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  • 407pp. Published January 2016
  • Scientific Research Publishing
  • Category: Medicine & Healthcare
  • ISBN: 978-1-61896-150-1
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Advances in Early Education
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This book covers the first-hand data of early education research field. The 15 papers in this book are selected from the published papers in early education field during 2013-2015, which contain education policy, educational methods and educational standard, ect.
Components of the Book:
  • FRONT MATTER
  • Chapter 1
    Rethinking Early Childhood Workforce Sustainability in the Context of Australia’s Early Childhood Education and Care Reforms
  • Chapter 2
    The Way to Early Childhood Education Equity - Policies to Tackle the Urban-Rural Disparities in China
  • Chapter 3
    Do Increased Availability and Reduced Cost of Early Childhood Care and Education Narrow Social Inequality Gaps in Utilization? Evidence from Norway
  • Chapter 4
    Embedding Mental Health Interventions in Early Childhood Education Systems for At-Risk Preschoolers: An Evidence to Policy Realist Review
  • Chapter 5
    Impact of an Early Education Multimedia Intervention in Managing Nutrition-Related Chemotherapy Side Effects: A Pilot Study
  • Chapter 6
    Asynchronous vs Didactic Education: It’s too Early to Throw in the Towel on Tradition
  • Chapter 7
    Moving Forward with Early Childhoodcare and Education (ECCE) Post-2015 in the Asia Pacific Region: An Analysis of Global and National Policy Goals
  • Chapter 8
    Improving Lifetime Trajectories for Vulnerable Young Children and Families Living with Significant Stress and Social Disadvantage: The Early Years Education Program Randomised Controlled Trial
  • Chapter 9
    The Effect of Mother’s Educational Status on Early Initiation of Breastfeeding: Further Analysis of Three Consecutive Nepal Demographic and Health Surveys
  • Chapter 10
    What Is the Relationship between Risky Outdoor Play and Health in Children? A Systematic Review
  • Chapter 11
    Language Learning in Outdoor Environments: Perspectives of Preschool Staff
  • Chapter 12
    Too Late and Not Enough for Some Children: Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) Program Usage Patterns in the Years before School in Australia
Readership: Students, academics, teachers and other people attending or interested in early education.
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