Published December 30, 2004 by JAI Press .
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|Contributions||Stuart Reifel (Editor), Mac H. Brown (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||308|
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This volume revisits a number of themes that have appeared in earlier Advances publications, including Social Contexts of Early Social Contexts of Early Education and Education and Reconceptualizing Play. Studies of some of the social contexts of early education point to how many of the needs of the field are unique, depending on where and when we do our work, and with whom we work.
"Reconceptualizing Play" points to the multiple perspectives that teachers, researchers, parents, and children bring to our understanding of : Stuart Reifel. introduction to volume social contexts of early education, and reconceptualizing play (ii) young children’s ideas about poverty: gender, race, socioeconomic status, and setting differences; blocks, building and mathematics: influences of task format and gender of play.
Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Care and Education is a foundational text, which presents contemporary theories and debates about early education and child care in many nations. The authors selected are leading contributors in discussions about critical early childhood studies over the past twenty years; the editors are long-time scholars in the reconceptualizing early childhood movement.
Providing a forum for and Reconceptualizing Play book thought about the field of early education and care, this book reviews efforts worldwide to educate young children.
The book examines child care quality, presents a cultural feminist perspective on caregiving, discusses curricular issues, and considers the role of play in early childhood practice.
The chapters are: (1) "Globalization and Its Discontents: Early Cited by: 3. Reifel, S. (), "INTRODUCTION TO VOLUME SOCIAL CONTEXTS OF EARLY EDUCATION, AND RECONCEPTUALIZING PLAY (II)", Reifel, S.
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13), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. by: 1. Applying Vygotsky’s understanding about the social mediation of knowledge and learning, and play as a context for adult interaction, the role of the teacher during play to support children's Author: Nicola Yelland.
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Working in Early Childhood. Learner’s Workbook 1. The Working in Early Childhood program is a set of learning materials that introduces the foundational knowledge and skills required to work with young children and their families in a range of early years settings.
Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Education and Care—A Reader Critical Questions, New Imaginaries and Social Activism, Second Edition Series: Childhood Studies Edited By Marianne N. Bloch, Beth Blue Swadener and Gaile S. Cannella.
Social media and education: Reconceptualizing the boundaries of formal and informal learning Article (PDF Available) in Learning Media and Technology 41(1). Early childhood is a time when the foundations of social studies are established, and curricular standards should explicitly attend to engaging and developing young children’s capacity for citizenship, democratic or civic activity, and participation in decision-making, as well as critical disciplinary literacies.
As teachers tap into children. Studies of some of the social contexts of early education point to how many of the needs of the field are unique, depending on where and when we do our work, and with whom we work.
"Reconceptualizing Play" points to the multiple perspectives that teachers, researchers, parents, and children bring to our understanding of play. This second edition of Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Education and Care—A Reader: Critical Questions, New Imaginaries & Social Activism is a foundational text that presents contemporary theories, debates and political concerns regarding early education and child care around the globe.
Chapter authors are leading contributors in discussions about critical early. Social environment is another way of explaining social context.
These social environments help to direct how people relate to one another, how family members live and communicate with each other, and even how governments interact with its citizens.
Creating the right social environment will help to evolve the group's social context. Get this from a library. Social contexts of early education, and reconceptualizing play (II).
[Robert Stuart Reifel; Mac H Brown;] -- New investigations into the topics of play and of social contexts of early education, themes explored in earlier volumes in the series. As the chapters in this book attest, current research is showing that young children are developing complex mathematical knowledge and abstract reasoning a good deal earlier than previously thought.
A range of studies in prior to school and early school settings indicate that young learners do possess. Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw is Professor of Early Childhood Studies at the School of Child and Youth Care at the University of Victoria.
Fikile Nxumalo is a doctoral candidate in the School of Child and Youth Care at the University of Victoria. Laurie Kocher is an instructor in the Early Childhood Education Department at Douglas College.
Enid Elliot is an instructor in Early. Get this from a library. Social contexts of early education, and reconceptualizing play (II). [Robert Stuart Reifel; Mac H Brown;] -- This volume revisits a number of themes that have appeared in earlier "Advances" publications, including "Social Contexts of Early Development" and "Education and Reconceptualizing Play".
New social. Following an introduction on the social contexts of early development and education (Stuart Reifel), the chapters in the book are: (1) "Parent Empathy: A Key Element in the Mother-Child Relationship" (Norma D.
Feshbach); (2) "Children's Conceptions of Poverty" (Judith A. Chafel); (3) "The Child Development Associate Credential Program" (Nancy : Stuart Reifel.
Helping children develop social and emotional skills is the heart and soul of any good program for young children (Gordon & Browne ).
Teachers (and all caregivers) play key roles in helping children develop social and emotional competence (Kostelnik et al. Teachers can intentionally support children’s social and emotional health by. NAEYC promotes high-quality early learning for all children, birth through age 8, by connecting practice, policy, and research.
