ECA Publication Resources Online

What are the ECA Publication Resources Online?

ECA now offers additional resources to subscribers of  our publications: Research in Practice Series and Everyday Learning Series. Subscribers of both series are entitled to receive accompanying online resources that complement these publications and are relevant for professional development or family engagement purposes respectively.

Are you a valued subscriber of these publications? Access the ECA Publication Resources Online today.

Bonus material for Research in Practice Series subscribers

In addition to each hardcopy issue of the Research in Practice Series, subscribers receive access to an accompanying PowerPoint presentation based on each edition of the series. The presentations are designed to help team leaders share and discuss the content of the book with colleagues across their setting.

Bonus material for Everyday Learning Series subscribers

In addition to each hardcopy issue of the Everyday Learning Series, subscribers receive access to accompanying electronic fact sheets suitable for sharing with families and fellow educators. These fact sheets can be printed out or included in email newsletters.

How do I subscribe to these publications to get access to the bonus resources?

Subscribe to Research in Practice Series

Research in Practice Series

The Research in Practice Series is a practical, easy-to-read resource, offering effective new approaches for the challenging issues that arise in the care and education of young children. These books are an essential resource for early childhood professionals, and contain  research-based information and ideas to connect theory with practice. For practical advice from early childhood experts and practitioners, subscribe to the Research in Practice Series today.

Everyday Learning Series

Aimed at early childhood educators, students of early education and beginning practitioners, the Everyday Learning Series provides suggestions and strategies for creating positive learning environments for young children. The books draw on contemporary research evidence as well as the endless possibilities offered by everyday experiences. The series serves as an invaluable resource for educators, as it focuses attention on the everyday issues relating to children’s learning and development from birth to age eight. Subscribe to the Everyday Learning Series today.

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