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Young Children
July 1, 2018

Formar conexiones. La educación infantil en Suecia

Nuestras conversaciones me dejaron sorprendida por el compromiso considerable que Suecia ha hecho con garantizar que todos los niños en su país tengan acceso al aprendizaje temprano de calidad superior.

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Authored by: Rhian Evans Allvin, Ina Furtenbach Lindén
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Young Children
July 1, 2018

Making Connections. Early Childhood Education in Sweden

In conversations, I was struck by the substantial commitment Sweden has made to ensure all young children in that country have access to high-quality early learning.

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Authored by: Rhian Evans Allvin, Ina Furtenbach Lindén
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Apply for the Language Ambassador Program

Make an impact on early childhood education and development all over the world, by using your professional expertise to share best practices in other languages!
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Blog
October 5, 2016

Lancet Series: Unlocking Potential in Early Childhood Development

By connecting practice, policy, and research we as a society can ensure all young children thrive and learn in a society dedicated to ensuring they reach their full potential

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Authored by: Abbie Raikes, Hirokazu Yoshikawa
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September 11, 2017

Global Practices that Inform and Inspire

Guest editor Marilou Hyson introduces Young Children's September 2017 cluster topic

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Authored by: Marilou Hyson
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Young Children
September 1, 2017

Global Practices that Inform and Inspire

Working with early childhood educators around the globe demonstrates that there is promise and innovation everywhere, even in the most unpromising circumstances.

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Authored by: Marilou Hyson
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Young Children
September 1, 2017

Connecting the Dots: Learning Communities for Village Teachers in Rural Indonesia

Explore the challenges and early successes of new ways to connect teachers with one another in poor, rural areas of Indonesia and identify some insights that may be applicable to teachers in the United States who struggle with similar issues.

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Authored by: Marilou Hyson, Rosfita Roesli
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Young Children
September 1, 2017

Read the Full Issue (September 2017)

Young Children's September 2017 issue is available as a PDF for members only. Please see the link below.
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YC September 2017 Issue
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Young Children
Vol. 72, No. 4
September 1, 2017

September 2017

Global Practices That Inform and Inspire
YC September 2017 Issue
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Blog
May 20, 2016

The Early Childhood Workforce Gains Global Attention

The new Early Childhood Workforce Initiative will take a holistic multisector approach, with a focus on a variety of roles, including teachers, home visitors, mentors, coaches, supervisors, trainers, and program managers

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Authored by: ​Joan Lombardi
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Blog
February 16, 2016

Using Technology to Make Reading an Enjoyable Experience for All Children

Early learning is critical for developing cognitive language skills and for interpersonal and socio-emotional development. That knowledge and our country’s need led me to start LUDO project, a multimedia project that publishes children’s stories

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Authored by: ​Alberto Barrantes
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Blog
December 14, 2015

Global Lessons for Early Childhood Teacher Education

As NAEYC is “Going Global,” many of the lessons I have learned in Roatan align with the global initiatives. For example, with the help of NAEYC resources I am providing professional development and I conduct observations of children and teachers

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Authored by: Heather Logan
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