Early Childhood Curriculum
Planning, Assessment, and Implementation
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- Claire McLachlan, Massey University, Auckland
- Marilyn Fleer, Monash University, Victoria
- Susan Edwards, Monash University, Victoria
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Early Childhood Curriculum addresses current approaches to curriculum for infants, toddlers and young children, ages birth to eight. It provides a comprehensive introduction to the curriculum issues that student teachers and emerging practitioners will face and equips them with the decision-making tools that will ultimately enhance and promote young children's learning. The text proposes a cultural historical framework to explore diverse approaches to early years education, drawing on research and examples of practice across a range of international contexts. It offers a clear focus on domain areas of the curriculum - the arts, health and wellbeing, literacy and language, science and maths, and information and communication technology - so that teachers are able to gain a breadth of understanding and effectively plan, design and implement curriculum strategy.Read more
- New Zealand and Australian authors, experienced and highly respected in the early childhood field
- Australasian context
- A foundation text that can be used across the three years of study required for teacher qualification
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- Date Published: December 2010
- format: Adobe eBook Reader
- isbn: 9780511795633
- contains: 40 b/w illus.
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Table of Contents
About the authors
2. Theory, research and the early childhood curriculum
3. Development and learning – how views on what is development shape how learning is framed
4. Curriculum as a cultural broker
5. Interpreting early childhood curriculum
6. Enacted curriculum: sociocultural-historical curriculum in action
7. Curriculum as a conceptual tool: observation, content and programming in early childhood curriculum
8. Assessing children and evaluating curriculum: shifting lenses
9. Content knowledge and the early childhood curriculum: the sciences, maths and numeracy
10. Content knowledge and the early childhood curriculum: language, literacy and the information and communication technologies
11. Content knowledge and the early childhood curriculum: the arts and health, well being and physical activity
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