AJEC Vol. 39 No. 2 June 2014

In this issue:

  • Editorial
    Margaret Sims
  • Interrupting listening to children: Researching with children’s secret places in early childhood settings
    Deborah Moore
  • Children’s perspectives on values and rules in Australian early education
    Charlotte Cobb-Moore, Joanne Lunn-Brownlee, Sue Walker, Gillian Boulton-Lewis, Eva Johansson and Jo Ailwood
  • Kindergarten children’s introduction to sustainability through transformative, experiential nature play
    Chris Haas and Greg Ashman
  • We’re offering true play-based learning: Teacher perspectives on educational dis/continuity in the early years
    Elise Hunkin
  • Social media technologies for collaboration and communication: Perceptions of childcare professionals and families
    Helen Yost and Si Fan
  • Our language is like food: Can children feed on home languages to thrive, belong and achieve in early childhood education and care
    Nola Harvey with Htwe Htwe Myint
  • Child-related factors that influence teacher–child relationships using an Australian national sample
    Teo Shu Lin Cheryl and Susan Walker
  • Utilisation of early childhood education and care services in a nationally representative sample of Australian children: A focus on disadvantage
    Sandie Wong, Linda Harrison, Chrystal Whiteford and Corine Rivalland
  • Reporting of ethics in early childhood journals: A meta-analysis of 10 journals from 2009 to 2012
    Fiona Mayne and Christine Howitt
  • Pedagogical practice of early childhood teachers: Explicit enhancement of students’ literacy
    Rashmi Watson and Helen Wildy
  • It’s bumpy and we understood each other at the end, I hope!’ Unpacking what experiences are valued in the early childhood setting and how this impacts on parent partnerships with culturally and linguistically diverse families
    Fay Hadley
  • Perceived school culture, personality types, and wellbeing among kindergarten teachers in Hong Kong
    Yau-ho Paul Wong and Li-fang Zhang
  • Preschoolers consider the recipient’s merit and role of allocator when distributing resources
    Mun Wong and Terezinha Nunes
  • Maladaptive parenting and child emotional symptoms in the early school years: Findings from the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children
    Brad Farrant

The complete issue of AJEC 1402 is available free online in PDF format.