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Brown Christopher P., March 2007
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An examination of Wisconsin early childhood stakeholders' reactions to the Bush Administrations Good Start Grow Smart initiative and their perceptions of needed policies to help reform early childhood education
Halpern Robert, 2003
A history of urban after-school programs in the United States
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
Grieshaber Susan, 2001
A discussion of how early childhood educators manage their conflicting roles as caregivers and advocates
Campbell Sheralyn, Smith Kylie, 2001
A chapter encouraging early childhood educators to examine critically their attitudes regarding observations of fairness in the classroom
Hughes Patrick, MacNaughton Glenda, 2001
A discussion of gender identity formation, using the debate regarding the potential gendering effects of the Barbie doll on young children's self concept as a case example
Ritchie Jenny, 2001
A critique of individualistic early childhood curriculum in favor of more community-centered, cooperative teaching methods, using the author's experiences as an educator in a New Zealand Maori community as a case example
Adler Susan Matoba, 2001
A discussion by a Japanese-American early childhood educator of the importance of sensitivity in multicultural education, using her personal experience as a case example
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