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Bloch Marianne N., Swadener Elizabeth Blue, Cannella Gaile Sloan, 2014
Cannella Gaile Sloan, Grieshaber Susan, Hatch J. Amos, Jipson Janice A., Kantor Rebecca, Fernie David E., Johnson Richard, 2001
A collection of five stories written by early childhood educators with diverse theoretical orientations regarding their personal and professional identities
Viruru Radhika, Cannella Gaile Sloan, 2001
A critique of the ethnographic research of young children in favor of research that reflects children's experiences from their own unique perspectives
Cannella Gaile Sloan, Grieshaber Susan, 2001
A chapter encouraging early childhood professionals to challenge the dominant theories in the field of early childhood education and reconceptualize their roles within the classroom
Grieshaber Susan, Cannella Gaile Sloan, 2001
A chapter promoting broader conceptualizations of early childhood education, and providing an overview of related topics to be discussed in subsequent chapters
Cannella Gaile Sloan, 1997
A critical discussion identifying and deconstructing the themes that have formed traditional views of early childhood education, with a proposal for a new concept of early childhood education based on social justice and humanity