Critical Issues in Early Childhood Education

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Index
abandonment, 86–7
access to learning, 10, 146–62
accountability, 2, 18, 25
accreditation, 18
activism, 24–5
enlisting teacher's political activism, 153–4
add-on multiculturalism, 134
Adler, S.M., 31
administration, 136–7
agency, 100–1
agents of change, 245–7
Alderson, A., 203
Alloway, N., 30
Altbach, P., 29
'Anglo' families, 120–1, 122, 123, 125
Anning, A., 117
anthropology, 27
anti-bias strategies, 132, 143
anti-discriminatory approaches, 10, 143, 146–62
Appadurai, A., 198, 201
Apple, M., 2
aquarium division task, 236–7
Ariès, P., 27
Armstrong, A., 224, 225, 226, 230
artefacts, 186, 191
arts, the, 85
Asian family play props, 170
assessment
ICT and, 230
statutory entry assessments, 124, 125
assimilation, 132
atlases, 225
Attfield, J., 124
Au, W.W.K., 175
Australia
curriculum and ICT in Queensland, 228–30
EYLP, Victoria, 202, 203–18
essential learnings, 200–1
new basics, 200, 228, 229
socially-just teaching, 146
Australian Council of Deans of Education (ACDE), 227–8, 229
Ausubel, D., 6
Bacchi, C., 136, 137, 137–8, 139, 139–40, 142
back to basics, 92, 206–7
Bailey, C., 30
Baillergeon, R., 42–3
Baker, C., 30
Bakhtin, M., 164–5
Bal, M., 171, 174
Ball, S.J., 205
Bangladeshi families, 121, 122, 123, 125, 125–6
Banks, M., 174
Barbie dolls, 190
Barton, D., 191
Baudrillard, J., 169–70, 174, 218
Bauman, Z., 193
Beck, U., 182
Beckett, J., 165, 172, 173, 174
behaviour, 125
Behrman, R.E., 226
Bennett, N., 118
Bhabha, H., 142
Bigum, C., 193
black family play props, 168
Blaise, M., 51
Blanton, W.E., 226
Bloch, M., 29, 31–2
Bloom, L., 164, 165
bodily knowledge, 107–12
Boldt, G., 30
bonding, 28
book boxes, 212
books, ICT budget and, 225
Bourdieu, P., 188
Bovill, M., 187
boys
girls' access to boys' play, 103–7
rules governing play and relationships, 154
see also gender
Bredekamp, S., 43, 118

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