Presentation Title

Eight Steps for Developing a Continuity of Care in the Classroom: A Pedagogical Practice

University

Shawnee State University

Major

Master's of Education Curriculum and Instruction

Student Type

Graduate Student

Presentation Types

Oral Presentation

Keywords:

Pedagogy, Nel Noddings, Early Childhood Education, Appalachia

Description

The purpose of this qualitative case study is to interpret the continuity of the ethics of care as inspired by Nel Noddings. This study is geared toward early childhood educators in the Appalachian region. At this stage in the research, this qualitative case study is generally focused on developing strategic pedagogical practices to help teachers better understand and uncover the experiences of the ethics of care in their own classrooms.

Faculty Sponsor Name

Aaron Bruewer

Faculty Sponsor Title

Professor, School of Education

Faculty Sponsor Academic Department

School of Education

Location

LIB 204

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Eight Steps for Developing a Continuity of Care in the Classroom: A Pedagogical Practice

LIB 204

The purpose of this qualitative case study is to interpret the continuity of the ethics of care as inspired by Nel Noddings. This study is geared toward early childhood educators in the Appalachian region. At this stage in the research, this qualitative case study is generally focused on developing strategic pedagogical practices to help teachers better understand and uncover the experiences of the ethics of care in their own classrooms.