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Varied Perspectives on Play and Learning: Theory and Research in Early Years Education


reviewed by Roz Stooke January 13, 2016

coverTitle: Varied Perspectives on Play and Learning: Theory and Research in Early Years Education
Author(s): Ole Frederik Lillemyr, Sue Dockett, and Bob Perry
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Charlotte
ISBN: 1623964164, Pages: 235, Year: 2013
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: January 13, 2016
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 19334, Date Accessed: 5/23/2017 3:05:09 AM

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  • Roz Stooke
    Western University, Ontario
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    ROZ STOOKE teaches courses in Curriculum Studies, Literacy, and Early Childhood Education at Western University, Ontario, Canada. Her research focuses on ways in which the work of educating and caring for young children is shared by diversely situated practitioners and parents and most recently on ways in which diversely situated practitioners understand and implement mandated practices such as documentation and play-based learning. Her most recent publication is Negotiating Spaces for Literacy Learning: Multimodality and Governmentality (Bloomsbury, 2015) co-edited with Mary Hamilton, Rachel Heydon, and Kathy Hibbert.
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