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Baker Megina, May, 2020
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This commentary explores how teacher research is exactly the tool we need for moving the needle on both professionalizing our field and addressing societal inequities. First, let’s look back at prior teacher research on equity; then, we’ll consider…
Campbell-Barr Verity, Bogatic Katarina, October, 2017
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This editorial serves as an introduction to a special issue of the journal Early Child Development and Care, focusing on the relationship between global and local perspectives of early childhood education and care services.
Lamy Cynthia Esposito, May, 2013
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Research shows that preschool programs--if they're of high quality--can provide an enormous boost that changes children's lives forever. (author abstract)
Samuelsson Ingrid Pramling, March 2011
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A review of an exploration of the ways in which local and global community dynamics influence activities and practices in early childhood education and care settings, based on a case study of one preschool in India, one in South Africa, and one in…
Harper Lourie J., Brand Susan Trostle, Summer 2010
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A presentation of criteria for the selection of multicultural literature for use with preschool and primary school-age children, and five strategies for the use of multicultural texts in the enhancement of child oral language, vocabulary, and…
Cleghorn Ailie, Prochner Larry, January 2010
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An exploration of the ways in which local and global community dynamics influence activities and practices in early childhood education and care settings, based on a case study of one preschool in India, one in South Africa, and one in Canada
Brooker Liz, Woodhead Martin, 2010
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A discussion of the role of culture in the development of early childhood programs
Ramsey Patricia G., October 2008
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An exploration of the relationship between children's development and societal divisions such as race, class, gender, and culture
Ramsey Patricia G., October 2008
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A discussion of the roles and goals of multicultural education in Head Start children?s learning and development
Hojholt Charlotte, 2008
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A theoretical exploration of the influence of children?s participation in their community on children?s development
Wessells Michael, Monteiro Carlinda, 2008
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An exploration of the influence of conflict situations and war on the development and well-being of young children in Angola, and an account of the outreach programs and advocacy of the Christian Children's Fund (CCF) in the country's post-conflict…
Brassard Marla R., Boehm Anne E., January 2007
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A presentation of a model for assessing 3- to 6-year-olds that integrates IDEA guidelines, theoretical approaches to child development, and current best practices, with discussions and case studies addressing the evaluation of culturally diverse…
Doucet Fabienne, Tudge Jonathan R.H., 2007
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A discussion of the transition to school as a cultural experience for children and families
Day Carol Brunson, 2006
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A discussion of the role of culture and diversity in children?s socioemotional development
Miller Suzanne, Fall 2005
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A description of ways early childhood teachers can support the six pledges contained in Manifesto 2000, which promotes the creation of a culture of peace and nonviolence in schools and classrooms