Childhood Education

Childhood Education is a bimonthly journal of the Association for Childhood Education International (ACEI). We are currently in a transition phase to become Childhood Education: Innovations.

Childhood Education: Innovations is 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 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.

For institutions, order a subscription to Childhood Education only, visit www.tandfonline.com


 

Table of Contents
Volume 93, No 1

No Child Left Behind: What About Refugees?
Neda Moinolnolki and Myae Han

Building Our Capacity to Forge Successful Home-School Partnerships: Programs That Support and Honor the Contributions of Families
Alisa Hindin, Lilly M. Steiner, and Susan Dougherty

Taking the Incredible Years Child and Teacher Programs to Scale in Wales
Judy Hutchings and Margiad Elen Williams

What School Leaders Are Doing to Support a Culture of Character: An Exploratory Study With Preschools in Singapore
Margaret-Anne Carter and Merilyn Dasson

The Nexus Between Routine Household Chores and a Filial Heart
Shi Li

Reigniting Writers: Using the Literacy Block With Elementary Students to Support Authentic Writing Experiences
Norine Blanch, Lenora C. Forsythe, and Jennifer H. Van Allen,
with Sherron Killingsworth Roberts

Teaching Financial Literacy With Max and Ruby
Natalya Brown and Kristen Ferguson

Action Research in Preservice Teachers’ Arts-Integration Pedagogies for Social Justice Teaching and Learning
Laura Rachel Felleman-Fattal

Bringing Outdoor Play Indoors in United Arab Emirates: Mud as a Powerful Binding Element
Fiona S. Baker