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From the Editors

By Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw and Laurie Kocher


Pedagogical Documentation in the Reggio Emilia Educational Project: The Value of Locality in Early Childhood Settings.

By Stefania Giamminuti

Child Study

Reflections and Shadows: Ethical Issues in Pedagogical Documentation

By Pat Tarr

Pedagogical Narrations’ Potentiality as a Methodology for Child Studies Research

By B. Denise Hodgins

Speaking the Language of Nature: Reconceptualizing Early Literacy in Telling the Stories from the Garden.

By Carolyn J. Bjartveit

The Stranger Danger: Exploring Surveillance, Autonomy, and Privacy in Children’s Use of Social Media.

By Jason Nolan, Kate Rayes-Goldie, and Melanie McBride

In Their Words: Voices of Children with Inflammatory Bowel Disease

By Maria Gordon

British Columbia’s Full Day Kindergarten Program Guide: A Critical Race Analysis

By Jennifer Moule

Art Making as a Political and Ethical Practice

By Vanessa Clark

Princesses in the Classroom: Metaphors that Work Against Wholeness

By Allyson Jule

Opening Space for Conversation: The Book Club

By Antje Bitterberg

Directions and Connections

The Wonder of Learning: The Hundred Languages of Children – The Exhibit

By Reggio Children

Children of a Maasai Village

By Maureen Harris

Integral Yoga as a Daily Physical Activity

By Karen Ragoonaden, Stephen Berg, and Sabre Cherkowski

Child Philanthropy: Empowering young children to make a difference

By Victoria Armstrong

Professional Resources

Flows, Rhythms, & Intensities of Early Childhood Education.

By Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw (Editor). Reviewed by Carol Anne Wien

Seen and Heard: Children’s Rights in Early Childhood Education.

By E. L. Hall and J. K. Rudkin. Reviewed by Wendy A. Crocker

Teaching Critical Thinking: Practical Wisdom.

By B. Hooks. Reviewed by Ingrid Anderson

Look at Me…I’m Learning Everyday.

By Laura Doan, Margaret Patten, Cindy Piwowar. Reviewed by Bev Superle

In Memoriam

Cathleen Smith

By Susan Fraser


From the Publications Chair

By Iris Berger

Friends of Children Award

Gerrie Pryma

Nominated by Beth Warkentin

Friends of Children Guidelines

Call for Submissions

*Cover Photo: Sylvia Kind