AJEC Vol. 36 No. 1 February 2011

In this issue:

  • The postmodern curriculum: Making space for historically and politically situated understandings
  • The incoherence of curriculum: Questions concerning early childhood teacher educators
  • Technologically constructed childhoods: Moving beyond a reproductive to a productive and critical view of curriculum development
  • Rethinking Sponge Bob and Ninja Turtles: Popular culture as funds of knowledge for curriculum co-construction
  • Technological funds of knowledge in children’s play: Implications for early childhood educators
  • Choices and changes in early childhood education in Australia: A ‘Play School’ perspective
  • The Swedish National Curriculum: Play and learning with fundamental values in focus
  • Environmentalising early childhood education curriculum through pedagogies of play
  • Curriculum guidelines for early literacy: A comparison of New Zealand and England
  • Defining and assessing the school readiness of Indigenous Australian children
  • My favourite book! Young Aboriginal children’s book choices
  • Who wants to work in child care? Pre-service early childhood teachers’ consideration of work in the childcare sector
  • Parent users of high-quality long day care: Informed consumers of child care?

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