RECE Conference Proceedings

2010 Conference Proceedings
Dalton, Georgia, USA, October 13-­‐17, 2010

Eide, K. (2010). Not only matters of language(s). Proceedings from RECE '10: Language, Culture, and Power: A Conference Reconceptualizing Research, Theory, Policy, and Practice. Dalton, GA.




Exposito, S. & Bernheimer, S. (2010). Inclusion of nontraditional students in institutions of higher education: A theoretical framework. Proceedings from RECE '10: Language, Culture, and Power: A Conference Reconceptualizing Research, Theory, Policy, and Practice. Dalton, GA.




Janmohamed, Z. (2010). Queering early childhood studies: Challenging the discourse of developmentally appropriate practice. Proceedings from RECE '10: Language, Culture, and Power: A Conference Reconceptualizing Research, Theory, Policy, and Practice. Dalton, GA.




Ng'asike, J. (2010). Early childhood education in Kenya: A threat to cultural development and sustenance in African children. Proceedings from RECE '10: Language, Culture, and Power: A Conference Reconceptualizing Research, Theory, Policy, and Practice. Dalton, GA.




O'Loughlin, M. (2010). Recreating the social link between young children and their histories. Proceedings from RECE '10: Language, Culture, and Power: A Conference Reconceptualizing Research, Theory, Policy, and Practice. Dalton, GA.



Parnell, W. (2010). Lessons from becoming, being, unbecoming early childhood educator. Proceedings from RECE '10: Language, Culture, and Power: A Conference Reconceptualizing Research, Theory, Policy, and Practice. Dalton, GA.




Pimentel, C. (2010). The color of language: The racialized education trajectory of an emerging bilingual students. Proceedings from RECE '10: Language, Culture, and Power: A Conference Reconceptualizing Research, Theory, Policy, and Practice. Dalton, GA.




Quintero, E. (2010). Critical literacy in early childhood: Multilingual books linking language, culture, and power. Proceedings from RECE '10: Language, Culture, and Power: A Conference Reconceptualizing Research, Theory, Policy, and Practice. Dalton, GA.




Rhedding-Jones, J. (2010). No aunties in our preschools: Muslim positionings in Western practice. Proceedings from RECE '10: Language, Culture, and Power: A Conference Reconceptualizing Research, Theory, Policy, and Practice. Dalton, GA.




Souto-Manning, M. (2010). Challenging ethnocentric literacy practices: (Re)positioning home literacy in Head Start classrooms. Proceedings from RECE '10: Language, Culture, and Power: A Conference Reconceptualing Research, Theory, Policy, and Practice. Dalton, GA.