Voices of Practitioners: Teacher Research in Early Childhood Education is NAEYC's peer-reviewed, professional online journal. Its main purpose is to provide a vehicle for publishing the research of early childhood teachers, who are often underrepresented as authors in the educational research arena. This publication includes informative articles, resources, and tools to promote the participation of early childhood teachers in teacher research.
New articles from Voices of Practitioners Fall 2013!
New Parallel Voices Feature
Reflection in Action: An Infant Teacher's Journey of Discovery by Shenna Rodeo
Commentary on the teacher research of Shenna Rodeo. Transformation Through Reflection—The Role of Teacher Research in Infant Caregiving by Barbara Henderson and Daniel Meier
Cape Cod Early Childhood Teacher Research Group, by Holly Bryant, Heidi Ingram, and Debra Murphy
Understanding Healthy Sexuality Development in Young Children by Lorena Counterman and Donna Kirkwood
Critical Friends Groups in an Early Childhood Setting: Building a Culture of Collaboration by Shannon Johanson and Lisa Kuh
CONNECTing Evidence-Based Practice and Teacher Research: Resources for Early Childhood Faculty and Instructors by Pamela J. Winton, Virginia Buysse, Beth Rous, Chih-Ing Lim, and Dale Epstein
Want to write for Voices of Practitioners? Submit by 1/31/14 to be considered for the May 2014 issue.
Learn more about Parallel Voices, a new Voices of Practitioners feature.
Learn more about teacher research in Our Inquiry, Our Practice, the book of early childhood teacher research from Voices of Practitioners editors Gail Perry, Barbara Henderson, and Daniel Meier.
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