A Note From Childhood Education International
The education and well-being of the world’s children is a vital responsibility for every member of the global community. At Childhood Education International, we believe only when children have ample opportunity to develop to their fullest potential can we be assured of a secure future for the world.
In the pages of Childhood Education Innovations, we seek to inspire and excite through articles that feature the best new strategies from around the world, valuing the contexts in which they were developed and implemented. By sharing practical and inspiring success stories, and innovative responses to challenges along the way to success, we seek to provide the essential impetus for transforming our schools and communities to benefit all children.
We have curated this collection of articles from Childhood Education Innovations to showcase innovative ideas, approaches, and solutions that are making a positive difference for children around the world.
Articles are free exclusively via this page until December 2020. Please bookmark this page for return access.
Tiny Teachers: Empathy experiences to break the cycle of violenceCalls for innovation in education often focus on the need to prepare students for the future. Ensuring that we are supporting their empathy for others is an often overlooked, but critical, aspect of that preparation.
|Tiny Teachers: Empathy experiences to break the cycle of violence||Mary Gordon||96||2|
Podcasts: Using authentic and engaging voices to connect with students Christopher M. WurstInnovations in content delivery abound in the world today, providing very effective tools for engaging students in meaningful learning
|Podcasts: Using authentic and engaging voices to connect with students||Christopher M. Wurst||96||2|
Developmental Play: A new approach to understanding how all children learn through playPlay is widely acknowledged as being critical for children’s development, yet opportunities for play are becoming more scarce for many children.
|Developmental Play: A new approach to understanding how all children learn through play||Caroline Essame||96||1|
Children Can Be Their Own Teachers: Disruptive innovation in educationWhen teacher shortages pose a significant challenge to delivering quality education, what disruptive educational approaches can we explore to ensure students are learning?
|Children Can Be Their Own Teachers: Disruptive innovation in education||Michael B. Horn||96||1|
Reclaiming Education as a Public Good: Place-based teacher educationBy integrating academic achievement and student agency toward collective well-being, place-based education advances the competencies students need as scholars, citizens, and neighbors.
|Reclaiming Education as a Public Good: Place-based teacher education||Susan Santone||95||5|
Playful Learning Landscapes: Creating skill-building experience in community spacesChildren are always learning. Innovative initiatives that offer opportunities for learning and skill building in environments outside of school are as important as ones designed for the classroom.
|Playful Learning Landscapes: Creating skill-building experience in community spaces||Molly A. Schlesinger & Karhy Hirsh-Pasek||95||4|
The Power of Immersive Storytelling: A tool for transformative learningTransforming education to best serve our children and societies often means finding creative ways to engage young learners. Taking advantage of modern storytelling techniques can be a powerful way to achieve such engagement.
|The Power of Immersive Storytelling: A tool for transformative learning||Cleary Vaughan-Lee||95||3|
Childhood Education Innovations is a publication of Childhood Education International, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting innovative solutions to education challenges and inspiring action that creates positive, sustainable futures for children and youth worldwide.
The journal seeks engaging, accessible articles that explore cutting-edge thinking and emerging trends and ideas in school design, technology, education leadership, curriculum approaches, assessment improvements, education financing, and professional development. Review our aims and scope and submit your paper today.