9 edition of Gender in early childhood found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Nicola Yelland.|
|LC Classifications||HQ772 .G36 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 278 p. :|
|Number of Pages||278|
|ISBN 10||0415154081, 041515409X|
|LC Control Number||97049215|
In this book, scholars in developmental psychology, education, and neuroscience examine the ways in which children's toys often reflect and promote gender stereotypes, as well as the long-term consequences of gender-typed play. alongside the expression of gender preferences in early childhood, and they review research showing that children. Most children typically develop the ability to recognize and label stereotypical gender groups, such as girl, woman and feminine, and boy, man and masculine, between ages 18 and 24 months. Most also categorize their own gender by age 3 years.
Both of these models assume that early childhood experiences result in lifelong gender self-concepts. However, gender socialization is a process that continues throughout life. Children, teens, and adults refine and can modify their sense of self based on gender. A case study shows early childhood educators’ perceptions of gender end up affecting children’s play. How children’s activities become divided by gender When children play by themselves, they tend to choose activities that are stereotypically aligned with their gender, according to a article called “Children’s Gender-Typed.
Rethinking Gender in Early Childhood Education. London: Paul Chapman Publishing. Martin, B. (). Children at Play: Learning Gender in the Early Years. Staffordshire: Trentham Books. National Council for Curriculum and Assessment. (). Aistear: The Early Childhood Curriculum Framework. Dublin: NCCA. Office of the Minister for Children. (). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Introduction: understanding our gender identity: connecting the personal with the professional / Tamar Jacobson --Practical applications from the history of gender and early childhood education / Blythe F. Hinitz and Dorothy W. Hewes --Discussing gender / Eila Estola --Do daddies wear lipstick.
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This book will explore the ways in which young children perceive themselves and are viewed by others in terms of their gendered identities as individuals and as members of society. It considers research from a variety of perspectives in the context of home/family and school.4/5(4). This book will explore the ways in which young children perceive themselves and are viewed by others in terms of their gendered identities as individuals and as members of society.
It considers research from a variety of perspectives in the context of home/family and school. This book will explore the ways in which young children perceive themselves and are viewed by others in terms of their gendered identities as individuals and as members of society.
It considers research from a variety of perspectives in the context of home/family and by: This book is for early childhood educators committed to learning about gender [in]justice as a foundation for creating gender affirming early learning environments for all children including those who are transgender and gender expansive (TGE).
This book will explore the ways in which young children perceive themselves and are viewed by others in terms of their gendered identities as individuals and as. `The book reveals much about advances in feminist theory and reportage and is written in an accessible textbook style′ - International Journal of Early Years Education `I recommend this book as an insight into new possibilities for teaching and thinking.
It is rethinking gender education in early childhood education′ - New Childhood/5(2). A thought-provoking text which will make practitioners examine their children's behaviour and play in a fresh light'- Christine Marsh, Manchester Metropolitan University 'A major contribution to.
Rethinking Gender in Early Childhood Education reveals how the focus on individual development that is promoted in early childhood education doesn't produce gender equity. Rather, everyday teaching practices influence the gendering of young children's identities.
Buy Rethinking Gender in Early Childhood Education First by MacNaughton, Glenda (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on Reviews: 2. EARLY CHILDHOOD GENDER EXPANSIVENESS.
This info sheet includes a history of western gender models, our intersectional gender model, and research about gender-expansive children and the importance of creating inclusive learning environments. Book Description This book will explore the ways in which young children perceive themselves and are viewed by others in terms of their gendered identities as individuals and as members of society.
It considers research from a variety of perspectives in the context of home/family and school. Many have a real interest in exploring gender, often choosing it as an area for their dissertation.
There are volumes and volumes written on gender by seminal theorists such as Connell that we could signpost them to, however there are few books that look specifically at gender and early childhood.
We know that the ECEC setting is one of the key. Synopsis. Gender in Early Childhood explores the ways in which young children perceive, and are perceived, as gendered individuals and members of a gendered society.
Careful research is brought to bear on a wide range of issues, from the construction of the child's identity by extended family immediately after birth, through early play and literacy activities.
Book Description. Understanding Gender and Early Childhood is a comprehensive and accessible introduction into the main issues around gender and what these mean for our youngest children. Drawing on key theories and research, and illustrating each topic with case studies, reflective questions and a summary of key points, students are encouraged to question why it is more relevant.
A Guide for Early Childhood Programs and Professionals. Overview. Healthy Gender Development and Young Children: A Guide for Early Childhood Programs and Professionals. offers practical guidance for teachers, caregivers, parents and staff.
It draws on decades of research on child and gender development, and experiences of early childhood. They range from the view that gender doesn't matter to young children, through a sense that good early childhood practice produces equity for all, to beliefs that pursuing gender equity compromises partnerships with parents and clashes with multicultural perspectives in early childhood.
This book confronts nine common myths about gender equity in early childhood and shows how everyday. Parents can then actively construct the foetus as a gendered identity.
This occurs through choosing gender appropriate names, discussing and purchasing gender appropriate clothing (such as pink clothes for girl babies), and by ascribing specific attributes (such as Cited by: Rethinking Gender in Early Childhood Educationreveals how the focus on individual development that is promoted in early childhood education doesn't produce gender equity.
Rather, everyday teaching practices influence the gendering of young children's identities. The construction of gender is a systematic process that begins at birth and is continually shaped, molded, and reshaped throughout life.
This book examines practices with young children with respect to the construction of gender and the expectations of society, schools, and families. The book is organized into two parts.
The first part considers the family, community, and society as contexts. Early Childhood: Learning about Gender Identity. Teaching for Change carefully selects the best multicultural and social justice books for children, young adults, and educators.
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At birth, babies are assigned male or female based on physical characteristics. This refers to the "sex" or "assigned gender" of the child.
Meanwhile, "gender identity" refers to an internal sense people have of who they are that comes from an interaction of biological traits, developmental influences, and environmental conditions. This may be male, female, somewhere in between, a combination of both or.
The early childhood education field reflects a female cultural orientation as “almost all early childhood teachers are women [and] most women seem to prefer behaviors and activities more often attributed to girls than boys.”  They also respond to the behavior of boys and girls differently.
Gender Issues in Early Childhood Education - Christopher Naughton. Once again, He Kupu features a practitioner researcher section dedicated to student and teacher contributions, a special edition, with a focus on gender issues in early childhood education, and a book review section.
The variety in the practitioner researcher papers continues to impress.