Resources for Download

The materials available here for download have been introduced to colleagues during presentations and training. These are intended to provide support for further training and the dissemination of our work. Where any part of these materials are published or presented to third parties we would (of course) expect that their source be fully acknowledged. See also ICT resources on the www.ecesustainability.org site.

 

The seven DATEC principles for good practice

Promoting equality through science education in the early years

Early Childhood Education in Sustainable Development (Sustainability Site )

Siraj-Blatchford, J. (2007) The implications of early understandings of inequality, science and technology for the development of sustainable societies (Workshop Paper)

Siraj-Blatchford, I., (2007) Creativity, Communication and Collaboration: The Identification of Pedagogic Progression in Sustained Shared Thinking, Asia-Pacific Journal of Research in Early Childhood Education,Vol. 1, No. 2

Siraj-Blatchford, J. (1996) Learning Technology, Science and Social Justice, Education Now Handbook (PDF Chapter 3 )

Cultural Issues (zipped PPT)

Policy Research (zipped PPT)

Early Years ICT Resources

1. What is ICT Education In the Early Years? (PPT)

2. Evidence from Projects EPPE and REPEY (PPT)

3. A good deal more than computers… (PPT)

4. The Northamptonshire ICT Strategy (PPT)

5. Training needs and opportunities (PPT)

 

 

Other online resources:

Siraj-Blatchford, I. (2008) CESOJ Seminar 23rd June, Sunderland University (WinZip PPT)

Socio-cultural factors in Learning Science (PPT)

Researching Effective Pedagogy in the Early Years (PDF)

Girls in Science: another case of the Emperors new clothes? (Doc)

Emergent Science and Technology in the Early Years (PDF)

‘Race’, Reform and Research: the impact of the three R’s on anti-racist pre-school and primary education in the UK (Doc)

Equalities Review: Part 3: Qualitative Case Studies

Educative Technologies in Kindergarten Context (KINDERET) Pilot project funded by the EU, Leonardo da Vinci II

 











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