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Philip Selbie M.A.

Základní údaje

Pozice: 

Vysokoškolský lektor – odborný asistent

 

Kontakty:

philip.selbie@pedf.cuni.cz

Konzultační hodiny

Místnost: R230

 

Odborná specializace

Lektor pedagogických studií; Preprimární a primární vzdělávání; Srovnávací vzdělávání  

Účast na projektech

KA201 Strategic Partnership in School Education ‚UPPscale – University practice partnerships: sustaining collaboration across learning environments
 (2020-2023)

 

Vybrané publikace

Monotematicky zaměřené knihy, monografie

Nutbrown, C, Clough, P & Selbie, P (2008) Early Childhood Education: History, Philosophy & Experience. London: SAGE

Kapitoly v monografiích

Selbie, P (2015) ‘Spirituality and Young Children’s Well-being’ in R. Parker-Rees & C. Leeson, (eds) Early Childhood Studies: an introduction to the study of children’s worlds and children’s lives. (4th Ed). London: SAGE

Wickett, K & Selbie, P (2015) ‘Providing an Enabling Environment’ in R. Parker-Rees & C. Leeson (eds) Early Childhood Studies: an introduction to the study of children’s worlds and children’s lives. (4th Ed). London: SAGE

Selbie, P et.al. (2015) ‘Britain: a complex mix of philosophy and politics’, in V. Campbell-Barr & J. Georgeson (eds) International Perspectives on Early Years Workforce Development. St Albans: Critical Publishing

Selbie, P & Držalová, A (2013) ‚Early Childhood Education and Care in the Czech Republic: recent developments within a changing society‘, in J. Georgeson & J. Payler (eds) International Perspectives: Early Childhood Education and Care. Maidenhead: OUP

Selbie, P (2012) ‚A Present State of Happiness: Teaching Young Children as Flow‘, in R. Jacobs (ed) Creative Engagements with Children: International Perspectives. Oxford: Inter-disciplinary Press

Gabriel, N & Selbie, P (2010) ‘Children’s Health and Well-Being’ in R. Parker-Rees & C. Leeson (eds) Early Childhood Studies (3rd Ed). Exeter: Learning Matters

Odborné články v recenzovaných časopisech

Selbie, P & Clough, P (2005) ‘Talking Early Childhood Education: Fictional Enquiry with Historical Figures’, Journal of Early Childhood Research, 3:2, pp. 115-126

Jiné

Pozvané přednášky

‚Young Children’s Spirituality‘ Seminar at OMEP UK AGM, 21 November 2015, Thomas Coram Centre, London, UK

‚Jan Amos Comenius: a pioneer of play and early learning in 17th century Europe‘ Keynote presented at International Conference ‚Play Around the World‘, May 2015. Faculty of Child and Adult Education, University of Debrecen, Hungary

‘The Labyrinth of the World and the Paradise of the Heart’: Jan Amos Comenius and Lessons in Spirituality for Today. Paper presented at the 2nd International Conference of the British Association for the Study of Spirituality, May 2012, Northampton, UK

‚A Present State of Happiness: Teaching Young Children as Flow‘. Paper presented at ‚Seventh Global Conference: Creative Engagements – Thinking with Children‘, July 2011. Mansfield College, Oxford, UK

“On Giant’s Shoulders – the contribution of the ‘greats’”. Keynote presented at Early Years and Practical Pre-School Conference ‚The Contribution of Traditional and Contemporary Theorists‘, September 2010. London, UK

‘Child development and the effects of sexually explicit advertising‘, paper presented at ‘In Our Faces’ conference, September 2005, Prague, Czech Republic