All researchers and contributors to Ideas and Innovations In Early Childhood Education and Care are either teachers or parents of young children. While early childhood education and care is getting more attention from politicians and the media, too often those shaping policy and discussions related to early childhood education and care are not the people who are more directly involved with the work. Unlike the K educational system where the vast majority of students attend public schools funded by primarily by local municipalities, the funding and means of delivery of Early Childhood Education ECE to students is very diverse. Due to the diversity in the delivery systems of early education, there is a large amount of diversity in both the type of curriculum and assessments young students in ECE settings encounter.
Free Play in Early Childhood: A literature review
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Casey J. Casper, Leslie A. Bosch, Kyle R. Hawkey, Lynne M. Low retention in the child care workforce is a persistent challenge that has been associated with negative outcomes for children, staff, and centers. This article reviews the empirical literature, identifying common correlates or predictors of retention for child care workers. Searches were conducted using several databases, and articles that presented quantitative or qualitative data on retention for center-based child care workers in the United States were reviewed in detail.
Early Childhood Education: Theory of Constructivism - Literature review Example
Young children are especially susceptible to exposure to trauma. Rates of abuse and neglect among this population are staggering. This article presents a review of relevant literature, including research findings specific to early childhood vulnerability to trauma, symptoms associated with traumatic events, diagnostic validity of early childhood trauma, and treatments for young children.
Here you will find children's book reviews posted by our graduate students. Hopefully you will find their remarks to be helpful in selecting engaging, quality books for young children. Sunday, April 6, Pio Peep! Traditional Spanish Nursery Rhymes.