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Immigrant Children and Families

Immigrant Children in ECE. By Angel Chan. As New Zealand has opened its doors more to immigrants from all over the world, early childhood services are experiencing significant growth in the enrolment of immigrant children. Many immigrant children and parents […]

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How to Find Common Ground with Dads

Relationships with Dads in ECE. How can we as female educators find common-ground with Dads that is non-threatening? Karen (ECE teacher). Dr Alexander Replies: *  A major common-ground between female educators and Dads is the child – talk with Dads […]

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Supporting Solo Fathers

ECE Support of Solo Dads. By Reg Ponniah. New Zealand families are gradually changing and men are becoming more involved in raising their children alone. However, public realities do not reflect this state of flux as solo dads are often […]

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