2019, NZIRECE Journal, No. 1

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Neoliberalism and Post-Colonialism in Conflict: Hybridisation in Early Childhood in the South Pacific

Margaret Sims. University of New England, Armidale, Australia. Lavinia Tiko. University of South Pacific, Suva, Fiji. Full reference:Sims, M. and Tiko, L. (2019). Neoliberalism and post-colonialism in conflict: Hybridisation in early childhood in the South Pacific. NZ International Research in Early […]

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Factors Influencing the Use of Digital Technology in Early Childhood Education

Robyn Anderson and Hwee Leng Toh-Heng. James Cook University Singapore. Full reference:Anderson, R. and Toh-Heng, H.L. (2019). Factors influencing the use of digital technology in early childhood education. NZ International Research in Early Childhood Education Journal, 22(1), 31-45.  Page 31 Original […]

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Advanced Empathy in the Early Years – A Risky Strength?

Angela Hodgkins. University of Worcester, UK. Full reference: Hodgkins, A. (2019). Advanced empathy in the early years – a risky strength?  NZ International Research in Early Childhood Education Journal, 22(1), pp. 46-58.  Page 46 Original Research Paper Abstract Empathy is […]

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Embedding Parents’ Perspectives in the Discourse for Quality Education and Care in the Early Years

Emma Bailey. Early Years Educator, Worcester, UK. Carla Solvason. University of Worcester, UK. Full reference: Bailey, E. & Solvason, C. (2019). Embedding parents’ perspectives in the discourse for quality education and care in the early years.  NZ International Research in […]

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Supporting Parents to Use Schema Theory to Understand and Manage Challenging Behaviour in the Home

Samuel Proctor and Carla Solvason. University of Worcester, UK. Full reference: Proctor, S. & Solvason, C. (2019). Supporting parents to use schema theory to understand and manage challenging behaviour in the home. NZ International Research in Early Childhood Education Journal, […]

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Should we Consider Rhizomatic Thinking when Educating Young Minds?

Johanna Cliffe. The Learning Institute, UK. Carla Solvason. University of Worcester, UK. Full reference: Cliffe, J.  and Solvason C. (2019). Should we consider rhizomatic thinking when educating young minds?  NZ International Research in Early Childhood Education Journal, 22(1), pp. 86 […]

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