||Changing images of early childhood
Changing images of early childhood. ^A608834
||Immigrant Children in Arizona : Social Justice Implications for Education in the Borderlands / Angeles Maldonado, Beth Blue Swadener and Casey Khaleesi -- Countering Color-Blindness in Early Childhood Education : Elevating the Embodied Experiences, Perspectives and Voices of Black Women Educators / Kia S. Rideaux and Michelle Salazar Pérez -- Children's Voices and Gender Pedagogies for Equity In and Out of Early Childhood Classrooms / Kylie Smith -- Early Childhood Teacher Certification as a Site for the Re-Production of Racial and Cultural Injustice / Mariana Souto-Manning, Gail Buffalo and Ayesha Rabadi-Raol -- Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on Democratic Education in Early Childhood / Shirley A. Kessler -- "She doesn't want to be a beautiful princess!" : Language, Power, and Teaching for Democracy in the Early Childhood Classroom / Dana Frantz Bentley and Betty Chan -- Activism in Their Own Right : Children's Participation in Social Justice Movements / Lacey Peters -- The Cultural Politics of Childhood Education for Democracy in Reggio Emilia's Servizi dell'Infanzia / Rebecca S. New -- Out and About : Practicing Hope Through Research / Jeanne Marie Iorio and Clifton S. Tanabe -- "What's Love Got To Do?" : Enacting The Beloved Community Through Early Childhood Education / Mara Sapon-Shevin -- Social Justice in Early Education and Child Care : "What Is" and "What Ought to Be?" / Marianne N. Bloch -- Equality and Democratic Education Evaluation : A Way Forward for Teachers / Shirley A. Kessler -- Afterword / William Ayers.
||"Bringing together scholarship and examples from practice, this book explores ways in which early childhood curriculum--including classroom practices and community contexts--can more actively engage with a range of social justice issues, democratic principles and anti-oppressive practices. Featuring a stellar list of expert contributors, the chapters in this volume present a cross-section of contemporary issues in childhood education. The text highlights the voices of children, teachers and families as they reflect on everyday experiences related to issues of social justice, inclusion and oppression, as well as ways young children and their teachers engage in activism. Chapters explore curriculum and programs that address justice issues, particularly educating for democracy, and culminate in a focus on the future, offering examples of resistance and visions of hope and possibility." --Back cover.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|Issued in other form||ebook version : 9781000651096|