What surprising facts/insights/new ideas about early childhood did you gain from exploring this international early childhood website? While exploring the EECERA Website, previously shared in my last post, I was pleasantly surprised at the wealth of information available and the way the organization fosters the growth of research and exploration in their Special Interest […]Read more "EECERA Website Reflection"
Using European Early Childhood Education Research Association (EECERA) as a guide, here are a number of current ECE Research issues that are internationally valuable. Reliability of classroom measures The reliability and structure of the Classroom Assessment Scoring System in German pre-school Free choice and free play Choice-driven peer play, self-regulation and number sense Social justice […]Read more "Current International Research in ECE"
If the sky were the limit and I were able to engage in any research topic that would benefit the future of children and the Early Childhood Education field, I would really focus on the notion of active play, creativity, kinesthetic (whole body) learning, social emotional support and the concepts of Open Structured Classrooms. It […]Read more "If I could study anything…."
As a professional, I am always looking to learn more about all sides of an issue or topic, then align myself with the view or viewpoints that I feel are most supported by fact as well as align with my personal beliefs or vision. When it comes to work, I like to do this and […]Read more "Research Focus: ECE Curriculum Development"