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Discussions on Sensitive Issues Vol: 19

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07 Oct 2015
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
232 pages - 152 x 229 x 16mm
Advances in Early Education & Day Care
It is important that early educators view sensitive topics not as problems, but as subjects that are part of our global society. Early educators need to engage children in conversations in which to consider and share diverse perspectives. Early educators also should examine their own experiences when addressing these serious issues. This volume contains chapters that invite conversations about sensitive issues to help educators, children and families use real-life experiences to construct knowledge about their world and other people.
Becoming Color-Conscious: Preparation to Address Young Children’s Curiosity about Race. Addressing Race and Racism in Early Childhood: Challenges and Opportunities. The Diversity Teacher Belief Q-Sort: A Springboard for Reflective Conversations. Ethnicity, Self-Regulation, and Academics in Preschool. Addressing Classism in Early Childhood Education: How Social-Class Sensitive Pedagogy and the Montessori Method Can Work Together. Is He a Girl? Meeting the Needs of Children Who Are Gender Fluid. Maltreatment in Early Childhood and the Roles of Early Childhood Educators. Trauma and Young Children: How the Problem Plays Out. About the Authors. Copyright page. Discussions on Sensitive Issues. Introduction. List of Contributors. Advances in Early Education and Day Care. Discussions on Sensitive Issues.

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