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International perspectives on early years workforce development

By: Campbell-Barr, Verity(Edited by) Georgeson, Janet(Edited by) Davison, Chelle(Series edited by)

Part of the Critical Approaches to the Early Years series
1909682772 / 9781909682771
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25 cm 160 pages
Professional & Vocational  Learn More Tertiary Education (US: College)

This up to date text is suitable for students on all early years and early childhood courses as well as interested practitioners.

It looks at the current structure of the early childhood education and care (ECEC) workforce in different countries, each of which represents a distinct philosophical tradition, tracing what has shaped this structure and examining how politics and policy have moulded the workforce over time.

Each chapter analyses historical, philosophical and political developments in the respective country and looks at key theorists, the concepts of childhood that have shaped the workforce and the pedagogical approach.

The unique aspects of each country are highlighted along with a consideration of what the future might hold for the workforce.

Students and practitioners will achieve a more critical understanding of current practice and the beliefs which underpin particular pedagogical approaches while being encouraged to question their own values and practice.


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