Empowering Pedagogy for Early Childhood Education, 1st edition

  • Beverlie Dietze
  • Diane Kashin

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Overview

In exploring the image of children and environments and thinking about ways in which pedagogy empowers children to be active and inquisitive learners in early learning environments, Empowering Pedagogy for Early Childhood Education is intended to create dialogue about how learning and development take place.

 

The text introduces the reader to research and perspectives from many disciplines, and attempts to provide a contemporary view of how early learning programs, when designed to support children’s authentic interests and embrace their sense of wonder, can empower children to be inquisitive, lifelong learners.

Table of contents

Chapter 1 Introduction to Programming in the Early Years

Chapter 2 The Players 

Chapter 3 Community, Culture, and Diversity

Chapter 4 Programs and Approaches

Chapter 5 A Pan–Canadian and Global Review of Curriculum Frameworks

Chapter 6 Building  Relationships and Rapport in Children’s Communities of Play

Chapter 7 Examining How Beliefs about  Politics and Ethics Influence Professional Practice

Chapter 8 The Environment

Chapter 9 Materials for Sparking Children’s Curiosity and Play

Chapter 10 The Programming Process

Chapter 11 The Reflective Process

Chapter 12 Teacher as Researcher 

Published by Pearson Canada (February 13th 2015) - Copyright © 2016