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Teachers TV this week

 

Early Years Workshop examines how youngsters learn in different settings, observing a group of five-year-olds pretending to run a pet shop and joining three-year-old boys on a bus trip. Wed 7.30pm (Freeview Wed to Thurs 1.30am)

EARLY YEARS WORKSHOP WATCH IT HERE

 

The Early Years in Action series investigates several Early Years topics, from transforming the learning environment on a budget to helping improve children's reading skills using phonics. You can watch the programme online. Wed to Fri 7pm (Freeview Wed to Sat 1am)

EARLY YEARS ENVIRONMENT WATCH IT HERE

 

 

The Four Ages of Every Child: 0 - 5 looks at how effectively the 'Every Child Matters' reform agenda is working for Early Years pupils in Brighton and Hove, one of the first local authorities presently operating as a Children's Trust. . Wed 9pm

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Peggy

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Also on teachers TV

 

Reggio Emilia approach to Early Years

 

The programme gives a flavour of the Reggio Emilia approach to Early Years education, rooted in a fascinating post-war history that gave rise to the value and study of childhood.

 

(Missed this one then Peggy!)

 

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Yep, it wasn't included on my email alert from Teachers TV :o

I like the Reggio ethos but not the expensive equipment ( light tables, mirrors etc)

 

Peggy

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I love the Reggio way of thinking also , limited planning following the childrens ideas using natural materials that cost nothing. (light boxes and mirrors excluded)

I did buy a light table last year and it is used everyday. I now want a mirror table but have yet to find a demountable one that is reasonably priced. I am also wondering if they scratch easily.

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Hi

 

Can you tell me more about light tables- where do you get them from and are they any good. I have seen a few in some settings but never in any catalogues.

 

Are they expensive?

Are they worth there money?

Would you recommend that one?

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