04486ngm a22006371i 45008316104CaSfKAN20140801123731.0m go c vz uzazuucr una---unuuu140819p20142013cau111 o vleng d1115387KanopyexcludeUtOrBLWengrdaUtOrBLWAEUa-ja---a-cc---n-us-hihttp://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/geographicAreas/a-jahttp://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/geographicAreas/a-cchttp://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/geographicAreas/n-us-himarcgacInternet AccessASAVInternet AccessAEGMCTInternet AccessAEUThe preschool in three cultures revisited.[San Francisco, California, USA] :Kanopy Streaming,2014.http://share-vde.org/sharevde/rdfBibframe/Publisher/95601 online resource (1 video file, approximately 110 min.) :digital, .flv file, soundtwo-dimensional moving imagetdirdacontenthttp://rdaregistry.info/termList/RDAContentType/1023computercrdamediahttp://rdaregistry.info/termList/RDAMediaType/1002online resourcecrrdacarrierhttp://rdaregistry.info/termList/RDACarrierType/1018digitalvideo fileMPEG-4FlashTitle from title frames.Access restricted to authorized users and institutions.Originally produced by Joseph Tobin in 2013.The videos, which were shot in 2004, are of Komatsudani Hoikuen (Daycare Center) in Kyoto, Japan; Daguan Youeryuan (Kindergarten) in Kunming, China; St. Timothy's Child Center, in Honolulu, Hawaii; Madoka Yochien (Kindergarten) in Tokyo, Japan; Sinanlu Youeryuan (Kindergarten) in Shanghai, China; and Alhambra Preschool in Phoenix, Arizona. The first three preschools are sites which we first filmed in 1984 for the original Preschool in Three Cultures Study. The other three are of preschools we selected for the new study to reflect new directions in each country's approach to early childhood education. In this study, the videos function primarily as interviewing tools. We call this approach "video cued multivocal ethnography" (or the Preschool in three cultures method). In this method, it is the responses of informants to these images, rather than the images themselves, that are the core data of the study and the primary source of meaning. By showing and discussing the videotapes with hundreds of preschool teachers and directors in each country, we were able to learn something about the variation to be found in each country's approach. The book Preschool in three cultures revisited presents our analysis of teachers' reflections on their own and each others' cultural practices. The narration track of this video presents Chinese, Japanese, and U.S. teachers' reflections on key scenes in the videos. A disclaimer: clearly no one preschool can be representative of the preschools of an entire city much less of an entire country. We do not claim that the preschools in these videos are representative, except in the sense that they are not unrepresentative. Each is an example of just one of the many kinds of preschools to be found in its country.11 44 57Komatsudani Hoikuen (Kyoto, Japan)Daguan Youeryuan (Kunming, China)St. Timothy's Child Center (Honolulu, Hawaii)Madoka Yochien (Tokyo, Japan)Sinanlu Youeryuan (Shanghai, China)Alhambra Preschool (Phoenix, Az.)Preschool teachingJapan.Preschool teachingArizonaPhoenix.Preschool teachingHawaii.KindergartenJapanTokyo.KindergartenChinaKunming.KindergartenChinaShanghai.Documentary films.http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85088115Documentary films.lcgftTelevision films.lcgftKanopy (Firm)http://viaf.org/viaf/309847805Northern Lakes Collegehttps://northernlakescollege.kanopy.com/node/115388(Unlimited Concurrent Users)from KanopyMacEwan University Accesshttps://macewan.kanopy.com/node/115388(Unlimited Concurrent Users)from KanopyUniversity of Alberta Accesshttps://ualberta.kanopy.com/node/115388(Unlimited Concurrent Users)from Kanopykan1115387Internet AccessLC18316104-1001INTERNETGR_MAC_INTYYE-RESOURCE8/31/2018E-VIDEOKANOPYMInternet AccessLC18316104-2001INTERNETUAINTERNETYYE-RESOURCE8/31/2018E-VIDEOKANOPYInternet AccessLC18316104-3001INTERNETNLC_INTYYE-RESOURCE11/13/2018E-VIDEOKANOPYNUAINNLC_INTE-VIDEOKANOPYNPreschool in three cultures revisitedhttp://share-vde.org/sharevde/rdfBibframe/Work/6930269-1UALBERTA