Lessons Learned from Educators around the Globe
Early childhood educators have a professional responsibility to understand and respond to diversity. The articles in this special issue of Young Children, which focuses on early childhood education across the globe, will help both U.S. and international readers by finding similarities, appreciating differences, and learning lessons from one another. Cluster articles describe new programs and developments in Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, China, Denmark, El Salvador, India, and Paraguay.
NAEYC members can read this entire issue of Young Children online in the Members Only area.
Community Learning Circles: Promoting Positive Development for Early Primary Children/Marilou Hyson, Kamal Hossain, and Didarul Anam Chowdhury
Take Charge of Your Personal and Professional Development/Carla B. Goble and Diane M. Horn
The Reading Chair/Isabel Baker and Miriam Baker Schiffer
Our Proud Heritage. Inspiration to Teach—Reflections on Friedrich Froebel and Why He Counts in Early Childhood Education/Mary Ruth Moore and David Campos, with Jacob Collazo, Ashley Fresher Maytum, Virena Sampayo, and Monica A. Sanchez