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Samuelsson Ingrid Pramling, Sheridan Sonja, Williams Pia, 2006
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An analysis of similarities and differences among five different preschool curricula, including Reggio Emilia, Te Whariki, Experiential Education, High/Scope, and the Swedish National Curriculum for Preschool
Alvestad Marit, Duncan Judith, 2006
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A qualitative study of how New Zealand preschool teachers perceive the meaning, value, and focus of Te Whariki, the New Zealand early childhood curriculum, and a comparison of this curriculum with Sweden and Norway's early childhood curricula
Brostrom Stig, 2006
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A critical discussion of the new Danish early childhood curriculum, designed for children from the infant stage through age six
Murphy Brian, 2006
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A nationally representative, survey-based study of Irish infant child care teachers to determine the extent to which child-centered curriculum guidelines had been implemented in infant child care classrooms
Oberhuemer Pamela, 2005
Other
Peer Reviewed
A summary of a cross-national study (Australia, Chile, China, Denmark, France, New Zealand, Nigeria, Poland, Scotland, Sweden) analyzing early childhood curriculum models in terms of their learning areas, evaluation methods, and relations to primary…