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In this issue

From the Editors

By Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw and Laurie Kocher


“The wind goes inside of me”: Kindergarten Children’s Theories About Running Fast

By Debbie Halls and Carol Anne Wien

Child Study

Using Photographic Picture Books to Better Understand Young Children’s Ideas of Belonging” A Study of Early Literacy Studies and Social Inclusion
By Yiola Cleovoulou, Heather McCollam, Erica Ellis, Lauren Commeford, Isabelle Moore, Annie Chern, and Janette Pelletier

Lingering Discourses: Rousseau’s 18th Century Images of Mothers, Fathers, and Children
By Margaret MacDonald, Magdalena Rudkowski, and Janine Hostettler Schärer

Effects of the Home Literacy Environment with English Learners’ Literacy Development
By Zihan Shi

​The Use of Play and Inquiry in a Kindergarten Drama Centre: A Teacher’s Critical Reflection
By Laura Hope Southcott

Directions and Connections

Movement and Clay
By Sherri-Lynn Yasbeck

This Log: A Poem
By Shelley Brandon and Anne Marie Coughlin

Professional Resources

Getting in Wrong from the Beginning: Our Progressivist Inheritance from Herbert Spencer, John Dewey, and Jean Piaget. Written by Kieran Egan.
Reviewed by Mary Caroline Rowan


From the Publications Chair
By Iris Berger

Friends of Children Award

Friends of Children Guidelines