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McDevitt Seung Eun, September, 2016
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Tobin, Arzubiaga and Adair invite us to listen carefully to the forgotten voices of our very essential members in the field of early childhood education: immigrant parents and teachers. The book is relevant in our current context of early childhood…
Tavecchio Louis W.C., June 2009
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A review of descriptions and a discussion of the professionalization of the child care workforce in Belgium, the United Kingdom, France, New Zealand, and Denmark
McLellan Sylvia, April, 2009
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A review of a description and account of the outcomes of a course of study that stresses the importance of community partnerships and aboriginal values instead of Western best practices, designed for preservice teachers intending to work in…
Duffy Bernadette, March 2009
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A review of a discussion of the roles, tasks, and techniques of the leader in the English early childhood setting, including an overview of emerging models of leadership, a survey of practitioners? perspectives on leadership, and an overview of…
McGillivray Gill, March 2009
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A review of an explanation and discussion of the United Kingdom government's efforts to professionalize the early years sector workforce
Soni Anita, October 2008
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A review of a discussion of the roles, tasks, and techniques of the leader in the English early childhood setting, including an overview of emerging models of leadership, a survey of practitioners' perspectives on leadership, and an overview of…
Hope Gill, February 2007
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A review of a compilation of contributions by the Early Childhood Studies degree course team at Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU), who have been national leaders in the field, covering such topics as play, families, child protection,…
Manning Maryann, Patterson Janice, Winter 2006/2007
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A review of book for early education teachers outlining cultural values held by Latino families and ways for teachers to incorporate them into the classroom
Luckin Rose, December 2006
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A review of a practical guide to information and communications technology curriculum development, designed for practitioners, managers and curriculum developers in early childhood education
Krieg John M., 2006
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A review of a book on the experiences of child care workers and on the effects of job turnover on quality in preschools in northern California
Roedenbeck Maren, 2006
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A review of a textbook for early education teachers outlining cultural values held by Latino families and ways for teachers to incorporate them into the classroom
Fleer Marilyn, 2005
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A review of a collection of writings on research related to the preparation and certification or credentialing of early childhood practitioners, and issues regarding the nature of early childhood practice
Rauscher Lauren, 2005
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Documentation of the experiences of family child-care providers, the most understudied type of all providers based on interviews with 20 family childcare providers of various ethnic and class backgrounds in the state of Washington
Kimmel Jean, 2005
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A review of an anthology of papers presented at the first annual Carework Network conference in 2000
Lawrence Terri, 2005
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A review of an examination of nontraditional learners needs based on stories told by the learners