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Beyond Developmentally Appropriate Practice: Developing Community and Culturally Appropriate Practice.

@article{Ball1999BeyondDA,
  title={Beyond Developmentally Appropriate Practice: Developing Community and Culturally Appropriate Practice.},
  author={Jessica Ball and Alan Pence},
  journal={Young Children},
  year={1999},
  volume={54},
  pages={46-50}
}
nood advice to students in G ood i i speaking out about early childhood education the needs, practices, training programs is to take and goals of their culstock of the community in which tural constituency? they are working, consider the culThis article detural values and wishes of parents scribes the evolution who bring their children for care, and of the generative curinvolve parents as much as possible riculum model, an (Bredekamp & Copple 1997). No early childhood eduone would argue with… Expand
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