Early Childhood Educators’ and Parents’ Perspectives of Literacy for Children Under Three: An Exploratory Study

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Laura McFarland, Noella Mackenzie and Natalie Thompson. Charles Sturt University, Australia. Full reference: McFarlard, L., Mackenzie, N. & Thompson, N. (2018). Early childhood educators’ and parents’ perspectives of literacy for children under three: An exploratory study. NZ International Research in Early […]

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