Effective Transition to School: Integrating Philosophy, Pedagogy and Curriculum

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Gillian Postlewaight. Eastern Institute of Technology, NZ.   Full reference: Postlewaight, G. (2018). Effective transition to school: Integrating philosophy, pedagogy and curriculum. NZ International Research in Early Childhood Education Journal, 21(1), 62 – 75.   Original Research Paper  Abstract Successful transition from […]

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