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Health and Wellbeing in Childhood
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The period from birth to twelve years is crucial in a child's development and can significantly impact future educational success, resilience and participation in society. Health and Wellbeing in Childhood, 2nd edition provides readers with a comprehensive foundation in health and wellbeing education across key priority areas, covering physical, social and emotional learning and development. This edition has been thoroughly updated to include the latest research and resources and incorporates expanded material on diversity, mental health and contemplative practice. Learning is supported through a suite of features including key terms, case studies, links to curriculum documentation, reflective activities and end-of-chapter questions. A new instructor companion website features a curated suite of reading materials, extension questions and sample responses. Written by an expert author team comprised of leading academics and practitioners, Health and Wellbeing in Childhood equips readers with the knowledge and skills to promote and implement effective practice in the field.

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  • Chapter 9 - Friendships
    pp 141-160
    • By Maryanne Theobald, Senior Lecturer in the School of Early Childhood at Queensland University of Technology, Australia., Susan Danby, Research Fellow and Professor in the School of Early Childhood, and Co-leader of the Childhoods in Changing Contexts Research Group, at Queensland University of Technology, Australia., Catherine Thompson, now retired from active research with Queensland University of Technology although still maintains a keen interest in research involving early childhood., Karen Thorpe, Professor at the Centre for Children's Health Research, Queensland University of Technology, Australia.

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