Readiness is a very common term in early childhood education, often thought of as something within a growing child that can be measured to improve instruction. In this expansion of her Ph. D. dissertation (U. of Colorado), Graue frames the discussion of readiness from a social and cultural perspectiThis book looks at readiness from a different perspective, arguing that we must move away from the readiness-as-child characteristic so prevalent in education and the popular press.
|Title||:||Ready for What?|
|Author||:||M. Elizabeth Graue|
|Publisher||:||SUNY Press - 1993|