We advance a diverse early childhood profession and support all who care for, educate, and work on behalf of young children. Authored by: Dengting Boyanton. Teaching Young Children. February 1, Reconceptualizing Teaching Practice: Self-study in Teacher Education.
Over the past ten years there has been increased interest in research on various aspects of teacher education, ranging from the preparation of teachers to continuing professional development. Reconceptualizing early childhood care and education is an on-going commitment, one that these contributors perform in challenging and inspiring ways.» (Janet L.
Miller, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Arts & Humanities, Teachers College, Columbia University) «Today when the disenchantment with the dominant discourses within the field Format: Paperback. Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Education: A Brief Introduction The reconceptualist movement in early childhood education gained momentum in the s with conversations among scholars around the world who were concerned about the dominance of psychology and child development theory and drew from an array of more critical, feminist.
In terms of scientific literacy and education, then, we are concerned with how science communication via social media bypasses professional gatekeepers (Figure 2S; Sections 5–6). Social media seem to exacerbate the lack of confidence in scientific expertise (Weingart, ) and contribute to a more general crisis of expertise in society Author: Dietmar Höttecke, Douglas Allchin.
This book presents chapters based on papers presented at the second POEM conference on early mathematics learning. These chapters broaden the discussion about mathematics education in early childhood, by exploring the debate about construction versus instruction.
Specific sections investigate the. In early childhood, play very often represents the context for the learning and expression of social behavior. A preschool-aged child’s social competence among same-aged peers can be conceptualized according to what takes place as children interact—in other words, how children initiate, sustain, and maintain a level of positive interaction or cooperation—as well as how Author: Adam S.
Kennedy. Technology in early childhood education: Some features included in e-books are designed to make it possible for prereaders and early readers to enjoy books without adult guidance. Overall there is much concern that the time children spend with digital media such as reading, play, and social and language interactions with others.
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Keywords 21st century math curriculum for young learners curriculum development early mathematics and science education interdisciplinary learning pattern and structure in early. and within an educational context, play is considered a fundamental tool for early childhood education practices providing numerous developmental benefits for young children and is easily imbedded into curricula.
Through playful experiences, File Size: 88KB. Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Care and Education is a foundational text, which presents contemporary theories and debates about early education and child care in many nations. The authors selected are leading contributors in discussions about critical early childhood studies over the past twenty years; the editors are long-time scholars in the reconceptualizing early Pages: Page 4— The Social Context of School Learning.
Whereas the previous chapter reviewed cognitive aspects of literacy and content learning, this chapter examines research related to a variety of social factors involved in school learning.
The volume’s holistic representation of science, which includes the aims and values, knowledge, practices, techniques, and methodological rules (as well as science’s social and institutional contexts), mirrors its core aim to synthesize perspectives from the fields of philosophy of science and science education.
Reconceptualizing the Role of Creativity in Art Education Theory and Practice creativity, both nationally and internationally, evidenced by art education books first published in the late s and s4. The early s witnessed establishment of the Getty Center for Education in the Arts with its emphasis.
The field of early childhood education has been heavily influenced by cognitive psychology and child development theory. "Reconceptualizing the Early Childhood Curriculum: Beginning the Dialogue" draws upon alternative modes of thinking, such as critical and feminist theory, which have been extensively discussed in curriculum studies but have rarely been applied to early childhood education.
For the purposes of this issue, we define early social and emotional development as the emerging ability of young children (ages 0–5) to “form close and secure adult and peer relationships; experience, regulate, and express emotions in socially and culturally appropriate ways; and explore the environment and learn — all in the context of Cited by: The authors use stories they collected during a collaborative study to offer a range of possibilities for alternative childhood pedagogies.
Cutting edge, yet practical; detailed in its analysis, yet inspiring, this book is a boon to the field of early childhood and primary education studies/5(3).
The long relationship between social work and policy advocacy is well known. From the pioneering work of Jane Addams and her contemporaries in the early 20th century, to the rise of community organizing in the s, to the current popularity of student and professional lobby days, advocacy is clearly part of social work's professional identity (Hoefer, Cited by:.
Reconceptualizing the Role of Creativity in Art Education Theory and Practice Learning, and Leading." A dozen of the exhibitors' booths, where art materials and resources were sold and distributed at this convention, adver-tised creativity as being an integral part of their programs, resources, or : Enid Zitnmerman.Globalization and Environmental Challenges pose new security dangers and concerns.
In this reference book on global security thinking, 92 authors from five continents and many disciplines, from science and practice, assess the global reconceptualization of security triggered by the end of the Cold War, globalization and manifold impacts of global environmental change in the early Author: Hans Günter Brauch.Reconceptualizing the professional learning of teachers in promoting young children’s mathematics, including a consideration of the role of play, is also addressed.
Although these themes are diffused throughout the chapters, we restrict our introduction to the core focus of each of the by: 3.