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Found in translation : connecting reconceptualist thinking with early childhood education practices / edited by Nicola Yelland and Dana Frantz Bentley.

Contributor(s): Yelland, Nicola, 1952- | Bentley, Dana Frantz.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: LB1139.23 .F686 2018Series: Changing images of early childhood: Publication: New York : Routledge, 2018Description: xii, 187 p. : ill.ISBN: 9781138057074; 113805707X.Subject(s): Early childhood education -- Philosophy | Early childhood education -- Social aspects
Contents:
Found in translation: reconceptualizing early childhood education / Nicola Yelland and Dana Frantz Bentley -- Whose reconceptualizing? reclaiming spaces for engaged reconceptualizing in/of early childhood / Mark Nagasawa & Beth Swadener -- Rethinking health, safety, and nutrition through a black feminist lens: an early childhood teacher educator's transformative journey / Margarita G. Ruiz Guerrero & Michelle Salazar Perez -- Engaging with place: foregrounding Aboriginal perspectives in early childhood education / Catherine Hamm & Kelly Boucher -- Childhoods in the anthropocene: re-thinking young children's agency and activism / Marek Tesar & Bianca Jukes -- "We were marching for our equal rights": political literacies in the early childhood classroom / Dana Frantz Bentley & Mariana Souto-Manning -- Strangers to ourselves: a critical reconceptualization of a teacher's cultural otherness / Sonja Arndt & Lisabeth de Rosa Ferrarelli -- Who said we're too young to talk about race?: first graders and their teacher investigate racial justice through counter-stories / Kathlene Holmes, Jessica Garcia & Jennifer Keys Adair -- Practicing pedagogical documentation: teachers making more-than-human relationships and sense of place visible / Jeanne Marie Iorio, Adam Coustley & Christine Grayland.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Found in translation: reconceptualizing early childhood education / Nicola Yelland and Dana Frantz Bentley -- Whose reconceptualizing? reclaiming spaces for engaged reconceptualizing in/of early childhood / Mark Nagasawa & Beth Swadener -- Rethinking health, safety, and nutrition through a black feminist lens: an early childhood teacher educator's transformative journey / Margarita G. Ruiz Guerrero & Michelle Salazar Perez -- Engaging with place: foregrounding Aboriginal perspectives in early childhood education / Catherine Hamm & Kelly Boucher -- Childhoods in the anthropocene: re-thinking young children's agency and activism / Marek Tesar & Bianca Jukes -- "We were marching for our equal rights": political literacies in the early childhood classroom / Dana Frantz Bentley & Mariana Souto-Manning -- Strangers to ourselves: a critical reconceptualization of a teacher's cultural otherness / Sonja Arndt & Lisabeth de Rosa Ferrarelli -- Who said we're too young to talk about race?: first graders and their teacher investigate racial justice through counter-stories / Kathlene Holmes, Jessica Garcia & Jennifer Keys Adair -- Practicing pedagogical documentation: teachers making more-than-human relationships and sense of place visible / Jeanne Marie Iorio, Adam Coustley & Christine Grayland.

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