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Rethinking Gender In Early Childhood Education

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This is an important and thought-provoking book. The most useful thing about this book is that it clearly elaborates important theoretical ideas and illustrates how these are relevant to everyday practices in early childhood settings and to the deeply held principles and understanding of practitioners'- Early Education I recommend this book... as an insight into new possibilities for teaching and thinking. It is rethinking gender education in early childhood education' - New Childhood A thought-provoking text which will make practitioners examine their children's behaviour and play in a fresh light'- Christine Marsh, Manchester Metropolitan University 'A major contribution to the international literature on gender in early childhood .. Glenda MacNaughton has done a terrific job in making difficult theory accessible for teachers and student teachers. Her consistent use of plentiful examples and explorations of how different theories held by teachers might impact on their practice will be tremendously useful to teachers and teacher educators ' - Debbie Epstein, Centre for Research and Education on Gender, Institute of Education, London Invaluable for early childhood teachers, for students in teacher training, for teacher educators and for researchers who are wanting to work with teachers' - Bronwyn Davies, James Cook University, author of Frogs and Snails and Feminist Tales Rethinking Gender in Early Childhood Education reveals how the focus on individual development that is promoted in early childhood education does not produce gender equity. Rather, everyday teaching practices influence the gendering of young children's identities. Glenda MacNaughton draws on theory and research to explain this and to develop approaches, which open up new possibilities for both boys and girls.

The paperback is in very good condition. The page is clean and spine is tight with few bumps on the cover.

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Author(s):
Glenda MacNaughton
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2000
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0761968202
ISBN-13:
9780761968207
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Paul Chapman
Title:
Rethinking Gender In Early Childhood Education

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This is an important and thought-provoking book. The most useful thing about this book is that it clearly elaborates important theoretical ideas and illustrates how these are relevant to everyday practices in early childhood settings and to the deeply held principles and understanding of practitioners'- Early Education I recommend this book... as an insight into new possibilities for teaching and thinking. It is rethinking gender education in early childhood education' - New Childhood A thought-provoking text which will make practitioners examine their children's behaviour and play in a fresh light'- Christine Marsh, Manchester Metropolitan University 'A major contribution to the international literature on gender in early childhood .. Glenda MacNaughton has done a terrific job in making difficult theory accessible for teachers and student teachers. Her consistent use of plentiful examples and explorations of how different theories held by teachers might impact on their practice will be tremendously useful to teachers and teacher educators ' - Debbie Epstein, Centre for Research and Education on Gender, Institute of Education, London Invaluable for early childhood teachers, for students in teacher training, for teacher educators and for researchers who are wanting to work with teachers' - Bronwyn Davies, James Cook University, author of Frogs and Snails and Feminist Tales Rethinking Gender in Early Childhood Education reveals how the focus on individual development that is promoted in early childhood education does not produce gender equity. Rather, everyday teaching practices influence the gendering of young children's identities. Glenda MacNaughton draws on theory and research to explain this and to develop approaches, which open up new possibilities for both boys and girls.

The paperback is in very good condition. The page is clean and spine is tight with few bumps on the cover.

Author(s):
Glenda MacNaughton
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2000
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0761968202
ISBN-13:
9780761968207
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Paul Chapman
Title:
Rethinking Gender In Early Childhood Education

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