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Childhood Education

Childhood Education, the bimonthly journal of the Association for Childhood Education International (ACEI),
focuses on the learning and well-being of children around the world.

Each issue includes articles highlighting various perspectives on innovative classroom practices from around the world; cutting-edge concepts for education delivery; innovative schooling models; child growth and development theory; timely and vital issues affecting education, children, and their families; and research reviews.  The journal’s editorial intent is to include a wide distribution of articles from varied countries, and from advocacy- and policy-oriented organizations as well as academic institutions.

Childhood Education is a benefit of the Professional Plus, Professional, Student, Retired, and Organization membership levels. Members receive both print and online versions of the journal, and unlimited online access to back issues—almost 90 years of information and research about children and education.  Read more about membership categories here.

November-December 2016
Volume 92, No. 6

Feature Articles

Preparing 21st Century Learners: Parent Involvement Strategies for Encouraging Students' Self-Regulated Learning
Alyssa Gonzalez-DeHass
Young Children's Physical and Psychological Well-Being Through Yoga
Kyoung Jin Kim, Su-Jeong Wee, Beverly Boals Gilbert, & Jeonghee Choi
The Power of Outdoor Play and Play in Natural Environments
Kristen M. Kemple, JiHyun Oh, Elizabeth Kenney, & Tina Smith-Bonahue
Healthy Reading: Teaching Strategies for Integrating Health and Literacy Education
Carol A. Cummings & Carolyn Obel-Omia
Psychosocial Support for Children Orphaned by HIV/AIDS in Zimbabwe
Jonathan Chitiyo, Argnue Chitiyo, & Morgan Chitiyo
Rediscovering and Reconnecting Funds of Knowledge of Immigrant Children, Families, and Teachers
Seung Eun McDevitt
RIDEing Vocabulary: Using Etienne Wenger's Community of Practice Theory to Master Word Use
Rachel Schiera
Working Across Disciplines to Understand Playful Learning in Educational Settings
Geerdina van der Aalsvoort & Pat Broadhead

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