This issue of Global Education Review seeks papers that focus on the importance, roles, and diverse practices of fathers in different cultures and at shedding light into how fathers are involved in their preschool children’s upbringing, care and education, both at home and at ECEC settings. Special attention will be given to how existing policies in various countries may affect fathers’ role and involvement. The issue will highlight relevant research findings, illuminate areas that are in need of additional research, and examine the implications of these findings on policies and practices.Read more about Fathers’ role, involvement and cultural expectations, Volume 6, No. 1, January, 2019
This issue includes articles that present evidence about the complex inter-relationships that exist between creativity, cognitive neuroscience, socio-cultural context, and education. The articles in this issue provide examples of teacher training, teaching, skill development, and approaches to teaching that provide opportunities for innovation and problem solving.