The second issue of JPP has now been published with a themed practitioner section on adventure playgrounds – please see the attached press release for more information.
JPP encourages submissions from researchers outside the playwork field working in a wide range of areas relevant to the practice of playwork. For more information please see the JPP website or email the Editors at email@example.com.
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Call for Papers
Theory and Method in Child and Youth Research
We are pleased to announce the 3rd international conference of the International Childhood and Youth Research Network (ICYRNet) which is organized by the Center for the Study of Childhood and Adolescence and the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, European University Cyprus.
Dates: 10-12 June, 2015
Venue: European University Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus
Confirmed keynote speakers:
- Jo Boyden, Professor and Director of Young Lives, Oxford University
- Dan Cook, Professor of Childhood Studies, Rutgers University
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New Trends in Historical Research into Education: Heuristic Perspectives and Methodological Issues
September 22-23, 2015 Seville, Spain
International Standing Conference on the History of Education (ISCHE)
Download the call for papers here.
Submission deadline is Dec. 31, 2014.
The Children and Childhood Studies are of the Mid-Atlantic Popular and American Culture Association (MAPACA) is soliciting contributions for an online archive titled “American Childhood Culture in 25 Artifacts.”
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The Froebel Certificate course will run again in 2014-2015 at the University of Roehampton, London.
At a time of rapid change in policy and practice in the early years there is an increasing need for practitioners to be able to understand, articulate and justify an informed pedagogy. The Froebel Certificate course focuses on key principles underpinning Froebelian practice in a range of early childhood settings and contexts. It brings together historical and contemporary study of Froebel’s principles and practice in order to help students to reflect on and develop their own ideas and practice.
The Certificate is offered at Level 4 and Level 6 and the cost is £440, including a 50% subsidy from the Froebel Trust.
The course begins with an introductory session in early October. Application forms and a list of draft dates are available from our website: