'Expert contributors from around the world are found throughout this book, making it essential reading for all those studying on early years courses'-Martine Horvath, Early Years Educator
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Wide range of current topics make this a suitable text for many students who need to gain a greater understanding of the cultural and international perspectives impacting on current EY
An really essential read for any module that has a focus on the global
This text offers an excellent range of insights into current topics within the global field of early childhood, embracing multiple perspectives and of real interest to students and fellow lecturers alike.
A good addition to any module related to international perspectives in education.
This book explores key issues in relation to ECEC internationally Moreover it highlights the importance of engaging with and listening to children so as to provide positive learning encounters wherever they are.
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This is a fantastic book for those studying comparative education or different childhoods. The text identifies British cultural perspectives as well as global. The perspectives in this text are varied but in sufficient depth to make this recommended reading for our students on the BA (Hons) Child Development and Education.
Very easy to read useful reference for comparative study assignments
A super read for budding early years practitioners as the context of theory is supported by observational evidence. This book reaches the core matter of early years education in its widest sense and does so in a straight forward but captivating way. It then goes on to making comparable perspectives with other nations.
A fascinating text which will suit Honours level students and beyond in the subjects of Early Years, Childhood Studies, and sociological studies around children.
I will be recommending this book for a new course starting in September, Appropriate for 3rd year students and beyond. The text is well organised and covers a wide range of early childhood issues from a range of international perspectives. Contributions are including from highly regarded international authors. The Cross- Cultural perspectives given in the book are wide and challenging.
This is for a new course being developed and is one I can see being recommended reading when the course is fully functioning
One of the core texts for supporting International Perspectives module.
The book is well organised and covers a wide range of Early Childhood issues from a range of international perspectives.
An insightful book - however more detail and direct links to and from varying countries early years' curriculum is greatly missed in this inclusive book.
Well recveived by students, thought provoking and valuable when preparing their assessments.
Great for our International Perspectives of education module for BA Hons students. A recommended read for students to develop thier understanding and acknowledgement of Early Education across the world. Chapter 4 is particularly interesting where comparisons of children's perceptions of classroom are discussed.
Accessible with a broad range of perspectives. Well laid out with clear summaries and opportunities for students to reflect upon practice
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