University of Montreal
Doaktown, New Brunswick,
Roles at NAAEE
Suzanne Major is an anthropologist and early childhood educator. She received her Ph. D. in 2015, with mention of excellence, in Anthropology of Early Childhood Education from the University of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. She also has a master’s degree in Child Studies which was obtained in 2004 at Concordia University, in Montreal, Canada. She has worked 12 years as Director for the Early Childhood Studies Program of the University of Montreal’s Faculty of Permanent Education. She has been a teacher in the program for 19 years. She has retired from her full-time position to work as a consultant and full-time writer and researcher in Early Childhood Education. She is a member of the RECE movement (Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Education).
Prior to this, she has worked 12 years as an early childhood educator, and before that, was a happy full-time mom for a few years! She is interested in nature walks, photography, painting and gardening.
Suzanne Major created Interactive Gazes: A Tool for Environmental Education on November 6, 2023.
Suzanne Major created The Function of Familiarity, Security, Affiliation, and Attachment in the Outdoors on July 28, 2023.
Suzanne Major created Locking Eyes, Sounds, Time and Group Management in Early Childhood on May 8, 2023.
Suzanne Major created Education to the Environment in Early Childhood Education Using General Abilities. Or What Are We to Do with Lucy? on February 6, 2023.
Suzanne Major liked My first blog post. Baby steps towards environmental education. on January 4, 2023