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EDUC 332 | EDUC 466

EDUC 332-3: Naturalistic Observations in Early Learning Settings

This course will be offered once a year at either the Burnaby of Surrey campus with a projected enrollment of about 35.

Monographs
The following titles will need to be purchased for the Surrey library:
Giudici, C., Rinaldi, C. & Krechevsky, M. (Eds), (2001). Making learning visible: Children as individual and group learners. Reggio Emilia, Italy: Reggio Children S.r.1. ISBN: 88-87960-25-9 $39
Einarsdottir, J. & Wagner, J. T. (Eds.), (2006). Nordic Childhoods and Early Education. Information Age Publishing. $73
Lewin-Benham, A. (2006). Possible schools: The Reggio approach to urban education. New York: Teachers College Press. $69
Mayfield, M. (2001). Early childhood education and care in Canada: Contexts, dimensions, and ideas. Toronto: Prentice Hall. $106
McHoul, A., & Grace, W. (1993). A Foucault primer: Discourse, power and the subject. New York: New York University Press. $69
Moss, P. & Pence, A. (Eds.). Valuing quality in early childhood services: New approaches to defining quality. London: Paul Chapman. $26
Pink, S., K├╝rti, L., & Afonso, A. I. (Eds.). (2004). Working images:Visual reserach and representation in ethnography. London: Routledge. $37
Stewart, A. (1998). The ethnographer's method (Vol. 46). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. $29
Wien, C. A. (2004). Negotiating standards in the primary classroom: The teacher's dilemma. New York: Teachers College Press. $52

The following titles will need to be purchased for the Burnaby library:
Mayfield, M. (2001). Early childhood education and care in Canada: Contexts, dimensions, and ideas. Toronto: Prentice Hall. $106
McHoul, A., & Grace, W. (1993). A Foucault primer: Discourse, power and the subject. New York: New York University Press. $69
Wien, C. A. (2004). Negotiating standards in the primary classroom: The teacher's dilemma. New York: Teachers College Press. $52

Subject searching in the library catalogue shows the following holdings. Overall numbers are followed by the number held in Surrey in parentheses.

Early Childhood Education 144 (45)
Education, Primary 98 (9)
Education, Preschool 211 (8)
Observation (Educational Method) 79 (10)
Interaction Analysis in Education 212 (33)

To improve Surrey's holdings in these areas, the Blackwell heading "Child Study" will need to be activated for the Surrey library (currently active for the Burnaby library).
Cost: approx. 18 books/year @ $45 each = $810/year

Journals
Journal holdings in this area are adequate and available in electronic form at all campuses. In addition to numerous titles covering early childhood education, specific titles of interest to this course include:
Sociology of Education
School Effectiveness and School Improvement
Elementary School Journal

Bibliographic Tools
Databases and electronic encyclopedias currently held provide adequate coverage of this topic.

Total for this course:
Burnaby: $228

These costs will be covered from existing library funds.
Surrey: $501 one-time outlay plus $810/year
These costs will be part of the library's request for funding for the 09/10 year. We will await confirmation from Joanne Curry via Sylvia Roberts, Acting Campus Librarian for Surrey. There are no costs to the Faculty of Education.

EDUC 466-4: Early Childhood Education: Curriculum and Instruction

This course will be offered once or twice a year at either the Burnaby or Surrey campus with a projected enrollment of about 35.

Monographs
The following titles will need to be purchased for the Surrey library:
Bandura, A (1986). Social foundations of thought and action: A social cognitive theory. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall. $150
Cadwell, L. B. (2003). Bringing learning to life: The Reggio approach to early childhood education. New York: Teachers College Press. $46
Dewey, J. (1934). Art as experience. New York: Pedigree. $16
Dewey, J. (1938). Experience and education. New York: MacMillian. $19
Edwards, C. P., & Gandini, L. (2001). Bambini: The Italian approach to infant/toddler care. New York: Teachers College Press. $23
Fraser, S. (2000). Authentic childhood: Experiencing Reggio Emilia in the classroom. Toronto, Ontario: ITP Nelson. $55
Hendrick, J. (2004). Next steps toward teaching the Reggio way: Accepting the challenge to change (2nd edition). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson. $54
Patton, M. Q. (1990). Qualitative evaluation methods. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage. $111
Isenberg, J. P. & Jalongo, M. R. (Eds), (2003). Major trends and issues in early childhood education: Challenges, controversies and insights (2nd ed.) New York: Teachers College Press. $59
Rinaldi, C. & Krechevsky, M. (Eds) (2003). Making learning visible: Children as individual and group learners. Reggio Emilia, Italy: Reggio Children S.r.1. $39
Sanders-Bustle, L. (2003). Image, inquiry, and transformative practice: Engaging learners in critical inquiry through visual representation. New York: Peter Lang.$32

No additional titles are required for the Burnaby library.

Subject searching in the library catalogue shows the following holdings. Overall numbers are followed by the number held in Surrey in parentheses.

Curriculum Planning 322 (61)
Montessori Method of Education 42 (0)
Reggio Emilia 11 (0)
Constructivism (Education) 81 (30)

To improve Surrey's holdings in these areas, the Blackwell heading "Curriculum Studies" will need to be activated for the Surrey library (currently active for the Burnaby library).
Cost: approx. 15 books/year @ $45 each = $675/year

Journals
Journal holdings in this area are adequate and available in electronic form at all campuses. In addition to numerous titles covering early childhood education, specific titles of interest to this course include:
Learning and Instruction
Journal of Experimental Education
Journal of Curriculum Studies
Curriculum Inquiry

Bibliographic Tools
Databases and electronic encyclopedias currently held provide adequate coverage of this topic.

Total for this course:
Burnaby: No further resources required

Surrey: $604 one-time outlay plus $675/year
These costs will be part of the library's request for funding for the 09/10 year. We will await confirmation from Joanne Curry via Sylvia Roberts, Acting Campus Librarian for Surrey. There are no costs to the Faculty of Education.

Totals:
Ongoing funds, Burnaby: $0
One-time funds, Burnaby: $228
Ongoing funds, Surrey: $1,485
One-time funds, Surrey: $1,105