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How do home-based co-ordinators support educators to notice, recognise, and respond to children’s learning?

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Sally Peters, Tracey Hooker, Sue Biggar, and Frances Bleaken

In home-based early childhood networks, co-ordinators play a key role in supporting educators to provide quality education for children. This article investigates what co-ordinators can do to effectively support educators to enhance their work with children, including providing supportive advice and on-the-job training.

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ECF2008_12_041 Peters et.al, How do home based co-ordinators support educators..., ECF, 2008 $15.00