"The Nanny Handbook" is a comprehensive guide to all aspects of working with children in their own home and is ideal for all nannies, whether new or qualified, female or male. The contents include: establishing effective working relationships with children and their parents; promoting children's emotional well-being; responding to problems and special situations within the family; managing children's behaviour; nanny networks and making the most of free time; travel and working abroad; and, moving into other careers working with children. This full-colour book explores every aspect of nannying, as well as explaining all the qualifications available in child care training. It provides useful examples of day-to-day nanny work, based on good child care theory and practice, as well as the experiences of real-life nannies. The book also includes exercises to develop the nanny's personal and professional skills, plus activities to encourage and extend children's development and learning.Biografía del autor:
Teena Kamen has lectured on a range of early years care and education courses in the West Midlands. A former primary school teacher, she is now a full-time writer and researcher. Her previous books include the bestselling Teaching Assistant's Handbook and Psychology for Childhood Studies, also published by Hodder & Stoughton.
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Descripción Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, 2004. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110340814683