This series provides a platform for researchers to present their latest research and discuss key issues in Early Childhood Education.
Please send inquiries or proposals for this series to one of the following:
AnnaMary Goodall: [email protected]– Editor, UK, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East
Alice Salt: [email protected] – Editor, North & South America
Vilija Stephens: [email protected] – Editor, Australia & New Zealand
Katie Peace: [email protected] – Publisher, Asia
By Mary Moloney, Jan Pettersen
January 22, 2018
The Early Childhood Education sector around the world is constantly changing, whether because of the unprecedented demand for ECE services globally, accelerated social change, or the introduction of pedagogical and regulatory practices. Based upon empirical inquiry, Early Childhood Education ...
By Joanne Lunn Brownlee, Eva Johansson, Susan Walker, Laura Scholes
January 03, 2018
There is strong social and political interest in active citizenship and values in education internationally. Active citizenship requires children to experience and internalize moral values for human rights, developing their own opinions and moral responsibility. While investment in young children ...
By Sandie Mourão, Mónica Lourenço
August 15, 2016
The age for early language learning has dropped dramatically in the past decade to include children under 6 years old, yet very little published research exists to support the implementation of such programmes. Drawing on a synthesis of theory, research and practice, this edited volume makes an ...
By Michael Dezuanni, Karen Dooley, Sandra Gattenhof, Linda Knight
August 15, 2016
Digital devices, such as smart phones and tablet computers, are becoming commonplace in young children’s lives for play, entertainment, learning and communication. Recently, there has been a great deal of focus on the educational potential of these devices in both formal and informal educational ...
By Pauline Harris, Harry Manatakis
March 03, 2016
This book discusses how consultations with young children could signal a change of thinking about how children might influence policy and shape the development of a child-friendly state. While the consultations in this study were germane to political decisions, they took place as multi-modal ...