LTC has contributed to a range of literature focusing on early years education. Founder Linda Tallent has written and published a number of titles including:
Overview: This practical and easy-to-use guide identifies the barriers faced by children with a wide range of different additional needs. It provides case studies of each of the major conditions, describes the behaviour of the child involved and the process of diagnosis, concluding with practical strategies on how to help these children become successful learners.
Authors: Linda Talent and Jean Thompson
Publisher: Featherstone/A&C Black (2011)
Overview: The problem of boys’ underachievement continues to present teachers and early years practitioners with challenges as well as opportunities. Only in Scandinavia – where formal education does not begin until the age of seven – do boys achieve at roughly the same rate as girls. In the UK the underachievement of boys continues to be high on the government agenda. This book addresses the issues that impact on achievement.
Authors: Linda Tallent and Gary Wilson
Publisher: Featherstone Education (2016)
Overview: The itkit is a practical and inclusive tool that supports the early identification of any delays in learning and development in young children. A finalist at the Nursery World Awards 2016 (Equipment – Staff Resources category), it continues to set the benchmark for innovative teaching.
Author: Linda Tallent