Lived spaces of infant-toddler education and care: Exploring diverse perspectives on theory, research and practice

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Abstract

This book conceptualizes the lived spaces of infant and toddler early education and care settings by bringing together international authors researching within diverse theoretical frameworks. It highlights diverse ways of understanding the experiences of very young children by exposing the ways that the authors are grappling with the unknown. The work explores broadly the construct and meanings of 'lived spaces' as relational spaces, interactional spaces, transitional spaces, curriculum spaces or pedagogical spaces operating within the social, physical and temporal environment of infant-toddler education settings. The book invites interchange between and among diverse theories and approaches and through this build new understanding of infants' and toddlers' experiences and interactions in early education and care settings. It also considers the implications of this work for policy and practice in infant and toddler education and care
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationDordrecht
PublisherSpringer
Number of pages244
ISBN (Electronic)9789401788380
ISBN (Print)9789401788373
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2014

Publication series

NameInternational perspectives on early childhood education and development
Volume11

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