Our Biggest issue of eceLINK!
The AECEO Board, Editorial Committee and staff are very excited to present the biggest issue ever of the eceLINK magazine.
This special issue offers a focus on Indigenous Knowledges and Pedagogies in Early Childhood Education. It is exciting to offer a large number of peer reviewed articles, written in total by ten authors, that reflect the AECEO's commitment to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's Calls to Action (2015). We envision these articles being used as conversation starters in your own communities and as ways forward to reconciliation.
In This Issue:
- AECEO's Active Commitment to Truth and Reconciliation (Featured article available to the public)
- Professional Pay and Decent Work Project Update: Building ECE Power for Change
- Ontario Votes 2018: Where the Parties Stand on Child Care
- Member Profile: Marilyn Grudniski
Peer Reviewed Collection
- Decolonizing and Co-constructing Contexts that Welcome Indigenous Practices and Knowledges in Early Childhood Education
- Gizhaawaso: Culture as a Protective Factor for Indigenous Children with Disabilities
- Dramatic Play in Northern Aboriginal Head Start Classrooms: Supporting Indigenous Children's Learning of their Culture and Language
- The Leadership Journey in the Spirit of Indigenous Early Childhood Educators in Remote Northern First Nations Communities
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Thank you to everyone who contributed articles, and to the peer reviewers and Editor. Special thanks to Artist Kevin Belmore who generously allowed the use of his beautiful work, "Next Generation". Kevin Belmore's work will be showing from May 31 - June 30, in Toronto at: http://cafepamenar.com/
We would also like to thank the following advertisers for helping to support this issue of the eceLINK: