Titiro whakamuri, hoki whakamua. We are the future, the present and the past: Caring for self, others and the environment in early years’ teaching and learning
Ritchie, Jenny; Duhn, Iris; Rau, Cheryl; Craw, Janita
Citation:Ritchie, J., Duhn, I., Rau, C., & Craw, J. (2010). Titiro whakamuri, hoki whakamua. We are the future, the present and the past: Caring for self, others and the environment in early years’ teaching and learning. Wellington: Teaching and Learning Research Initiative. Available from http://www.tlri.org.nz/sites/default/files/projects/9260-finalreport.pdf
Permanent link to Research Bank record:http://hdl.handle.net/10652/1771
This project focuses on global issues of ecological sustainability in a variety of national/local early childhood contexts. The research aims to illuminate, document, explore, and explain possibilities for early childhood pedagogies that reflect and enact an ethic of care for self, others, and the environment. The project draws from both kaupapa Maori and western perspectives.
Keywords:environmental sustainability, ecological sustainability, ethic of care, pedagogy, early childhood education
ANZSRC Field of Research:130299 Curriculum and Pedagogy not elsewhere classified
Copyright Holder:Crown Copyright
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