Mothers’ perspectives on learning through play in the home
Giving voices and providing skills to families in culturally and linguistically diverse communities through a productive parenting program
Jan Deans, Rachel Liang and Erica Frydenberg
Parents’ satisfaction with kindergarten services in Beijing at a time of systemic expansion
Berenice Nyland, Beibei Pan, Brian Cooper, Chris Nyland and Xiaodong Zeng
Children voice their kindergarten experiences: A cross-cultural exploratory study in Korea and the US
Haesung Im and Elizabeth Blue Swadener
A Strengths Approach to supporting early mathematics learning in family contexts
Angela Fenton, Amy MacDonald and Laura McFarland
The effect of a learner-support intervention on perceptual motor skills of kindergarten learners from deprived environments
Annemarie Loubser, Anita E. Pienaar, Audrey Klopper and Suria Ellis
The shaping of Australian early childhood education and care: What can we learn from a critical juncture?
Helen Logan, Frances Press and Jennifer Sumsion
Recognition of family engagement in young children’s literacy learning
Linda Newman, Leonie Arthur, Kerry Staples and Christine Woodrow
Exploring the nexus between participatory methods and ethics in early childhood research
Anne Graham, Mary Ann Powell and Julia Truscott
‘When you give them a pencil they often say they’re writing’: Preschool teachers’ categorisation of written language work with toddlers
Sara Hvit Lindstrand and Polly Björk Willén
Written numeracy assessment in the early years: The challenges of pronouns and noun groups
Beryl Exley and Rebecca Trimble-Roles
Australasian Journal of Early Childhood—Volume 41 Number 1 March 2016
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