Educating the Young Child
Advances in Theory and Research, Implications for Practice
This academic and scholarly book series will focus on the education and development of young children from infancy through eight years of age. The series will provide a synthesis of current theory and research on trends, issues, controversies, and challenges in the early childhood field and examine implications for practice. One hallmark of the series will be comprehensive reviews of research on a variety of topics with particular relevance for early childhood educators worldwide. The mission of the series is to enrich and enlarge early childhood educators’ knowledge, enhance their professional development, and reassert the importance of early childhood education to the international community. The audience for the series includes college students, teachers of young children, college and university faculty, and professionals from fields other than education who are unified by their commitment to the care and education of young children. In many ways, the proposed series is an outgrowth of the success of Early Childhood Education Journal which has grown from a quarterly magazine to a respected and international professional journal that is published six times a year.
Please contact Astrid Noordermeer at Astrid.Noordermeer@springer.com to submit a book proposal for the series.
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