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Title: Conceptualizing early childhood education in small states : focus on Malta and Barbados
Authors: Baldacchino, Anna
Baldacchino, Godfrey
Keywords: States, Small -- Early childhood education
Early childhood education -- Malta
Early childhood education -- Barbados
Early childhood education -- Study and teaching
Early childhood education -- Social aspects
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing Group
Citation: Baldacchino. A., & Baldacchino, G. (2017). Conceptualizing early childhood education in small states: Focus on Malta and Barbados. In T.D. Jules, & P. Ressler (Eds.), Re-reading education policy and practice in small states: Issues of size and scale in the emerging Intelligent society and economy (pp. 97-109). Peter Lang Publishing Group.
Abstract: Comparative studies of education in small states remain glaring in their absence. We acknowledge and support the invitation to adopt a different approach in this volume, and we have decided on an asymmetrical triangular country framework as proposed by the book’s co-editors. We focus on pedagogic challenges in ECE in relation to the former British colonies and now small island states of Malta and Barbados, using their metropolitan patron, the UK, as backdrop and reference point.
ISBN: 978363170597
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