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Making Sense of Developmentally and Culturally Appropriate Practice (DCAP) in Early Childhood Education Paperback – Oct 1 1998
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«Hyun's work is invaluable to the field of early childhood teacher education as she builds a sound framework for instituting developmentally and culturally appropriate practice in early childhood settings through stories of her own work with prospective teachers. Teacher educators and prospective early childhood teachers will be enriched by her strong theoretical conceptualization of developmentally and culturally appropriate practice, as well as the ways in which Hyun captures and presents the stories of novice teachers struggling with the issues inherent in actualizing developmentally and culturally appropriate pedagogy.» (Nancy Fichtman Dana, The Pennsylvania State University)
About the Author
The Author: Eunsook Hyun is Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education at Florida Gulf Coast University. She received her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from the Pennsylvania State University. As a teacher educator she has published numerous articles regarding early childhood teacher preparation for developmentally and culturally appropriate practice.