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Āta kitea te pae = Scanning the horizon : perspectives on early childhood education / edited by Beverley Clark and Anne Grey.

Contributor(s): Clark, Beverley | Grey, Anne (Anne Elizabeth).
Publisher: North Shore, N.Z. : Pearson, 2010Description: ix, 154 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9781442516144 (pbk.) :; 1442516143 (pbk.).Other title: Perspectives on early childhood education | Scanning the horizon.Subject(s): Early childhood education -- New Zealand | Child developmentDDC classification: 372.210993
Contents:
Introduction / Anne Grey and Beverley Clark -- A rapid history of early childhood education in Aotearoa New Zealand / Sue Stover -- Te Tiriti o Waitangi and biculturalism in early childhood education / Huhana Forsyth and Gary Leaf -- Fa'alelegāpepe : a living assessment for aoga amata / Fa'asaulala Tagoilelagi-Leota -- Developmental theories in early childhood education / Anne Grey -- Embracing the complexity of a socio-cultural pedagogy : interpersonal relationships as a vehicle for learning / Iris Duhn and Janita Craw -- Learning environments / Desma Cornhill and Anne Grey -- Process not perfection : the art of reflective practice / Mary-Liz Broadley and Tara J. Fagan -- Infant pedagogy : learning how to learn / Jean Rockel -- Toddlers : framing a curriculum towards autonomy / Vivienne Hogan, Nicola Chisnall and Yvonne Rongo Culbreath -- Yesterday, today and tomorrow : cultivating dreams and possibilities with young children / Nicky de Lautour and Beverley Clark -- The philosophy of early childhood education / Andrew Gibbons.
Summary: "Outlines the many diverse perspectives on early childhood teaching and learning in Aotearoa New Zealand and provides an overview of developmental theories. Each chapter in this book deals with one aspect of the early childhood landscape, while reflecting the perspectives of the various authors involved. The text will be of relevance to all students training to be teachers in early childhood education. Teaching and learning are approached from a uniquely New Zealand perspective, which takes into account our multicultural environment, including Pākehā, Māori and Pasifika"--Back cover.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Introduction / Anne Grey and Beverley Clark -- 2. A rapid history of early childhood education in Aotearoa New Zealand / Sue Stover -- 3. Te Tiriti o Waitangi and biculturalism in early childhood education / Huhana Forsyth and Gary Leaf -- 4. Fa'alelegāpepe : a living assessment for aoga amata / Fa'asaulala Tagoilelagi-Leota -- 5. Developmental theories in early childhood education / Anne Grey -- 6. Embracing the complexity of a socio-cultural pedagogy : interpersonal relationships as a vehicle for learning / Iris Duhn and Janita Craw -- 7. Learning environments / Desma Cornhill and Anne Grey -- 8. Process not perfection : the art of reflective practice / Mary-Liz Broadley and Tara J. Fagan -- 9. Infant pedagogy : learning how to learn / Jean Rockel -- 10. Toddlers : framing a curriculum towards autonomy / Vivienne Hogan, Nicola Chisnall and Yvonne Rongo Culbreath -- 11. Yesterday, today and tomorrow : cultivating dreams and possibilities with young children / Nicky de Lautour and Beverley Clark -- 12. The philosophy of early childhood education / Andrew Gibbons.

"Outlines the many diverse perspectives on early childhood teaching and learning in Aotearoa New Zealand and provides an overview of developmental theories. Each chapter in this book deals with one aspect of the early childhood landscape, while reflecting the perspectives of the various authors involved. The text will be of relevance to all students training to be teachers in early childhood education. Teaching and learning are approached from a uniquely New Zealand perspective, which takes into account our multicultural environment, including Pākehā, Māori and Pasifika"--Back cover.

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