Teaching reflective care in Japanese early childhood settings

@article{Hellman2016TeachingRC,
  title={Teaching reflective care in Japanese early childhood settings},
  author={A. Hellman},
  journal={Early Child Development and Care},
  year={2016},
  volume={186},
  pages={1693 - 1702}
}
  • A. Hellman
  • Published 2016
  • Psychology
  • Early Child Development and Care
ABSTRACT The purpose of this article is to explore the way preschool teachers teach reflective care in Japan. The article builds on a two-month ethnographic study conducted in Japanese kindergartens and nurseries among children aged 3–6 years. The data were analysed using concepts of age and gender. The results show that care in Japan, in contrast to strong discoursers of learning in several western countries, is seen as part of teaching children how to behave in public space together with… Expand
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