Index for the NZ Research in ECE Journal 1998, Vol 1

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The titles, authors and abstracts for papers published in the NZ Research in Early Childhood Education Journal, Volume 1, 1997/8 are shown below. To view any paper, scroll to the end of this page for copies. Introducing Computers to Preschoolers […]

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