Found in translation: Connecting reconceptualist thinking with early childhood education practices

Nicola J. Yelland, Dana Frantz Bentley

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Abstract

Found in Translation: Connecting Reconceptualist Thinking with Early Childhood Education Practices highlights the relationships between reconceptualist theory and classroom practice. Each chapter in this edited collection considers a contemporary issue and explores its potential to disrupt the status quo and be meaningful in the lives of young children. The book pairs reconceptualist academics and practitioners to discuss how theories can be relevant in everyday educational contexts, working with children who are from a wide range of cultural, ethnic, gender, language, and social orientations to enable previously unimagined ways of being, thinking, and doing in contemporary times.

Original languageEnglish
PublisherTaylor and Francis
Number of pages187
ISBN (Electronic)9781351675932
ISBN (Print)9781138057067
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2017

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