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Early Childhood Education

Society and Culture Second Edition

Angela Anning University of Leeds
Joy Cullen Massey University, Palmerston North
Marilyn Fleer Monash University
© 2009   248 pages   SAGE Publications Ltd   
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Paperback ISBN: 9781847874535 $64.00
Hardcover ISBN: 9781847874528 $121.00
Research Contexts across Cultures Angela Anning, Joy Cullan and Marilyn Fleer
PART ONE: CONCEPTUALIZATIONS OF LEARNING AND PEDAGOGY IN EARLY YEARS SETTINGS
Developing a Pedagogy of Play Elizabeth Wood
Scaffolding Learning and Co-Constructing Understandings Barbara Jordan
Exploring Critical Constructivist Perspectives on Children's Learning Glenda MacNaughton
PART TWO: THE NATURE OF KNOWLEDGE IN EARLY YEARS SETTINGS
The Co-Construction of an Early Childhood Curriculum Angela Anning
Adults Co-Constructing Professional Knowledge Joy Cullen
Building Bridges between Literacies Denise Williams-Kennedy
PART THREE: ASSESSMENT IN EARLY YEARS SETTINGS
The Consequences of Sociological Assessment Bronwen Cowie and Margaret Carr
On-Entry Baseline Assessment across Cultures Peter Tymms and Christine Merrell
Cultural-Historical Assessment: Mapping the Transformation of Understanding Marilyn Fleer and Carmel Richardson
PART FOUR: EVALUATION AND QUALITY IN EARLY YEARS SETTINGS
Quality Teaching in the Early Years Iram Siraj-Blatchford
Questioning Evaluation Quality in Early Childhood Valerie N Podmore
Multiple Pathways between Home and School Literacies Susan Hill and Susan Nichols
PART FIVE: CONCLUSION
A Framework for Conceptualizing Early Childhood Education Marilyn Fleer, Angela Anning and Joy Cullen

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