references to follow up on Gussin Paley’s work

Note, in this chapter, Trisha Lee refers us on to the following readings:

Cooper, P (2002) ‘Literacy learning and pedagogical purpose in Vivian Paley’s ‘storytelling curriculum’, Journal of Early Childhood Literacy 5(3): 229-51

Duckworth, E (2001) ‘Inventing density’, in E Duckworth (ed.) ‘Tell Me More’: Listening to learners explain. New York: Teachers College Press

Paley, VG (1981) Wally’s Stories. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press

Cooper, P (2009) The Classroom all young children need: Lessons in teaching from Vivian Gussin Paley. Chicago: University of Chicago Press

Lieberoth, A (2008) ‘Are you the daddy?’ Comparing fantasy play in children and adults through Vivian Gussin Paley’s A Child’s Work’, in M Montola and J Stenros (eds) Playground Worlds: Creating and Evaluating Experiences of Role-Playing Games. Helsingfors, Finland: Solmukohta

McNamee, g (2005) “‘The one who gathers children’: the work of Vivian Gussin paley and current debates about how we educate young children,’ Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education, 25(3): 275-96

also: www.kendallhaven.com

www.makebelievearts.co.uk

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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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