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Nursery practice could be improved by communication and assertiveness training for the staff, says Jackie Cosh. 'A child has brought you an object of interest and is asking you what it is. How would you promote discussion of this?'

18 November

Louise Masterson is fast approaching the assessment part of the Early Years Professional course which she is following through the NDNA and Open University.

Where could a teaching degree lead a candidate with widely varied working experience who wants to keep specialising in the early years? Tina Jefferies suggests three career possibilities and the earnings to expect

Practitioners tell Karen Faux about sources they have used for inspiration and professional development. Nursery manager Sharon Mackenzie wanted to gather new ideas for working with parents to take back to her Busy Bees setting in Southport.

Age: 52Current role: Organiser, Home-Start HerefordshireQualifications: BA (Open University) mainly social science subjectsCertificate in Interpersonal Skills for Volunteers.Wide range of CPD courses including training in working with extendedschools

Name: Sue Smith

Although not a childcare expert, the French philosopher Rousseau has had a far-reaching influence on our ideas about childhood, says Professor J Eric Wilkinson

The once-radical teachings of Friedrich Froebel about early development were so fundamental that today we take them for granted, says Professor Kevin J Brehony

The distinction between children's academic and intellectual growth is among Lilian Katz's important messages, writes Sylvia Chard

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