcare, Training, Educators
Subjects:L Education > LB Theory and practice of education > LB1139 Early childhood education
Divisions:Schools > School of Education
ID Code:372
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Deposited On:01 Sep 2009 05:03
Last Modified:02 Aug 2011 23:20

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