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“It made me argue more confidently and I can stand by my words”: Beginning teachers’ perspectives about mentoring, goal setting, and leadership during teacher registration.
A supported playgroup located on school grounds: Developing family relationships within a school environment to support children’s transition to school. Marianne Knaus and Judy Warren. Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia. Full reference: Knaus, M. & Warren, J. (2015). A […]
Three-year-old Children’s Visual Art Experiences. Julie Plows. University of Auckland, NZ. Full reference: Plows, J (2015). Three-year-old children’s visual art experiences. NZ Research in Early Childhood Education Journal, 18, 37 – 51. Original Research Abstract This art-based study investigated the […]
“It is a risk, but it is a risk worth taking”: Early childhood teachers’ reflections on review of practice using an approach of practical philosophy. Anne Grey. AUT University, NZ. Full reference: Grey, A. (2015). “It is a risk, but […]
Advocating for a comprehensive approach to assessment in New Zealand early childhood education. Qilong Zhang. Waiariki Institute of Technology, NZ. Full Reference: Zhang, Q. (2015). Advocating for a comprehensive approach to assessment in New Zealand early childhood education. NZ Research in […]
Early childhood education: Fracture lines of social context and neural development. John A. Clark. Massey University, NZ. Full reference: Clark, J.A. (2015). Early childhood education: Fracture lines of social context and neural development. NZ Research in Early Childhood Education Journal, 18, 80 […]