AJEC – Volume 34 No 2, June 2009

In this issue:

  • Empowering teachers and children in early childhood
  • Teaching with technology: Innovations in the field
  • Stengthening relationships between Indigenous carers and families
  • Australian Early Development Index: Marginalising vulnerable children?
  • and more ...

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AJEC Volume 34 No. 02, June 2009

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AJEC Volume 34 Issue 02

Editorial – June 2009
Learning with technology for pre-service early childhood teachers (Free full-text available)
Bottling the good stuff: Stories of hospitality and yarnin' in a multi-racial kindergarten (Free full-text available)
Early childhood teachers in contexts of power: Empowerment and a voice
Video interactions for teaching and learning (VITAL): Analysing videos online to learn to teach early childhood mathematics
The Australian Early Development Index, who does it measure: Piaget or Vygotsky's child?
Marry the prince or stay with the family—that is the question: A perspective of young Korean immigrant girls on Disney marriages in the United States
Changing schools: How policy implementation can impact on the literacy learning of mobile students

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To reflect its diverse readership and commitment to international early childhood debate,
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