Attachment: Cortisol & Care
Dr Pam Jarvis provides the background to her paper on 'Attachment theory, cortisol and care for the under-threes in the twenty-first century: constructing evidence-informed policy' which leaves us with more questions than answers; Pam references the work by Bowlby in this insightful presentation followed by a short discussion.
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Additional Documents / Handouts
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Attachment theory, cortisol and care for the under-threes in the twenty-first century: constructing evidence-informed policy
Paper / Article written by Pam
Published 13th May 2020
Attachment in the 21st Century
Summary written by Dr Clare Sansom
4 things teachers need to know about attachment theory by Pam Jarvis
Educating Yorkshire in Aces Awareness
Blog for Leeds Trinity University by Pam Jarvis
Dr Pam Jarvis is a chartered psychologist and a historian. Her key research focus is the wellbeing of children, young people and their families, and the development of social policy to support this.
She has numerous publications to her name, including the books Early Years Pioneers in Context, The Complete Companion for Teaching and Leading Practice in the Early Years and (with Dr Yinka Olusoga), Perspectives on Play.
Her PhD focussed on play-based learning in four-to-six-year-olds. She is currently reader in childhood, youth and education at Leeds Trinity University.
On Time: A Novel in Progress
"When the Corona Virus situation changed our lives forever, I was in the middle of writing a novel, (working title On Time) that I aimed to publish at some undetermined point in the future. As an established blogger, it then began to occur to me that I might alternatively choose to donate a new, free at source novel to a world currently in lockdown, published chapter by chapter. My hope is that my near-future imaginings might offer some element of escapism at this very difficult time…."
We have created a reflection document in various formats, please click on the button below to select which works best for you; Once completed, please email to: Juls@EYMatters.co.uk and once reviewed a certificate will be emailed to you.