International perspectives in the early years
- Los Angeles : SAGE, 2014.
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- xiii, 173 pages ; 25 cm.
- Critical issues in the early years series.
LB1139.23 .I58 2014
- Unknown LB1139.23 .I58 2014
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- International Perspectives: Themes And Issues - Linda Miller and Claire Cameron PART ONE: CARE, EDUCATION AND NOTIONS OF INTERVENTION Seeing Early Childhood Issues Through A European Lens - Pamela Oberhuemer The Relationship Between Early Childhood And Primary Education - Yoshie Kaga How to Construct a Curriculum in an Italian Nido - Tullia Musatti, Donatella Giovannini, Susanna Mayer, Group Nido LagoMago The French Approach To Family Intervention With Families With Young Children - Anne-Marie Doucet-Dahlgren The Roma Early Childhood Inclusion (RECI) Research Project - John Bennett PART TWO: CHILDREN'S SPACES Space And Place As A Source Of Belonging And Participation In Early Years Services In Chiapas, Mexico - Margaret Kernan and Kathia Loyzaga Place-based Learning in Early Years Services: Approaches and Examples from Norway and Scotland - Bronwen Cohen and Wenche Ronning Perceptions of Using the Outdoors in Early Childhood Education and Care Centres in England, Hungary and Denmark: Some Questions About the Recruitment of Male Workers - Claire Cameron Agency and Children's Well-being - Roger Hancock, Ann Cameron and Ayshe Talay-Ongan International Perspectives: Using The Lens Of 'Other' To Consider What We Learn - Claire Cameron and Linda Miller.
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- Publisher's Summary
- Stemming from original research in the field, a broad range of contributors explore the key themes and debates surrounding international perspectives on early childhood education and care. Drawing on studies carried out in Norway, Mexico, France, Hungary and many more countries, the book covers a wide range of topics including: " relationship between early childhood and primary education " gender and play in ECEC " curriculum " inclusion " early interventions " working with families " the Forest School approach to learning " place-based learning With case studies, suggestions for further reading and discussion points, this is a key text for students of Early Years at all levels, from Foundation Degree to Masters, as well as current early years practitioners. Linda Miller is Professor Emeritus of Early Years, The Open University. Claire Cameron is Professor of Social Work, Anglia Ruskin University.
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- Early childhood education.
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- edited by Linda Miller and Claire Cameron.
- The critical issues in the early years series