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Bloomsbury gender and sexual identity

Gender and sexual identities in early childhood curricula: The case of Canada

The authors of this post are contributors to Bloomsbury Education and Childhood Studies. Dr Pamela Malins, Assistant Professor, University of New Brunswick, Education, explores early childhood curriculum, literacies, and identities. Dr Rachel Heydon is Professor, Faculty of Education, Western University, where she studies early childhood curricula, literacies, and educator professional learning. Dr Emma Cooper, Instructor, […]

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20190818_Co-creation curriculum_Marina Todesco

Co-creation of the Journey4Life: a youth empowerment curriculum designed with young people

This blog was written by Nina Pavlovska, Training and Innovation Manager, and Marina Todesco, Research Specialist, at Dance4Life. Marina will be making a presentation at the September 2019 UKFIET conference on inclusive education systems. Curricula for young people are generally developed by experts, following national guidelines, and are therefore often based on the agendas of […]

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From Literacy to Literacies?

Around the world, Literacy is regarded as an indisputable public good, central to all educational initiatives. As the 2006 UNESCO Global Monitoring Report on ‘Literacy for Life’ emphasised: ‘Literacy is more than a single goal: it is at the heart of the EFA endeavour’ (p 24). Here in the UK, politicians and employers are always […]

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