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Hoot James L., Bakuza Fortidas Rwehumbiza, Lavasani Masoud Gholamali, Park Sungok Reina, Sharifian Maryam S., Szecsi Tunde, 2016
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Since education plays a pivotal role in creating such a citizenry, the world's teachers have a critical role to play--especially teachers of very young children. Relatively little is known, however, about global challenges facing the preparation of…
Moss Peter, 2014
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In this chapter I delve further into two stories much-heard in early childhood education today: what I term the 'story of quality and high returns' and the 'story of markets'. I consider each story line in more detail. But I also. take a critical…
Boyd Lynda, February 2009
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A description of New Zealand?s policies and programs in which young children are immersed and instructed in second languages, including the environments in which children from immigrant families learn English, and the Kohanga Reo programs in which…
Einarsdottir Johanna, Dockett Sue, Perry Bob, February 2009
Reports & Papers
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A study of children?s narratives about their transitions to school, their memories of preschool, their first year of school, and their future expectations for school, collected through a drawing exercise with small numbers of children in Iceland and…
Harris Kylie, Barnes Sally, February 2009
Reports & Papers
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An exploration of the differences in children?s ratings of their male and female teachers? caring, playing, organizing and teaching roles, based on interviews with 37 4-year-old children from the state of South Australia
Whitington Victoria, Floyd Irene, February 2009
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of the intersubjective acts in the socio-dramatic play of 28 children from two early education sites in a middle-income suburb of an Australian city
Stephenson Alison, February 2009
Reports & Papers
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An account of the use of photographs and digital cameras in a study of children?s perspectives of their spaces and activities at a Te Whariki child care center
Samuelsson Ingrid Pramling, Pramling Niklas, February 2009
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A discussion of the collection of children's perspectives in the assessment and development of their learning and their environments, and a presentation of three examples from preschool environments in Sweden
Mitahabwa Lyabwene, January 2009
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A historical overview of child care and early education policy in Tanzania since the country?s colonial period, and overviews of the current state of services offered, workforce development, and challenges faced by the country?s child care and early…
Korat Ofra, January, 2009
Reports & Papers
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A comparison of the evaluations of children's emergent literacy by their mothers, by their teachers, and by a series of tests, and a comparison of the accuracy of the evaluations provided by mothers with low and high levels of education, based on a…
Nergaard Trude Brita, January 2009
Reports & Papers
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A qualitative evaluation of a multi-center half-day program providing cultural integration for young children from immigrant and minority families in Oslo, based on interviews with 45 participating families, 15 staff, and 7 teachers
Munn Penny, October 2008
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A special issue of the International Journal of Early Years Education, examining the applicability of the concept of the universal child in several developed- and developing-world early childhood education (ECE) contexts
Munn Penny, October 2008
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An introduction to a special issue of the International Journal of Early Years Education, examining the applicability of the concept of the universal child in several developed- and developing-world early childhood education (ECE) contexts
Mwaura Peter A.M., Sylva Kathy, Malmberg Lars-Erik, October 2008
Reports & Papers
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A comparison of the cognitive development of preschool-age children cared for at home, at secular preschools, and at preschools using the mixed Islamic and secular curriculum of the Madrasa Resource Centre (MRC) Early Childhood Programme, in three…
Cameron Claire, October 2008
Book Reviews
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A review of an account of the history and innovative practices of the Sheffield Children's Centre, a non-traditional provider of child care, family services, advocacy, and employment in a low income community