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The Routledge reader in early childhood education

Author: Elizabeth Wood
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Early childhood education has always provoked passionate feelings amongst stakeholders at all levels. This reader examines change, transformation and continuity in relation to five key themes: theoretical perspectives on learning, play, curriculum and pedagogy, policy, and professionalism and research methods.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth Wood
ISBN: 0415451515 9780415451512 0415451523 9780415451529 0203933028 9780203933022
OCLC Number: 154678028
Description: ix, 338 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction: Contestation, Transformation and Re-Conceptualisation in Early Childhood Education --
Section 1. Theoretical Perspectives on Learning, Curriculum and Pedagogy --
1. Play in the infants' school: an account of an educational experiment at the Raleigh Infants' School, Stepney, London, E.I. January 1933-April --
E. R. Boyce --
2. The Cultural Construction of Child Development: Creating Institutional and Cultutral Intersubjectivity --
Fleer, M --
3. The Struggle for Early Childhood Curricula: A Comparison of the English Foundation Stage Curriculum, Te Whariki and Reggio Emilia --
Soler, J & Miller, L --
4. Learning How to Learn : Parental Ethnotheories and Young Children's Preparation for School --
Brooker, L --
Section 2. Play: Advances in Theory and Practice --
5. Playing in /with the ZPD, Lev Vygotsky: Revolutionary Scientist --
Newman, F and Holzman, L --
6. Togetherness and Diversity in Pre-school Play --
Janson, U --
7. 'But I Want to Fly Too!': Girls and Superhero Play in the Infant Classroom --
Marsh, J --
8. Symbolic Play through the Eyes and Words of Children --
Sawyers, J. and Carrick, N --
Section 3. Policy Generation and Implementation --
9. Governance of Early Childhood Education and Care: Recent Developments in OECD Countries --
Neuman, M --
10. Transforming the Early Years in England --
Sylva, K. and Pugh, G --
11. The 'Childcare Champion'? New Labour, Social Justice and the Childcare Market --
Ball, S. and Vincent, C --
12. Childhood and Social Inequality in Brazil --
Rosemberg, F --
Section 4. Professionalism and Professionalisation --
13. Misplacing the Teacher? New Zealand Early Childhood Teachers and Early Childhood Education Policy Reforms, 1984- --
Duncan, J --
14. Professionalism and Performativity --
The Feminist Challenge Facing Early Years Practitioners --
Osgood, J --
Section 5. Research Methods: Agency and Voice --
15. Critical Reflections on the Experiences of a Male Early Childhood Worker --
Sumsion, J --
16. Building Social Capital in Early Childhood Education and Care: An Australian Study --
Farrell, A. Tayler, C. and Tennent, L --
17. Gendered Childhoods: A Cross Disciplinary Overview --
Montgomery, H.
Responsibility: edited by Elizabeth Wood.
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