Children's well-being - a joint effort? Collaboration about children's well-being across the contexts of family life and kindergarten

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Abstract

The second volume in this Early Childhood Education in the 21st Century: International Teaching, Family and Policy Perspectives miniseries focuses on teacher and family perspectives of early childhood education and care from 19 different countries around the world. The aim of this volume is to articulate the key components of teacher education and family practices that impact young children’s education and care. Each country featured in this volume presents its own unique perspective in relation to the cultural and societal constraints around teacher training and/or family practices and the thinking around those practices that are important for early childhood development. Offering a unique insight into how teachers and families work together in different countries, the book is essential reading for early childhood educators, researchers, early childhood organisations, policy makers and those interested to know more about early childhood within an international perspective.
Translated title of the contributionBørns trivsel - en fælles bestræbelse?: Samarbejde om børns trivsel på tværs af familieliv og børnehave
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTeachers' and Families' Perspectives in Early Childhood Education and Care : Early Childhood Education in the 21st Century
EditorsSivanes Phillipson, Susanne Garvis
Volume2
PublisherCRC Press (Taylor & Francis Group)
Publication date30 Jan 2019
Pages47-67
Chapter5
ISBN (Print)978-11-383-0394-2
ISBN (Electronic)987-0-203-73054-6
Publication statusPublished - 30 Jan 2019
SeriesEvolving Families

Keywords

  • children and youth

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