Paperback edition of Guide to Early Childhood Education: Development – Design – Diversity now available from Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce the paperback release of Guide to Early Childhood Education: Development – Design – Diversity, edited by Pamela R. Cook.
Guide to Early Childhood Education: Development – Design – Diversity is a textbook of articles and essays exclusively written to provide a resource for educationalists working in the field of Early Childhood Education (ECE), and programmes from around the world. The text has been formally prepared in three significant parts to offer encouraging insights, early learning ideas, classroom environmental changes and pertinent information and internet resources to assist in guiding successful learning. This textbook is primarily suited for ECE administrators, directors, students, teachers, instructors, professors, and additional personnel that will be teaching or working with children in age levels ranging from infant and toddler through to school-age grade three.
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About the Editor
Dr Pamela R. Cook has been an early childhood administrator, educator and teacher for twenty-five years, and instructs online courses for Higher Education Institutions in Early Childhood Education and University Teacher College preparatory programmes. Dr Cook endorses Early Learning from her speaking, traveling and writing in countries of Central America, North America and Eastern, Western Europe. She also continues to promote the International Symposium (BISE) and the Study Abroad-Student Symposium (SASS) to Belize, Central America, on a yearly basis.