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Each and Every Child: Teaching Preschool with an Equity Lens


reviewed by Sophia Han - January 18, 2021

coverTitle: Each and Every Child: Teaching Preschool with an Equity Lens
Author(s): Susan Friedman & Alissa Mwenelupembe
Publisher: The National Association for the Education of Young Children,
ISBN: 1938113616, Pages: 140, Year: 2020
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: January 18, 2021
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23569, Date Accessed: 3/3/2021 9:40:54 AM

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  • Sophia Han
    University of South Florida
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    SOPHIA HAN, Ph.D., is an associate professor in the Early Childhood Education program at the University of South Florida. Her research centers around promoting responsive teaching and learning in early childhood with a specific focus on cultural diversity, language, identity, and social competence development. She has examined teachers’ roles in children’s social competence development through a sociocultural lends and has also conducted cross-cultural studies on teachers’ beliefs and practices supporting children’s social competence. She is currently working with pre-service teachers to support their professional identity development to navigate diverse and complex early childhood educational settings.
 
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