African early childhood development curriculum and pedagogy for Turkana nomadic pastoralist communities of Kenya.

@article{Ngasike2014AfricanEC,
  title={African early childhood development curriculum and pedagogy for Turkana nomadic pastoralist communities of Kenya.},
  author={John Teria Ng'asike},
  journal={New directions for child and adolescent development},
  year={2014},
  volume={2014 146},
  pages={
          43-60
        }
}
Western conceptions of child development and the models of early education they engender predominantly shape services for young children in the first eight years of life all over Africa. This chapter brings a reconceptualist perspective to the critique of Kenya's continuing failure to ground early childhood programs and services in local cultural conceptions, developmental values, childrearing practices, and the practical day-to-day realities of children's learning through participation and… CONTINUE READING
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