2013 NZRECE Journal Articles

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Social play among girls playing with a baby buggy and cart at early childhood centre.

Talking with Children in Prams and Supermarket Trolleys While Shopping

Abstract: Children’s language development is influenced by the amount and quality of interactions that they are immersed in.  This study investigated the parent-child interactions that occur when parents accompany young children in prams while moving between shops.  Overall, minimal levels […]

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early childhood research journal online

Constructing Teacher Identities across Different Learning Paradigms

Abstract: This article discusses one key finding from a qualitative study that investigated the experiences of overseas-born, ethnic minority early childhood pre-service teachers in New Zealand. Data were collected through interviews with recently graduated Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood Education) […]

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early childhood research journal online

Student Teachers’ Perceptions of Mentoring Relationships in Field-based Early Childhood Teacher Education

Abstract: The focus of this paper is on the relationships and experiences of third-year field-based early childhood student teachers with their mentoring teachers in their usual centre of work and with their Associate Teachers whilst on practicum. It reports on […]

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early childhood research journal online

Observation: An Effective Research Tool or a Rude Intrusion?

Abstract: This article discusses observation as a method of collecting data in early childhood research.  Observation has become a common mode of early childhood education practice, mostly to assess children’s learning, which has particularly become prevalent since the introduction of […]

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early childhood research journal online

Omissions and Presuppositions in Kei Tua o te Pae: A Critical Discourse Analysis

This research note describes some of the findings from an analysis of three introductory booklets of “Kei Tua o te Pae”, an early childhood assessment practice resource produced by the New Zealand Ministry of Education. Analysis involved taking a critical […]

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