Unlearning Discrimination in the Early Years

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Format:
Paperback / softback, 168 pages, 228 mm x 145 mm
ISBN:
9781858561226
Published:
1 May 1998
Imprint:
Trentham Books Ltd

Price: £17.99

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This book challenges some of the preconceptions about early childhood development - for example, that children cannot understand issues to do with fairness, or with skin colour or disability or homophobia - by explaining relevant theory and research, and by giving examples of good practice. It encourages students and adults working with young children to enable children to talk constructively about issues of discrimination.

  • Babette Brown

Not too young to learn; anti-discriminatory practice is good practice; learning the anti-discriminatory way; language matters; talking with children about what they think; building bridges; not too old to learn; organizations, resources and suppliers.

"If you choose the path of undoing discrimination in early years care and education, then this wise book is for you." -- Louise Derman-Sparks, author of The Anti Bias Curriculum

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