Critical Issues In Early Childhood Education

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McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Apr 1, 2005 - Education - 258 pages
This book challenges long-established beliefs about early childhood education. It offers readers the opportunity to think about the aspects of their profession that are fundamental to providing effective and equitable educational opportunities for young children in the 21st century.
 

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Contents

new ways in early childhood education 1 Nicola Yelland and Anna Kilderry
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Part 1 Contemporary Views of Early Childhood Education and Teaching
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Part 2 Rethinking Early Childhood Practices
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Part 3 The Emergence of New Technologies and Multiliteracies
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Index
249
Back Cover
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Nicola Yelland is Professor of Education at Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia. Her previous publications include: Ghosts in the Machine: Women s voices in research with technology (2002), Promoting Meaningful Learning: Innovations in Educating Early Childhood Professionals (2000) and Gender in Early Childhood (1998).

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