Early Childhood And Compulsory Education

Author: Peter Moss
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 041568773X
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What should be the relationship between early childhood and compulsory education? What can they learn from one another and by working together? The rapid expansion of early childhood education and care means that most children in affluent countries now have several years at pre-school before compulsory education. This raises an important question about the relationship between the two. Whilst it's widely assumed that the former should prepare children for the latter, there are alternatives. This book contests the 'readying for school' relationship as neither self-evident nor unproblematic; and explores some alternative relationships, including a strong and equal partnership and the vision of a meeting place. In this ground-breaking book, Professor Peter Moss discusses the issue with leading early childhood figures - from Belgium, France, Italy, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden and the United States -who bring very different perspectives to this contentious relationship. The book starts with an extended essay by Peter Moss, to which the other contributors are invited to respond critically, as well as offering their own thinking about the relationship between early childhood and compulsory education, both their current understandings and suggestions on future directions. Students, researchers and academics in the field of early childhood education will find this an insightful and timely text. But so too will their peers in compulsory education, since the book time and again raises searching questions about pedagogical purpose and practice in this sector.

Early Childhood Studies

Author: Damien Fitzgerald
Editor: SAGE Publications Limited
ISBN: 1526454246
Size: 19,61 MB
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Student-focused and designed to enhance critical thinking, this new core textbook is mapped to early childhood degrees with a focus on seeing children in the context of the word they live in. It sees the child as developing within the context of the family, community and broader social and cultural environment. The material comes alive with full colour features, clearly marked key terms and additional online resources.

Children Learning Outside The Classroom

Author: Sue Waite
Editor: SAGE
ISBN: 1526421348
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This book demonstrates how the outdoor environment is enriching learning opportunities for children and deepening their connections with the natural world.

Implementation Plan For Education And Training

Author: African National Congress. Education Dept
Editor:
ISBN:
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Author: لويز جيه . زاكاي
Editor: العبيكان للنشر
ISBN: 9960408795
Size: 18,25 MB
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Resources In Education

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Author: Sir Ken Robinson
Editor: العبيكان للنشر
ISBN: 6035039480
Size: 19,95 MB
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في كتاب المدارس المبدعة ، يوسع كين روبنسون محتوى ما قاله في كلمته الشهيرة المعروفة بكلمة ( TED ) كيف تقتل المدارس الإبداع ، ويقدم حلولا فذة وعملية لقضية حيوية لأمتنا ، وهي كيف نحدث تحولا في نظامنا التعليمي المضطرب في الوقت الذي تحقق فيه مشروعات الاختبارات المقننة أرباحا ضخمة ، وتكافح مدارس كثيرة وطلاب ومعلمون ويعانون من هذا الضغط ، يشير روبنسون إلى طريق المستقبل ، وهو يطالب بإنهاء نظامنا التعليمي الصناعي العتيق ، ويدعو إلى أسلوب مفصل حسب الطلب ، يعتمد على مواردنا التكنولوجية والحرفية غير المسبوقة ، حتى يجتذب كل الطلاب ، وينمي حبهم للتعلم ، ويمكنهم من مواجهة تحديات القرن الحادي والعشرين الحقيقية يمتلىء الكتاب بالطرائف والملاحظات والحالات التاريخية والأبحاث المبدعة وتوصيات من متخصصين في كل أنحاء البلاد يقفون على جبهة معركة تحول التعليم - إن المدارس المبدعة بما فيه من تلميح وأسلوب جذاب ، سيلهم المعلمين وأولياء الأمور وصناع السياسة حتى يعيدوا النظر في طبيعة التعليم وغرضه

Women S Rights

Author: Jurate Motiejunaite
Editor: Central European University Press
ISBN: 9781932716108
Size: 17,77 MB
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Women's Rights: The Public/Private Dichotomy brings together material that assesses the impact that the public/private dichotomy has had on women's rights around the world. It examines the different interpretations of the public and private areas and discusses the difficulties women face in protecting their rights in a world where the traditionally have been restricted to the domestic sphere.