Pedagogic cultures in early childhood: framing children's experiences

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Abstract

This chapter explores the ways in which adults' decision-making through pedagogic leadership and children's interpretation of the physical and social environment frames children’s playful experiences in early childhood. Elsewhere, I introduce these concepts with the specific focus on children's negotiation tactics (Arnott, 2018) and creative play (Arnott & Duncan, 2019); and I argue that these elements of experience are nestled in a Pedagogic Culture which children and practitioners inhabit in early childhood education. This chapter consolidates my interpretation of practitioners' and children's responsive planning and learning experiences as embedded in a Pedagogic Culture.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPedagogical Leadership in Early Childhood Education
Subtitle of host publicationConversations from Across the World
EditorsMona Sakr, June O'Sullivan
Place of Publication[S.I.]
Chapter3
Number of pages11
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 17 Jun 2021

Keywords

  • pedagogic culture
  • pedagogic research
  • early childhood

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