AJEC Vol. 38 No. 4 December 2013

In this issue:

  • Editorial
    Lennie Barblett
  • The use of technology to facilitate music learning experiences in preschool
    Peter de Vries
  • Young children’s emerging understandings of the measurement of mass
    Andrea McDonough, Jill Cheeseman and Sarah Ferguson
  • How drawing can support writing acquisition: Text construction in early writing from a Vygotskian perspective
    Noella Mackenzie and Nikolai Veresov
  • Literacy and technology in the early years of education: Looking to the familiar to inform educator practice
    Karen McLean
  • A fine balance: Understanding the roles educators and children play as intentional teachers and intentional learners within the Early Years Learning Framework
    Nicole Leggett and Margot Ford
  • A trinity of saviours—parent, teacher and child: Human Capital Theory and early childhood education in New Zealand
    Margaret Stuart
  • Equity and quality: Challenges in providing early childhood educational opportunity in China
    Yu Qian
  • Teachers’ ratings of preschool children’s behaviour: Inter-teacher agreement and variation in their agreement
    David Arnold and Jennifer Dobbs-Oates
  • Documenting the transition experiences of children, families and staff through the relocation and integration of two Australian early childhood services
    Laura McFarland-Piazza, Sydnye Allen and Rachael Webb
  • Editorial–Themed Online Edition
    Sandie Wong
  • The Child Care Act 1972: A critical juncture in Australian ECEC and the emergence of ‘quality’
    Helen Logan, Jennifer Sumsion and Frances Press
  • Quality early childhood education for my child or for all children? Parents as activists for equitable, high-quality early childhood education in Australia
    Marianne Fenech
  • The rise of government in early childhood education and care following the Child Care Act 1972: The lasting legacy of the 1990s in setting the reform agenda for ECEC in Australia
    Susan Irvine and Ann Farrell
  • A snapshot of 40 years in early childhood education and care through oral histories
    Maryanne Theobald, Charlotte Cobb-Moore and Susan Irvine
  • ‘Herstories’: Using an historical lens to examine continuities and changes in early childhood teacher education
    Kay Whitehead and Susan Krieg

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