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Creativity: Meaning-Making and Representation Surfacing the Voices of Children: The Role of the Interlocutor Intratextuality in Drawing-Telling Drawing and Embodiment Intertextuality: Borrowing with a Personal Stamp Ancient Forms: New Worlds Implications for Teaching
Susan Kay Wright is the Head of the Early Childhood and Special Educational Needs division at the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
'[This book] features concrete examples of children's meaning-making and is an attempt to...further understand children's development in greater depth and also to see how they view the world around them' - Early Years Educator 'This will be an important 'seminal' text for many years in the early childhood field. Wright's work is based on her extensive research and work with young children, and her passion for this aspect of children's learning and development is evident throughout the text' - Dr Catherine Meehan, Senior Lecturer and Programme Director of BA (Hons) Early Childhood Studies, Canterbury Christ Church University