ECNU Review of Education: Kindergarten
Diciembre 31, 2022

cover.pngECNU Review of Education (ROE) appreciates your time for this email, a brief introduction to our freshest special issue titled “Ethical Codes for Kindergarten Teachers From Different Countries” this December. Early childhood education and kindergarten teachers have a crucial role to play in the healthy development of a child. Therefore, it is necessary to ensure ethical and professional conduct by kindergarten teachers towards their students. However, current discussions regarding professional standards for kindergarten teachers overlook ethics.

In this special issue of the ECNU Review of Education, the authors discuss the importance of ethical codes in early education, while examining their characteristics and theoretical bases. We publishes 5 thought-provoking and well-composed research articles by scholars from different regions. Besides, we have also prepared some regular papers from our accepted natural submissions, and the first three of them mainly focus on the textbook studies in moral education. Hope your exploratory journey to our winter issue is enriching!

Best wishes,
ECNU Review of Education

Ethical Codes for Kindergarten Teachers From Different Cultures
Guest Editors: Ruth Ingrid Skoglund, Juyan Ye and Yong Jiang

Guest Editorial
Ethical Codes for Early Childhood Teachers: How and Why Should We Use Them
Ruth Ingrid Skoglund, Juyan Ye and Yong Jiang

Research Articles
Values in Early Childhood Education (ECE): A Cross-Cultural Comparative Study of Values for ECE Expressed in Policy Documents
Arve Gunnestad, Sissel Mørreaunet, Sobh Chahboun and Jolene Pearson

Purposeful and Ethical Early Childhood Teacher: The Underlying Values Guiding Finnish Early Childhood Education
Anitta Melasalmi, Tarja-Riitta Hurme and Inkeri Ruokonen

Pedagogy and Ethics in Early Childhood Education and Care: A Danish Hermeneutic Inquiry
Jan Jaap Rothuizen

Sustainable Care: Care as a Communal Virtue in Early Childhood Education
Gunnar Magnus Eidsvåg

Free Play and “Loving Care”: A Qualitative Inquiry of Chinese Kindergarten Teachers’ Professional Ethics
Jie Zhang, Mollie R. Clark and Yeh Hsueh

Regular Articles

Research Articles
Organizing and Reconstructing Children’s Experiences: Compiling National Civic Textbooks in China
Desheng Gao, Yue Zhang

Chinese Traditional Culture Education: Implementing the Child’s Position and Perspective in the Elementary School Textbook Morality and Law
Le Zhang

Compiling Life-Oriented Moral Education Textbooks for Elementary Schools in China: The Mimetic Approach in Morality and Law
Yan Tang

A Motivation Perspective on College Admission Reform in Shanghai: The Effect of Providing More Choices and Multiple Evaluation Criteria
Jing Wang

An Examination of the Impact of Game-Based Geometric Shapes Education Software Usage on the Education of Students With Intellectual Disabilities
Ümit Demir

Podcasting and Education: Reflections on the Case of FreshEd
Will Brehm

About ECNU Review of Education

ECNU Review of Education (ROE) is an international, peer-reviewed journal established by the East China Normal University (ECNU) in Shanghai, China. This diamond open-access journal seeks to facilitate in-depth dialogues among various stakeholders, and build a global community of scholars. ECNU sponsors the journal by covering open-access article processing charge (APC), so there is no APC for the authors.


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