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Getting started with schemas
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INF57

INF57

Getting started with schemas

Revealing the wonder-full world of children's play

Learning about schemas gives us a way of talking about children's fascinations, and then understanding them to support children's learning. This book is a user-friendly 'first taste' of schemas, but also has enough theoretical substance to give readers a solid foundation of understanding.

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