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Adriany, Vina – Journal of Pedagogy, 2019
This paper aims to explore how kindergartens in Indonesia become a space to negotiate local and global discourses. Informed by postcolonial theories, it seeks to identify a hybrid space that goes beyond the binary between South and North. Based on fieldwork in three different kindergartens in Indonesia, this paper illuminate different forms of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Kindergarten, Neoliberalism, Early Childhood Education
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Murray, Jaclyn; Rudolph, Norma – Journal of Pedagogy, 2019
Following calls for diverse and contextual perspectives of the rich lives of young children, their families and communities from/in the Global South, this paper presents critical reflections emerging from a three-year (2016-2019) community-based Integrated Approach to Early Childhood Development (ECD) project implemented in the rural Eastern Cape…
Descriptors: Community Involvement, Child Development, Early Childhood Education, Young Children
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Henward, Allison; Tauaa, Mene; Turituri, Ronald – Journal of Pedagogy, 2019
In this paper, we focus on how indigenous Head Start teachers in American Samoa, an unincorporated territory of the US located in the South Pacific negotiated imported policy and curricular models that were not always congruent with local, indigenous approaches to educating young children. Here we place our focus on the negotiation of curriculum…
Descriptors: Preschool Teachers, Early Intervention, Indigenous Populations, Educational Policy
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Yulindrasari, Hani; Djoehaeni, Heny – Journal of Pedagogy, 2019
Since 2012, Indonesia has been obsessed with the notion of melestarikan "budaya lokal" (preserving local culture) as part of Indonesian Cultures. In West Java, Indonesia, the cultural revitalisation program is called "Rebo Nyunda". Rebo means Wednesday; "nyunda" means being Sundanese. Sunda is the dominant ethnic…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Early Childhood Education, Cultural Influences, Resistance to Change
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Ladru, Danielle Ekman; Gustafson, Katarina – Journal of Pedagogy, 2018
In the field of early childhood research children's mobility is usually discussed only in terms of physical activity in the preschool yard. More seldom is it discussed in terms of mobility practices and how young children move in public spaces. With unique detailed video-ethnographic data on mobile preschools and a new combination of theories on…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Mobility, Space Utilization, Learning Activities
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Gallagher, Aisling – Journal of Pedagogy, 2018
This paper considers the role of eportfolios as an online tool intended to foster greater engagement between parent, teacher and child in early education settings. Drawing on New Zealand based research, I will critically examine the introduction of this technology as more than an addition into already existing ECEC services. Rather, I will…
Descriptors: Electronic Publishing, Portfolios (Background Materials), Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Green, Carie J. – Journal of Pedagogy, 2018
Places assigned and places chosen have major implications for the lives of children. While the former are a result of children's subordinate position in an adult world, the latter are the essence of their agency. Beginning at a young age children seek out places to claim as their own. Places, real and imaginary, shape children and children shape…
Descriptors: Spatial Ability, Family Environment, Forestry, Child Development
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Vuorisalo, Mari; Raittila, Raija; Rutanen, Niina – Journal of Pedagogy, 2018
Children's autonomy is a cultural ideal in Finnish early childhood education and care (ECEC). In this article we examine autonomy in spatial terms. The theoretical background is developed by applying spatial sociology. Our starting point is that space is relationally produced, thus, we understand space as continuously negotiated, reconstructed and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Kindergarten, Young Children, Personal Autonomy
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Bollig, Sabine – Journal of Pedagogy, 2018
This paper proposes a way to understand what early care and education systems look like from the vantage point of the child. In other words, it aims to fuse a system perspective and a child perspective of early childhood education and care (ECEC) in a way that acknowledges children as active co-producers of ECEC landscapes. In developing this…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Child Care, Childhood Attitudes, Foreign Countries
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Sumsion, Jennifer; Harrison, Linda J.; Stapleton, Matthew – Journal of Pedagogy, 2018
In this article, we endeavour to think spatially about the texture of infants' everyday lives and their ways of 'doing' belonging in the babies' room in an Australian early childhood education and care centre. Drawing on data from a large, multiple case-study project, and on theorisations of space that reject Euclidean notions of space as empty,…
Descriptors: Infants, Early Childhood Education, Child Care Centers, Space Utilization
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Millei, Zsuzsa – Journal of Pedagogy, 2018
Global flows and their geopolitical power relations powerfully shape the environments in which children lead their everyday lives. Children's images, imaginations and ideas of distant places are part of these global flows and the everyday activities children perform in preschool. Research explores how through curricula young children are moulded…
Descriptors: Preschool Education, Sensory Experience, Imagination, Ethnography
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Martin-Sanchez, Miguel; Flores-Rodriguez, Cruz – Journal of Pedagogy, 2018
Education has to emphasize the characteristics which define Western democratic societies. In addition, it has to ensure the active and participative inclusion of each person in social life, where respect for human rights prevails over the person's preferred ideology. Promoting these values in citizens not only guarantees the stability of the…
Descriptors: Educational Practices, Freedom, Compliance (Psychology), Social Behavior
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Land, Nicole; Montpetit, Meagan – Journal of Pedagogy, 2018
In this article, the authors respond to emerging articulations of the work of a pedagogist or pedagogical facilitator in early childhood education in Canada. This article is grounded in two intentions: we (1) share the tentative pedagogical conversations that we have as pedagogists who centre particular concerns, interests, and accountabilities;…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Early Childhood Education, Teaching Methods, Spiritual Development
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Kampichler, Martina; Dvorácková, Jana; Jarkovská, Lucie – Journal of Pedagogy, 2018
The sphere of early childhood education care (ECEC) in the Czech Republic has diversified enormously in the last decade. The article describes this diversification process and, drawing on focus group data, analyses parents' choices within this diversified realm. Based on the parents' selection criteria (significantly influenced by constraints and…
Descriptors: Kindergarten, Foreign Countries, School Choice, Teaching Methods
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Kareepadath, Vishnu Prakash – Journal of Pedagogy, 2018
Analysing teaching-practice offers an opportunity to answer questions like what is critical to making a pedagogy democratic, what are the factors that support a teacher to be critical in her teaching? Or what restricts the teacher in being critical in her work? This paper seeks to address some of these questions by presenting the findings of an…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Teaching Methods, Critical Theory, Political Influences
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