Voices of Practitioners, Fall 2021, Volume 16
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This volume marks Voices of Practitioners' 17th year as an online journal.
For the past year, early childhood educators have been bombarded by overlapping crises: the pandemic, a renewed national recognition of persistent racial inequities, economic hardships, deep political divisions, and environmental degradation that is reaching a tipping point. These crises have demanded that those educating and caring for young children adapt in unprecedented ways. In this collection, we invited practitioners to reflect on what they are learning while educating young children during these crises.
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Barbara Henderson and Ben Mardell
Walking to Joy: Using Our Values as Our Map
Kim Lee Ripley
Learning Joy and Resilience Through Kindergartners
Leading Through Inquiry
Megina Baker, Stephanie Cox Suárez, Brenda Acero, Peggy Martalock, Denise Nelson, Jenny Hanseul Park, Annalisa Hawkinson Ritchie, Natacha Shillingford
But Can I Trust You? Embracing Different Perspectives