Teacher Support of Student Engagement in Early Childhood: Embracing Ambivalence through Playworlds
EARLY YEARS, pp. 413.0-425, 2016.
Ambivalenceengagementinclusionplayworldearly childhood teaching
Ambivalence is a relatively little advanced concept for studying young people's engagement in education. We present a case study in which a teacher of a kindergarten-first-grade classroom works within an activity called a playworld to engage a child who had been excluded from certain classroom practices, after having been perceived by his...More
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