HOME > Detail View

Detail View

Advancing equity & embracing diversity in early childhood education : elevating voices & actions

Advancing equity & embracing diversity in early childhood education : elevating voices & actions

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Alanís, Iliana, 1968-, editor. Iruka, Iheoma U., editor. Friedman, Susan, 1947-, contributor.
Title Statement
Advancing equity & embracing diversity in early childhood education : elevating voices & actions / Iliana Alanís & Iheoma U. Iruka, editors ; with Susan Friedman.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Washington, DC :   National Association for the Education of Young Children,   2021.  
Physical Medium
xx, 132 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
ISBN
9781938113789 1938113780
요약
Together, the voices of early childhood educators, scholars, and professionals can sound the call to advance the profession toward more equitable educational experiences, systems, and practices for all children. This book showcases many of these voices from across the field of early childhood education and invites you to think about and discuss ways you can add your own voice to that call. Expanding on recommendations from NAEYC's "Advancing Equity in Early Childhood Education" position statement, the contributors to this invaluable resource navigate difficult and complex topics and offer guidance on how to apply more equitable pedagogical practices. Grounded in theoretical frameworks and current research, the chapters look at both the history of inequity in the profession and what the future of education can mean for all children. Inside, you'll read the voices of Teresa Acevedo Jennifer Keys Adair Rosemarie Allen Garnett S. Booker III Barbara T. Bowman Dina C. Castro Jie-Qi Chen Stephanie M. Curenton Felicia L. DeHaney Louise Derman-Sparks Lillian Durán Tonia R. Durden Isauro M. Escamilla Belinda Bustos Flores Janelle Beth Flores Ximena Franco Mimi Gray Socorro Herrera Zeynep Isik-Ercan Debbie LeeKeenan Junlei Li Daniel R. Meier Jen Neitzel John Nimmo Iliana Reyes Shubhi Sachdeva Hilary Seitz Dorothy L. Shapland Carla Thompson Payton Alandra Washington Dana Winters Brian L. Wright . . . and many more!
Content Notes
Acknowledgments -- Contributor List -- NAEYC's "Advancing Equity in Early Childhood Education" Position Statement -- Introduction -- Part 1: Reflections on Equity -- Section 1: Reflections on Ourselves -- Chapter 1: Looking Inward: Reflections from Early Education Professionals on Their Journey to Reduce Bias and Racism -- Section 2: Reflections on Our Profession -- Chapter 2: Why History?: Educating the Early Childhood Workforce for Equity -- Chapter 3: Quality Includes Removing Bias from Early Childhood Education Environments -- Chapter 4: Being an Equity Leader -- Chapter 5: Recognizing Shortcomings of a Traditional Professional Knowledge Base -- Part 2: Responsive Pedagogical Practices -- Chapter 6: Creating Caring Communities in Early Childhood Contexts -- Chapter 7: Focusing on What Really Counts -- Chapter 8: Developing the Three C's of Reciprocity -- Chapter 9: What About Children? -- Chapter 10: Equity, Diversity, and Child Development -- Chapter 11: Equitable Learning Opportunities for Young Bilingual Children -- Chapter 12: Creating High-Quality STEM Experiences for All Young Learners -- Chapter 13: Developing Meaningful and Relevant Writing with K-3 Dual Language Learner Students -- Chapter 14: Providing Responsive Supports to Dual Language Learners with Disabilities -- Chapter 15: Making Thinking, Learning, and Development Visible and Inclusive Through Authentic Assessment -- Chapter 16: Learning Stories -- Part 3: Moving Forward as a Profession -- Chapter 17: The Work -- Chapter 18: Agency and Power in Young Children's Lives -- Chapter 19: Creating Anti-Racist Early Childhood Spaces -- Chapter 20: Early Childhood Teacher Educators' Critical Role -- Appendix: A Note on Terminology Used in this Book -- About the Editors -- Index.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Early childhood education --United States. Early childhood education. Educational equalization. Multiculturalism. Early childhood education. Educational equalization. Multiculturalism.
Subject Added Entry-Geographic Name
United States. --fast.
000 00000cam u2200205 a 4500
001 000046097367
005 20211105161626
008 211104s2021 dcua b 001 0 eng d
010 ▼a 2020951548
016 7 ▼a 020284464 ▼2 Uk
020 ▼a 9781938113789
020 ▼a 1938113780
035 ▼a (OCoLC)1260159239
