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Teaching the Third Culture Child
Examines experiences of a 5- and 7-year-old entering a U.S. early childhood program in context of child development theory, constructivist philosophy, and the Japanese social teaching model. Urges educators to consider alternatives to "tourist approach" in multicultural education and ways to translate individual differences into learning opportunities for children who span two cultures, "third culture children." (KB)
Contributor: West, Martha M.
Date Published: Nov
Journal/Secondary Title: Young Children
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