Editor: John A. Sutterby
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Call for Chapters for Volume 18 Early Childhood and Special Education - Submission Deadline: April 7, 2013
This series strives to bring forward important topics that impact the field of early childhood education.
This series presents important issues in early childhood education that impact both educators and practitioners. Volumes focus around a particular theme or themes.
Chapters by early education scholars and practitioners provide academics, researchers and practitioners with up to date information in the field of early childhood education
Previous volumes include: Reconceptualizing play, postmodernism, social contexts of early education, teacher preparation, and perspectives of Developmentally Appropriate Practice.
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John A. Sutterby
The University of Texas at Brownsville, USA
About the Editor
John A. Sutterby is an Associate Professor at the University of Texas at Brownsville. His primary research interests include bilingual education, early childhood environments and family involvement for diverse families. He is a co-author of The Developmental Benefits of Playgrounds published by the Association for Childhood Education International. Recently he has served as president of The Association for the Study of Play.
The 16th volume of Advances in Early Education and Day Care examines early education from perspectives around the globe. The eight chapters come from a variety of locations including China, Israel, Sweden, Italy, Greece, Zambia, The United States and Canada. These chapters discuss professional development in several contexts, children's understandings and programs for children. This volume should give the reader an idea of the range of work that is being done around the globe. The unique feature of this volume is that it brings together insider perspectives on early education in different contexts.
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