Multicultural Children in the Early Years: Creative Teaching, Meaningful Learning
The authors explore the experiences of a group of young mulitcultural, bilingual children and their parents through the beginning of the early years of their school careers. They examine the attempts of teachers to teach creatively within the constraints of a prescribed curriculum, and the meanings the children attached to their learning.
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