Cultural context, Care and
Education of Young Children in
India
Nandita Chaudhary, Ph. D
University of Delhi,
India
Tere! Tere hommikust!
!
Hello and Good Morning!
Culture
Education
Care
Cultural difference and history
Country, culture and childhood
India: Country
India: History
India: Culture
Family life in India
Childhood in India
Mamta
Mamta: A mother’s love
Childhood in India (continued)
Childhood in India (continued)
Socialisation for competence
Care and Education of the Young
Child
Some scenes
Two illustrations
Contexts of care
Distribution of families by context of
care (N=58)
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
One by One Many by One One by Many Many by Many
One child, one adult
Many children one adult
Many children one adult
Many children many adults
Many children by many adults
Video: A Pinch of Salt
Care of children by children
Recent challenges to Indian society
Cultural psychology and meaning-
making (Valsiner, 2008)
In conclusion: Considering
humanity
Aitäh!
Thank you!
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Nandita Chaudhary EECERA 2013 Keynote

Cultural context, Care and Education of Young Children in India
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  • 1. Cultural context, Care and Education of Young Children in India Nandita Chaudhary, Ph. D University of Delhi, India
  • 2. Tere! Tere hommikust! ! Hello and Good Morning!
  • 3. Culture
  • 4. Education
  • 5. Care
  • 6. Cultural difference and history
  • 7. Country, culture and childhood
  • 8. India: Country
  • 9. India: History
  • 10. India: Culture
  • 11. Family life in India
  • 12. Childhood in India
  • 13. Mamta
  • 14. Mamta: A mother’s love
  • 15. Childhood in India (continued)
  • 16. Childhood in India (continued)
  • 17. Socialisation for competence
  • 18. Care and Education of the Young Child
  • 19. Some scenes
  • 20. Two illustrations
  • 21. Contexts of care
  • 22. Distribution of families by context of care (N=58) 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 One by One Many by One One by Many Many by Many
  • 23. One child, one adult
  • 24. Many children one adult
  • 25. Many children one adult
  • 26. Many children many adults
  • 27. Many children by many adults
  • 28. Video: A Pinch of Salt
  • 29. Care of children by children
  • 30. Recent challenges to Indian society
  • 31. Cultural psychology and meaning- making (Valsiner, 2008)
  • 32. In conclusion: Considering humanity
  • 33. Aitäh! Thank you!