Global Perspectives of Early Childhood Education
Valuing Local Cultures
- Naomi McLeod - Liverpool John Moores University, UK
- Emem Effiong Okon
- Diane Garrison
- Diane Boyd - Liverpool John Moores University, UK
- Angela Daly - Liverpool John Moores University, UK
This text offers students rich local cultural examples of Early Childhood Education from around the world. Informed by first-hand research and practice, the book provides authentic snapshots of ECE from countries, including Afghanistan, Australia, Ghana, Nigeria, Brazil, Eswatini, Mongolia, Nepal, Sami children of Finland, and Syrian refugee children, enabling readers to better understand the wider determinants influencing the multiplicity and diversity of children’s daily experiences. With expert contributors drawn from across the world, this book is essential reading for those interested in global perspectives on early childhood.
Dr Naomi McLeod is a Senior Lecturer in Early Childhood Education at Liverpool John Moores University.
Dr Emem E.Okon develops professional development programmes for educational practitioners in Nigeria.
Diane Garrison is an anti-racist, educator, leader and community mentor.
Dr Diane Boyd is a Senior Lecturer in Early Childhood Education at Liverpool John Moores University.
Dr Angela Daly is a Reader in Education and Global Learning at Liverpool John Moores University.
This text provides a wealth of information on early childhood education from around the world. Just what I needed to get my students thinking about the bigger picture.