Childhood Education: Innovations

Childhood Education: Innovations is a bimonthly publication of the Association for Childhood Education International (ACEI), published for a global audience working to create positive, sustainable futures for children and youth by developing and seeking out innovative solutions to education challenges. Our target audience includes practitioners in schools, nongovernmental organizations, and community-based organizations; education academics interested in innovative ideas and practices; and global education advocates in foundations, government agencies, and businesses.

We are looking for articles that explore cutting-edge thinking and practices for education delivery and reform. We are particularly interested in cross-disciplinary and cross-sector solutions to specific education challenges. Articles could describe organizations, practices, or projects that are taking truly innovative approaches to education, or they could present new perspectives on an existing practice that results in an innovative approach.

Childhood Education is a benefit of all ACEI membership levels. Members receive online and print (Blue and Gold memberships only) versions of the journal, and unlimited online access to back issues—over 90 years of information and research about children and education.

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Table of Contents
Volume 93, No 4

A New Day for Childhood Education: Childhood Education: Innovations

Driving Change in Detroit: Libraries Innovating in Step With the Community

It Takes a Village: An Indigenous Atayal After-School Tutoring Program in Taiwan

Mwabu: Interactive Education in Zambia

Difficult Conversations: As Important to Teach as Math or Science

Is Personalized Learning the Future of School?

The Irene L. Chavez Excel Academy: A Win-Win Educational Opportunity

The Disruptive Innovation of Self-Organized Learning Environments

Answering Big Questions Through Self- Organized Learning

Teaching Peace: How One Teacher, 300 Students, and One Very Big Idea Became the Big Book: Pages for Peace Project

ArchiCamps: Exploring Architecture and a Sense of Place

Pokémon Go: An Unexpected Inspiration for Next Generation Learning Environments

“It’s Like a Giant Brain With a Keyboard”: Children’s Understandings About How Computers Work

Changing Course: Re-Thinking Teacher Education Course Design

Focus on Inclusive Education: Meeting Child Find Through Response to Intervention