Reviewed by Dr S Alexander
In Young Children Becoming Curriculum, a book published within an international series on “contesting early childhood” author Marg Sellers makes her debut as an educational philosopher.
She has taken thinking and writing on children, childhood, and curriculum to a new level. She has dared to contest the usual dichotomisation of children and curriculum, by proposing and developing the notion of re(con)ceiving children in curriculum.
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