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Huritao: Critical Reflection on Pedagogy through Assessments. Abstract: Te Whāriki, Aotearoa New Zealand’s early childhood education curriculum states assessments need to make learning ‘visible’. This
Preparing Students for the ‘Emotion Work’ of Early Years Practice. Abstract: This article explores the emotional demands made upon the early years practitioner. It is primarily a discussion paper, but it also draws upon empirical evidence from previous, small-scale research […]
Special Educational Needs Co-ordinators Practice in Early Care and Education. Abstract: Special Educational Needs Co-ordinators (SENCos) play a key role in the identification of additional learning needs. Improved progress and potential for children with these needs is linked to early […]
Communities of Learning: Promoting Equity in ECE Policy and Practice. Abstract: Aotearoa New Zealand’s He Taonga te Tamaiti, Every Child a Taonga: Early Learning Action Plan 2019–2029 emphasises the right of every child to a high-quality, inclusive early childhood education. […]
Supporting Teaching Practices to Foster Toddlers’ Emotional Literacy. Abstract: Most teachers of toddlers will be familiar with the challenges toddlers face as they negotiate the social and emotional landscape of an early childhood setting. Toddlers’ emotional literacy skills—including the abilities […]
Teacher Education during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Abstract: The COVID-19 pandemic has had a tremendous impact on the Caribbean’s education systems. Though much has been examined relative to its effect on primary and secondary education, it was also noted that other […]