6 edition of JOURNAL OF EARLY CHILDHOOD VOL 3 found in the catalog.
May 20, 2007 by Pace University Press .
Written in English
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This reflects the world-wide growth in theoretical and empirical research on learning and development in early childhood and the impact of this on. The Early Childhood Education Journal analyzes issues, trends, policies, and practices for early childhood education from birth through age eight.
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The International Journal of Early Childhood (IJEC) provides an important voice for research with young children and children’s early education and care, across various social and cultural contexts, with a focus on children aged from birth to 8 years. IJEC is the research journal of OMEP (World Organization for Early Childhood Education).
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