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The competent ECEC system in the city of Ghent

Jan Peeters UGent, Chris De Kimpe and Steven Brandt UGent (2016) Pathways to professionalism : towards an ethical Praxis in early childhood. p.57-71
abstract
Pathways to Professionalism in Early Childhood Education and Care is concerned with a growing interest from policy and research in the professionalisation of the early childhood workforce. Illustrated by in-depth case studies of innovative and sustainable pathways to professionalisation, it recognises the importance of a systemic approach to professionalisation across all levels of the early childhood. The authors of this wide-ranging book share insights of professionalism from various European countries and suggest that professionalism in early childhood unfolds best in a 'competent system'. This book considers a broad range of international issues including * Continuous professional support and quality * Early Childhood education and care staff with different qualifications in professional development processes. * How personal attitudes and competence of educators are related to the wider system of competent teams, leadership, collaboration across services and competent governance * From research to policy: the case of early childhood and care Pathways to Professionalism in Early Childhood Education and Care is a crucial and fascinating read for professionals working in the sector and contributes to broadening views on what professionalism in early childhood can mean within a 'competent system'.
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publication status
in press
subject
keyword
Professionalism, ECEC
book title
Pathways to professionalism : towards an ethical Praxis in early childhood
editor
Michel Vandenbroeck UGent, Mathias Urban and Jan Peeters UGent
pages
57 - 71
publisher
Taylor & Francis
place of publication
Oxfordshire
ISBN
9781138918894
DOI
10.4324/9781315688190
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
classification
B2
copyright statement
I don't know the status of the copyright for this publication
id
7097416
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-7097416
date created
2016-02-23 12:26:04
date last changed
2017-10-17 14:10:47
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  abstract     = {Pathways to Professionalism in Early Childhood Education and Care is concerned with a growing interest from policy and research in the professionalisation of the early childhood workforce. Illustrated by in-depth case studies of innovative and sustainable pathways to professionalisation, it recognises the importance of a systemic approach to professionalisation across all levels of the early childhood. The authors of this wide-ranging book share insights of professionalism from various European countries and suggest that professionalism in early childhood unfolds best in a 'competent system'. This book considers a broad range of international issues including * Continuous professional support and quality * Early Childhood education and care staff with different qualifications in professional development processes. * How personal attitudes and competence of educators are related to the wider system of competent teams, leadership, collaboration across services and competent governance * From research to policy: the case of early childhood and care Pathways to Professionalism in Early Childhood Education and Care is a crucial and fascinating read for professionals working in the sector and contributes to broadening views on what professionalism in early childhood can mean within a 'competent system'.},
  author       = {Peeters, Jan and De Kimpe, Chris and Brandt, Steven},
  booktitle    = {Pathways to professionalism : towards an ethical Praxis in early childhood},
  editor       = {Vandenbroeck, Michel and Urban, Mathias and Peeters, Jan},
  isbn         = {9781138918894},
  keyword      = {Professionalism,ECEC},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {57--71},
  publisher    = {Taylor \& Francis},
  title        = {The competent ECEC system in the city of Ghent},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.4324/9781315688190},
  year         = {2016},
}

Chicago
Peeters, Jan, Chris De Kimpe, and Steven Brandt. 2016. “The Competent ECEC System in the City of Ghent.” In Pathways to Professionalism : Towards an Ethical Praxis in Early Childhood, ed. Michel Vandenbroeck, Mathias Urban, and Jan Peeters, 57–71. Oxfordshire: Taylor & Francis.
APA
Peeters, Jan, De Kimpe, C., & Brandt, S. (2016). The competent ECEC system in the city of Ghent. In M. Vandenbroeck, M. Urban, & J. Peeters (Eds.), Pathways to professionalism : towards an ethical Praxis in early childhood (pp. 57–71). Oxfordshire: Taylor & Francis.
Vancouver
1.
Peeters J, De Kimpe C, Brandt S. The competent ECEC system in the city of Ghent. In: Vandenbroeck M, Urban M, Peeters J, editors. Pathways to professionalism : towards an ethical Praxis in early childhood. Oxfordshire: Taylor & Francis; 2016. p. 57–71.
MLA
Peeters, Jan, Chris De Kimpe, and Steven Brandt. “The Competent ECEC System in the City of Ghent.” Pathways to Professionalism : Towards an Ethical Praxis in Early Childhood. Ed. Michel Vandenbroeck, Mathias Urban, & Jan Peeters. Oxfordshire: Taylor & Francis, 2016. 57–71. Print.