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Professionalism in the Interdisciplinary Early Years Team
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List of Contributors; Foreword; Introduction; Part I: Introducing the Context for Professionalism; 1. The Child in Context: Policy and Provision Avril Brock; 2. Issues and Challenges for the Interdisciplinary Team in Supporting the 21st Century Family Carolynn Rankin and Fiona Butler; 3. Perspectives on Professionalism Avril Brock; Part II: Meet the Key Professionals; 4. The Early Years Professional and the Children's Centre: At the Hub of the 'Big Society'? Pam Jarvis and Wendy Holland; 5. The Early Years Teacher: Working Across the Birth to Seven Age Range Pat Broadhead; 6. Health and Social Care Professionals: A Holistic Approach Kate Karban and Sue Smith; 7. The Social Worker: Protecting the World's Most Vulnerable Children David Saltiel; 8. The Speech and Language Therapist: Laying the Foundations of Communication Tracey Marsh; 9. The Early Tears Librarian: A Key Partner in Promoting Early Language and Literacy Carolyn Rankin; Part III: Conclusions; 10. A Future for Interdisciplinary Professional Work - Mainstream to Oppositional? Nick Frost; Index.

List of Contributors; Foreword; Introduction; Part I: Introducing the Context for Professionalism; 1. The Child in Context: Policy and Provision Avril Brock; 2. Issues and Challenges for the Interdisciplinary Team in Supporting the 21st Century Family Carolynn Rankin and Fiona Butler; 3. Perspectives on Professionalism Avril Brock; Part II: Meet the Key Professionals; 4. The Early Years Professional and the Children's Centre: At the Hub of the 'Big Society'? Pam Jarvis and Wendy Holland; 5. The Early Years Teacher: Working Across the Birth to Seven Age Range Pat Broadhead; 6. Health and Social Care Professionals: A Holistic Approach Kate Karban and Sue Smith; 7. The Social Worker: Protecting the World's Most Vulnerable Children David Saltiel; 8. The Speech and Language Therapist: Laying the Foundations of Communication Tracey Marsh; 9. The Early Tears Librarian: A Key Partner in Promoting Early Language and Literacy Carolyn Rankin; Part III: Conclusions; 10. A Future for Interdisciplinary Professional Work - Mainstream to Oppositional? Nick Frost; Index.

About the Author

Carolynn Rankin is Senior Lecturer in the School of Applied Global Ethics, Leslie Silver International Faculty, at Leeds Metropolitan University, UK. She lectures on the management of information and library services and the role of the information professional and her research interest is the role of the early years librarian in multidisciplinary teamwork. Avril Brock is Principal Lecturer in the Carnegie Faculty of Sport and Education at Leeds Metropolitan University, UK.

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'...a balanced compilation of perspectives from a diverse representation of professionals concerned about future directions in children services and the professions that support their cause. Themes in the book take the reader beyond boundaries in the UK to ponder worldwide political implications for global trends in Early Education.' Louise Swiniarski, Professor of Education, Salem State University, Massachusetts, USA
'...a balancedcompilation of perspectives from a diverse representation of professionalsconcerned about future directions in children services and the professions thatsupport their cause. Themes in the book take the reader beyond boundaries inthe UK to ponder worldwide political implications for global trends in EarlyEducation.' LouiseSwiniarski, Professor of Education, Salem State University, Massachusetts, USA
'The book not only informs the reader of a variety of professional perspectives (as well as attempting to portray the child's own viewpoint) but it also analyses the meanings and practices behind the rhetoric of interprofessional early years team working. In this respect it will be invaluable to both professionals and students of early childhood courses. Perhaps most importantly, the book makes a constructive and forceful argument for changes in the way we view interprofessional working in the future early years team.' Caroline Bath, Senior Lecturer in Early Childhood, Department of Education, Childhood and Inclusion, Sheffield Hallam University, UK

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