None in early childhood classrooms most of the research about how teachers work against injustice consists of small case studies and teacher self studies i examine some of this research first in the area of culturally relevant teaching and then in critical pedagogy specifically in the areas of race ethnicity gender and sexual orientation. Successful early childhood elementary teachers possess both a command of the subject matter and the ability to engage students in the learning process through a variety of developmentally appropriate instructional practices and methodologies the elementary social studies curriculum should be more than a collection of enjoyable experiences. Its findings summarized in five critical elements of effective pedagogy demonstrate that when consistently implemented the result is greater student outcomes across the curriculum regardless of age and higher academic test scores regardless of the student population application in early childhood education settings is also discussed. Students use the d2l platform to access their online courses students who earn a ba in elementary and early childhood education have the chance to join a field that is expected to grow by about 7 in the next 10 years and on average early childhood and elementary teachers earn 55490 per year. Early childhood education the national association for the education of young children naeyc defines early childhood as occurring before the age of eight and it is during this period that a child goes through the most rapid phase of growth and development their brains develop faster than at any other point in their lives so these years are critical
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