040 ▼a TNX ▼b eng ▼e rda ▼c TNX ▼d TNX ▼d OCLCO ▼d OCLCF ▼d OVY ▼d TXI ▼d OCLCO ▼d UKMGB ▼d KUB ▼d 211009
050 4 ▼a LB1139.25 ▼b .A38 2021
082 0 4 ▼a 372.2 ▼2 23
084 ▼a 372.2 ▼2 DDCK
090 ▼a 372.2 ▼b A244
245 0 0 ▼a Advancing equity & embracing diversity in early childhood education : ▼b elevating voices & actions / ▼c Iliana Alanís & Iheoma U. Iruka, editors ; with Susan Friedman.
246 3 ▼a Advancing equity and embracing diversity in early childhood education : ▼b elevating voices and actions
260 ▼a Washington, DC : ▼b National Association for the Education of Young Children, ▼c 2021.
264 1 ▼a Washington, DC : ▼b National Association for the Education of Young Children, ▼c [2021]
300 ▼a xx, 132 p. : ▼b ill. ; ▼c 28 cm.
336 ▼a text ▼b txt ▼2 rdacontent
337 ▼a unmediated ▼b n ▼2 rdamedia
338 ▼a volume ▼b nc ▼2 rdacarrier
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references and index.
505 0 ▼a Acknowledgments -- Contributor List -- NAEYC's "Advancing Equity in Early Childhood Education" Position Statement -- Introduction -- Part 1: Reflections on Equity -- Section 1: Reflections on Ourselves -- Chapter 1: Looking Inward: Reflections from Early Education Professionals on Their Journey to Reduce Bias and Racism -- Section 2: Reflections on Our Profession -- Chapter 2: Why History?: Educating the Early Childhood Workforce for Equity -- Chapter 3: Quality Includes Removing Bias from Early Childhood Education Environments -- Chapter 4: Being an Equity Leader -- Chapter 5: Recognizing Shortcomings of a Traditional Professional Knowledge Base -- Part 2: Responsive Pedagogical Practices -- Chapter 6: Creating Caring Communities in Early Childhood Contexts -- Chapter 7: Focusing on What Really Counts -- Chapter 8: Developing the Three C's of Reciprocity -- Chapter 9: What About Children? -- Chapter 10: Equity, Diversity, and Child Development -- Chapter 11: Equitable Learning Opportunities for Young Bilingual Children -- Chapter 12: Creating High-Quality STEM Experiences for All Young Learners -- Chapter 13: Developing Meaningful and Relevant Writing with K-3 Dual Language Learner Students -- Chapter 14: Providing Responsive Supports to Dual Language Learners with Disabilities -- Chapter 15: Making Thinking, Learning, and Development Visible and Inclusive Through Authentic Assessment -- Chapter 16: Learning Stories -- Part 3: Moving Forward as a Profession -- Chapter 17: The Work -- Chapter 18: Agency and Power in Young Children's Lives -- Chapter 19: Creating Anti-Racist Early Childhood Spaces -- Chapter 20: Early Childhood Teacher Educators' Critical Role -- Appendix: A Note on Terminology Used in this Book -- About the Editors -- Index.
520 ▼a Together, the voices of early childhood educators, scholars, and professionals can sound the call to advance the profession toward more equitable educational experiences, systems, and practices for all children. This book showcases many of these voices from across the field of early childhood education and invites you to think about and discuss ways you can add your own voice to that call. Expanding on recommendations from NAEYC's "Advancing Equity in Early Childhood Education" position statement, the contributors to this invaluable resource navigate difficult and complex topics and offer guidance on how to apply more equitable pedagogical practices. Grounded in theoretical frameworks and current research, the chapters look at both the history of inequity in the profession and what the future of education can mean for all children. Inside, you'll read the voices of Teresa Acevedo Jennifer Keys Adair Rosemarie Allen Garnett S. Booker III Barbara T. Bowman Dina C. Castro Jie-Qi Chen Stephanie M. Curenton Felicia L. DeHaney Louise Derman-Sparks Lillian Durán Tonia R. Durden Isauro M. Escamilla Belinda Bustos Flores Janelle Beth Flores Ximena Franco Mimi Gray Socorro Herrera Zeynep Isik-Ercan Debbie LeeKeenan Junlei Li Daniel R. Meier Jen Neitzel John Nimmo Iliana Reyes Shubhi Sachdeva Hilary Seitz Dorothy L. Shapland Carla Thompson Payton Alandra Washington Dana Winters Brian L. Wright . . . and many more!
650 0 ▼a Early childhood education ▼z United States.
650 0 ▼a Early childhood education.
650 0 ▼a Educational equalization.
650 0 ▼a Multiculturalism.
650 7 ▼a Early childhood education. ▼2 fast.
650 7 ▼a Educational equalization. ▼2 fast.
650 7 ▼a Multiculturalism. ▼2 fast.
651 7 ▼a United States. ▼2 fast.
700 1 ▼a Alanís, Iliana, ▼d 1968-, ▼e editor.
700 1 ▼a Iruka, Iheoma U., ▼e editor.
700 1 ▼a Friedman, Susan, ▼d 1947-, ▼e contributor.
945 ▼a KLPA

