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Edwards Susan, May 20 2021
Literature Review

This paper reports the findings of an integrative review of the literature conducted to gain insight into the relationship between process quality, curriculum and pedagogy. Process quality attends to those aspect of early childhood education and…

Slutsky Ruslan, Kragh-Muller Grethe, Rentzou Konstantina, Tuul Maire, Gol-Guven Mine, Foerch Daniela Fenu, Prieto Jesus Paz-Albo, May 2021
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed

Technology plays a large role in the daily experiences of young children. Presently, technology is used both to support and enhance ‘educational’ activities and in the context of children’s play. The aim of the present study is to understand how…

Coelho Vera, Astrom Frida, Nesbitt Kimberly Turner, Sjoman Madeleine, Farran Dale Clark, Bjorck-Akesson Eva, Christopher Caroline Heaton, Granlund Mats, Almqvist Anna-Lena, Grande Catarina, Pinto Ana Isabel, Q2 2021
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Across countries, there are important differences related to the goals, organization, and educational philosophies of care provided to young children prior to formal schooling. Those differences are likely reflected in the classroom practices and…
Melnick Hanna, Plasencia Sara, April, 2021
Fact Sheets & Briefs
This research review summarizes what is known about the extent to which COVID-19 spreads in child care and preschool programs. It synthesizes findings from 11 studies that measure transmission in these settings, both in the United States and…
Singer Elly, Wong Sandie, March, 2021
Other
Peer Reviewed
We discuss oral history interviews with academics who laid the foundation of research and pedagogies in daycare for under three-year-olds in Europe and North and South America since the 1970s. Their work is clearly embedded in the social-political…
Jackson Jacklyn Kay, Jones Jannah, Nguyen Hanh, Davies Isabella, Lum Melanie, Grady Alice, Yoong Sze Lin, 19 January, 2021
Literature Review
Peer Reviewed

As a strategy for early childhood obesity prevention, a variety of dietary behavior and physical activity policies and guidelines published by leading health agencies and early childhood education and care (ECEC) licensing and accreditation…

Takagi Yumiko, Batten Paul, Rattenborg Karen, December, 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
International collaborative research has great value in helping each of the participant’s view their respective situations from novel and various perspectives. When people involved in the same work tackle problems from different perspectives, new…
Dias Maria J. A., Almodovar Mayra, Reguero de Atiles Julia, Vargas Aleida Chavarria, Leon Irma M. Zuniga, November/December 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
The authors interviewed 26 teachers of 3- to 6-year-old children in public and private educational institutions regarding their teaching and learning experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic. The teachers worked in various countries of Latin and…
Sultan Zuraimi M., Pantelic Jovan, Tham Kwok Wai, September, 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Singapore is a tropical country with a high density of day-care facilities whose indoor environments may be adversely affected by outdoor fine particle (PM2.5) air pollution. To reduce this problem requires effective, evidence-based exposure-…
Eckhardt Andrea G., Egert Franziska, September, 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
In early childhood, both prior to school entry and after the school day ends, many children are enrolled in family child care settings. In several countries, the quality of family child care (FCC) is rated with Environmental Rating Scales such as…
Samuelsson Ingrid Pramling, Wagner Judith T., Odegaard Elin Eriksen, August, 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
The novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, has moved rapidly across the world in 2020. This article reports on the recent consequences of the pandemic for early childhood education in Sweden, Norway, and the United States. The authors illustrate…
Aguiar Ana Lucia, Aguiar Cecilia, August, 2020
Literature Review
Peer Reviewed
High-quality early childhood education appears to be particularly beneficial for disadvantaged children, since it may help reduce an initial achievement gap. Yet, these children are frequently enrolled in disadvantaged classrooms with lower quality…
Yaya-Bryson Dilara, Scott-Little Catherine, Akman Berrin, Cassidy Deborah J., August, 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
This study examined the quality of early childhood education programs in two different quality rating and improvement systems, one in Turkey and the other in the state of North Carolina in the USA. The early childhood environment rating scale-…
Blewitt Claire, Morris Heather, Nolan Andrea, Jackson Kylie, Barrett Helen, Skouteris Helen, July, 2020
Other
Peer Reviewed
High-quality early childhood education and care (ECEC) programmes can strengthen the social, emotional and cognitive skills that are crucial for future learning and wellbeing. Teacher-child interactions are the most vital component of ECEC service…
Jensen Bryant, Mejia Arauz Rebeca, Grajeda Sara, Garcia-Toranzo Sara, Encinas Jorge, Larsen Ross A. A. (Ross Allen Andrew), Q3 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Debates continue about how to teach young Latinos and other minoritized children in the US. Latinos are a compelling case because of (1) their size and (2) their paradoxical development: strong social competencies yet relatively weak academic…