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Research with Children – The Meaning of Children’s Experiences and Views. Karen Liang Guo. Published in the NZRECE Journal, Vol, 13, 2010, 101-112. Abstract: Drawing on a qualitative research study this paper explores the aspect of ascribing meanings in research. […]
Teacher-Researcher Partnership and Research Collaborations. By Margaret Turnbull and Helen Dixon. NZ Research in Early Childhood Education journal, Vol. 9, 2006, pp. 91-103 Abstract A collaborative research initiative was established between early childhood centre staff and teacher educators from a […]
Research with Men. By David Mitchell and Philip Chapman. Published in the NZ Research in Early Childhood Education journal, Vol. 4, 2001, pp. 165-175 Abstract This paper challenges the tendency of research to ignore issues related to the study of […]
Contributing to Educational Change as a Teacher-Researcher. By Loraine Corrie. Published in the NZRECE Journal, Vol. 2, 1999. Abstract Recent world wide educational reform has resulted in teachers adapting to different roles and responsibilities. This paper examines a case in Western […]
Getting Ethics Approval. By Chris Jenkin. Published in NZ Research in Early Childhood Education Journal, 2005, pp. 103-111. Abstract I am currently working on my doctorate entitled ‘Enhancing the Bicultural Curriculum in Early Childhood Education’. Part of the process of […]
Focus Group Methodology and its Usefulness in Early Childhood Research. By Claire McLachlan. Published in NZ Research in ECE Journal, 2005, pp. 113-123. Abstract. Focus groups are increasingly being used by researchers as a method of qualitative data gathering in […]