While Jonathan Silin’s ideas have challenged early childhood educators to think seriously about the relationship between developmentalism and revisioning early education, they have done much more than this. They also challenge us to know who we are and how our identities might be enacted in our teacher-selves, whether in the classroom with young children, teacher education students or engaging professionally with teachers. In doing so he shows how to resist injustice and unmasks ways in which institutions function in society to marginalise and exclude. Copyright © 2013 Symposium Journals Ltd.
|Journal||Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood|
|Publication status||Published - Mar 2013|