AJEC Vol. 39 No. 3 September 2014

In this issue:

  • Editorial
    Margaret Sims
  • The ‘state of play’ in Australia: Early childhood educators and play-based learning*
    Jennifer Sumsion, Sue Grieshaber, Felicity McArdle and Paul Shield
  • Exploring how adults who work with young children conceptualise sustainability and describe their practice initiatives*
    Allen Hill, Nadine McCrea, Sherridan Emery, Di Nailon, Julie Davis, Janet Dyment and Seyum Getenet
  • Communicating for quality in school age care services
    Jennifer Cartmel and Susan Grieshaber
  • When early childhood and school meet: Exploring potential within early childhood–school relationships*
    Linda Henderson
  • Joining the tots: Visual research tools to connect families and community in early childhood education*
    Judith Duncan and Sarah Te One
  • Exploring educators’ perspectives: How does learning through ‘happiness’ promote quality early childhood education?*
    Kiiko Ikegami and Joseph Seyram Agbenyega
  • Through the eyes of parents: A Singaporean perspective of the importance of cognitive and non-cognitive skills for six-year-old children*
    Margaret Anne Carter, Amie Frewen and Jennifer Chunn
  • Family day care educators’ knowledge, confidence and skills in promoting children’s social and emotional wellbeing: Baseline data from Thrive*
    Elise Davis, Lara Corr, Kay Cook, Linda Harrison, Helen Herrman, Margaret Sims, Andrew Mackinnon, Cathrine Mihalopoulos, Bernie Marshall, Rahila Ummer-Christian, Kim-Michelle Gilson and Elizabeth Waters
  • Talk about a YouTube video in preschool: The mutual production of shared understanding for learning with digital technology*
    Christina Davidson, Susan Danby, Lisa Given and Karen Thorpe
  • Professional conversations: A collaborative approach to support policy implementation, professional learning and practice change in ECEC*
    Susan Irvine and Julie Price
  • Leadership in professional learning communities*
    Kate Thornton and Sue Cherrington
  • Teacher–parent relations and professional strategies: A case study on documentation and talk about documentation in a Swedish preschool*
    Annica Löfdahl
  • Transition to early childhood education: Parents’ use of coping strategies in dealing with children’s adjustment difficulties in Hong Kong*
    Mei Seung Lam
  • Looking forward, looking back: Framing the future for teaching for social justice in early childhood education*
    Karen Hawkins
  • Bicultural babies: Implementing Tiriti-based curriculum with infants and toddlers*
    Chris Jenkin

The complete issue of AJEC 1403 is available free online in PDF format.