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Multiple early childhood identities

Author: Andi Salamon; Angela Chng
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019. ©2019
Series: Thinking about pedagogy in early childhood education.
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"Recognising multiple cultural, ethical and geographical influences which impact on the development of a child's identity, this insightful text explores the role of early childhood practitioners and settings in nurturing and navigating the child's sense of being and belonging. Multiple Early Childhood Identies confronts the diverse factors which influence early identity formation to emphasise the child's  Read more...
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Multiple early childhood identities
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019
(DLC) 2019003888
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Andi Salamon; Angela Chng
ISBN: 9780429444357 0429444354 9780429814822 0429814828 9780429814815 042981481X 9780429814839 0429814836
OCLC Number: 1089279430
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Preface: Finding purpose and direction / Michael Reed and Alma Fleet --
Surviving in a post conflict zone : through the eyes of young children / Nanditha Hettitantri --
The "troublemakers" : emerging reflections on the identities of young children living on the streets of Mumbai, India / Zinnia Mevawalla --
Seeing through pedagogical documentation / Angela Chng --
Editorial provocations: Engaging readers and extending thinking / Angela Chng --
Interwoven identities in infant and toddler education and care : "What do you think babies will do with clay? Make pots?!" / Tina Stratigos and Andi Salamon --
Peeling away the red apple : seeing anew images shaping teachers' identities / Leanne Lavina --
The role of the reflective activist in nurturing children's learner identity / Karen Appleby, Karen Hanson, with Emma Bailey, Colin Barr, and Samuel Proctor --
Editorial provocations: Engaging readers and extending thinking / Andi Salamon --
Identity as catalyst, childhood as context : family, school & community collaborations for a situated early childhood pedagogy / Rebecca S. New --
"You look like a boy" : narratives of gender and implications for early childhood pedagogy / Lorraine Madden --
Malaysian-Chinese parents' negotiation of identities as their children begin early childhood education and care in Malaysia and Australia / Shi Jing Voon --
Editorial provocations: engaging readers and extending thinking / Andi Salamon --
Exploring constructions of children's identity and childhood in the Global South from a policy perspective / Lynn Ang --
Looking back in anger : the impact of domestic violence and abuse on the mother and child relationship / Claire Majella Richards --
How Muslim women negotiate systems of motherhood in two cultures / Radhika Viruru & Nazneen Askari --
Editorial provocations: Engaging readers and extending thinking / Angela Chng --
Coda: Thinking forward / Alma Fleet and Michael Reed.
Series Title: Thinking about pedagogy in early childhood education.
Responsibility: edited by Andi Salamon and Angela Chng.

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"Recognising multiple cultural, ethical and geographical influences which impact on the development of a child's identity, this insightful text explores the role of early childhood practitioners and settings in nurturing and navigating the child's sense of being and belonging. Multiple Early Childhood Identies confronts the diverse factors which influence early identity formation to emphasise the child's understanding of self, outsiders' projections, and the messages communicated by educators, family members and the wider community as critical to a child's identity and wellbeing. Written to provoke group discussion and extend thinking, this text also provides opportunities for international comparison, points for reflection and editorial provocations and will help students engage critically with the concept of identity-formation and influencing factors. Chapters are divided into four key sections which reflect major influences on practice and pedagogy: Being alongside children; Those who educate; Embedding families and communities; Working with systems. Offering in-depth discussion of the diverse perspectives, experiences and practices which impact on the formation of the child's identity, this text will enhance understanding, support self-directed learning, and provoke and transform thinking at both graduate and postgraduate levels, particularly in the field of early childhood education and care, for students, educators, integrated service providers and policy makers"--

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