Reflective practices in early childhood care and education settings : some examples from New Zealand research

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Ritchie, Jenny
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2013
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early childhood education
early childhood care
bicultural curriculum
Te Whāriki
reflective practice
multicultural
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Ritchie, J. (2013). Reflective Practices in Early Childhood Care and Education Settings: Some Examples from New Zealand Research. Paper presented at the LA County Perinatal Mental Health Task Force & Magnolia Community Initiative, Friday 10 May, Los Angeles, USA
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Research questions: 1. To identify, explore, and articulate ways in which we are…the ‘bicultural ‘early childhood curriculum, Te Whāriki. 2. Identifying ways in which children and families of different cultural backgrounds engaging with/in that ‘bicultural’ curriculum. 3. Exploring an ethic of care/manaakitanga: caring for ourselves, others and our environment
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