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Kindergarten Principles and Practice

Nora Archibald Smith (Author) Kate Douglas Wiggin (Author)
Synopsis Upon persistent demand from the academic community and individual scholars, teachers and students, we are now releasing the individual volumes of our highly successful series, titled--Early Childhood Education. This groundbreaking new series will question the current dominant discourses surrounding early childhood, and offers instead original narratives of an area that is now made up of a multitude of perspectives and debates. The series examines the possibilities and risks arising from the accelerated development of early childhood services and policies, and illustrates how it has become increasingly steeped in regulation and control. Insightfully, this collection of books will each show how early childhood services can in fact contribute to ethical and democratic practices. In examining child development and early educational intervention strategies from cross cultural perspectives, these works bring together several theoretical insights, the results of empirical research, and experiences of the learned authors. Its purpose is to constructively examine current strategies of early education and literacy for children.
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Bibliographic information

Title Kindergarten Principles and Practice
Format Hardcover
Date published: 21.05.2009
Edition Ist ed.
Publisher Cosmo Publications
Language: English
isbn 8130706320
length vi+206 p.