Special issue on Science and Technology in ECE

Also, the Early Childhood Research & Practice journal published a special issue on science and technology education for young children:


The contents are listed as:

Introduction to the Special Issue on STEM in the Lives of Young Children
Lilian G. Katz & Jean A. Mendoza

Guest Editorial: Child Developmental Perspectives in Engineering Education
Demetra Evangelou


Engineering Curricula in Early Education: Describing the Landscape of Open Resources
Aikaterini Bagiati, So Yoon Yoon, Demetra Evangelou, & Ida Ngambeki

The TangibleK Robotics Program: Applied Computational Thinking for Young Children
Marina U. Bers

Successful versus Unsuccessful Schools through the Eyes of Children: The Use of Interviews, Autophotography, and Picture Selection
Darlene DeMarie

Talking about Artifacts: Preschool Children’s Explorations with Sketches, Stories, and Tangible Objects
Demetra Evangelou, Jennifer Dobbs-Oates, Aikaterini Bagiati, Sandy Liang, & Ji Young Choi

When 2-Year-Olds and 3-Year-Olds Think Like Scientists
George E. Forman


Dramatic Play as a Context for Children’s Investigation of Size and Scale
Christy Spencer with Ellen Hall

What Happens at a Car Wash?
Barbara Gallick & Lisa Lee

Beyond This Issue

SEED: Collected Papers
Collected Papers from the SEED (STEM in Early Education and Development) Conference


About backyardbooks

This blog is a kind of electronic storage locker for ideas and quotes that inform my research... literary research into fiction for young adults (with a special focus on New Zealand fiction). Kiwis are producing amazing literature for younger readers, but it isn't getting the academic appreciation it deserves. I hope readers of this blog can make use of the material I gather and share by way of promoting our fiction. Cheers!
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