Holdings Information

No. Location Call Number Accession No. Availability Due Date Make a Reservation Service
No. 1 Location Main Library/Western Books/ Call Number 372.2 A244 Accession No. 111854549 Availability Available Due Date Make a Reservation Service B M

Contents information

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments



Contributor List




NAEYC''s "Advancing Equity in Early Childhood Education" Position Statement




Introduction
Iliana Alanis, Iheoma U. Iruka, and Susan Friedman



Part 1: Reflections on Equity



Section 1: Reflections on Ourselves



Chapter 1: Looking Inward: Reflections from Early Education Professionals on Their Journey to Reduce Bias and Racism
Iheoma U. Iruka, with Anthony Broughton, Michael Gonzalez, Jillian Herink, Steven Hicks, Tamara Johnson, Jen Neitzel, Karen Nemeth, Nicol Russell, and Shannon Wanless



Section 2: Reflections on Our Profession



Chapter 2: Why History? Educating the Early Childhood Workforce for Equity
Barbara T. Bowman



Chapter 3: Quality Includes Removing Bias from Early Childhood Education Environments
Felicia L. DeHaney, Carla Thompson Payton, and Alandra Washington




Chapter 4: Being an Equity Leader
John Nimmo, Debbie LeeKeenan, and Louise Derman-Sparks



Chapter 5: Recognizing Shortcomings of a Traditional Professional Knowledge Base
Tonia R. Durden and Stephanie M. Curenton



Part 2: Responsive Pedagogical Practices



Chapter 6: Creating Caring Communities in Early Childhood Contexts
Garnett S. Booker III



Chapter 7: Focusing on What Really Counts: How Noticing and Appreciating Simple, Ordinary Moments in Early Childhood Care and Education Can Enrich Human Relationships and Promote Professional Equity
Junlei Li and Dana Winters



Chapter 8: Developing the Three Cs of Reciprocity
Zeynep Isik-Ercan



Chapter 9: What About the Children? Teachers Cultivating and Nurturing the Voice and Agency of Young Children
Brian L. Wright



Chapter 10: Equity, Diversity, and Child Development: Implications for Practice
Iliana Reyes, Mimi Gray, and Teresa Acevedo



Chapter 11: Equitable Learning Opportunities for Young Bilingual Children: Strategies to Promote Oral Language Development
Dina C. Castro and Ximena Franco



Chapter 12: Creating High-Quality STEM Experiences for All Young Learners: What Do Teachers of Young Children Need to Know?
Jie-Qi Chen



Chapter 13: Developing Meaningful and Relevant Writing with K-3 Dual Language Learner Students
Daniel R. Meier



Chapter 14: Providing Responsive Supports to Dual Language Learners with Disabilities
Lillian Duran



Chapter 15: Making Thinking, Learning, and Development Visible and Inclusive Through Authentic Assessment
Hilary Seitz




Chapter 16: Learning Stories: Observation, Reflection, and Narrative in Early Childhood Education
Isauro M. Escamilla



Part 3: Moving Forward as a Profession



Chapter 17: The Work: Promoting Equity and Justice in Early Childhood
Jen Neitzel



Chapter 18: Agency and Power in Young Children''s Lives: Five Ways to Advocate for Social Justice as an Early Childhood Educator
Jennifer Keys Adair and Shubhi Sachdeva



Chapter 19: Creating Anti-Racist Early Childhood Spaces
Rosemarie Allen, Dorothy L. Shapland, Jen Neitzel, and Iheoma U. Iruka



Chapter 20: Early Childhood Teacher Educators'' Critical Role: Preparing Culturally Efficacious Early Childhood Teachers
Belinda Bustos Flores, Socorro Herrera, and Janelle Beth Flores



Appendix: A Note on Terminology Used in this Book



About the Editors



Index

New Arrivals Books in Related Fields