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Rebecca Andrews

Publications

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2006 Andrews, R., & Wyver, S. (2006). Tendencias autistas: ¿son vías diferentes las que conducen a la ceguera y a los trastornos del espectro autista? Entre Dos Mundos: Revista de Traducción Sobre Discapacidad Visual, 30, 25-32.
2005 Andrews, R. & Wyver, S. (2005). Autistic tendencies: Are there different pathways for blindness and Autism Spectrum Disorders? British Journal of Visual Impairment. 23(2), 52-57.
2005 Andrews, R., & Wyver, S. (Jan, 2005). Does Autism Spectrum Disorder exist as a separate diagnosis in children who are blind? A discussion involving the triad of impairments. South Pacific Educators of Vision Impairment Biennial Conference: Families and educators: Facing challenges. Rydges Melbourne, Victoria.
2005 Wyver, S., Andrews, R. & Malouf, A. (Dec. 2005). Blindness and autism: Issues in diagnosis and assessment. Paper presented at the Psychologists in Developmental Disability Conference, Sydney.
2005 Andrews, R. & Wyver, S. (2005). Autistic tendencies: Are there different pathways for blindness and Autism Spectrum Disorders? British Journal of Visual Impairment. 23(2), 52-57.
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Jennifer Bowes

Books

YearLinkCitation
2012 Bowes, J, Grace, R., & Hodge, K. (Eds.) (2012). Children, families and communities: Contexts and consequences (4th edn.). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
2009 Bowes, J. & Grace, R. (eds) (2009). Children, Families and Communities: Contexts and Consequences (3rd edn.). Melbourne Victoria: Oxford University Press.
2009 Bowes, J., Hodge, K., & Grace, R. (2009). Isolation and inclusion in Australian early childhood settings. In M. Clark and S. A. Tucker (Eds), Changing childhoods in a changing world. Stoke-on-Trent, England: Trentham Books.
2008 Bowes, J. M. & Grace, R. (2008). (Eds.) Children, families and communities: Contexts and consequences, 3rd edn. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
2004 Bowes, J. M. (2004). (Ed.) Children, families and communities: Contexts and consequences, 2nd edn. Melbourne: Oxford University Press
1999 Bowes, J. M., & Hayes, A. (1999). (Eds.) Children, families and communities: Contexts and consequences. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

Book Chapters

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2012 Bowes, J., Grace, R., & Hayes, A. (2012). The role of context in children's development. In J. Bowes, R. Grace and K. Hodge (Eds.), Children, families and communities: Contexts and consequences, 4th edn (pp. 3-16) South Melbourne: Oxford University Press. http://www.oup.com.au/titles/higher_ed/childhood_development/early_childhood_development/9780195576740
2012 Bowes, J., & Warburton, W. (2012). Family as the primary context of children's development. In J. Bowes, R. Grace and K. Hodge (Eds.), Children, families and communities: Contexts and consequences, 4th edn (pp. 95-116) South Melbourne: Oxford University Press
2012 Bowes, J., & Fegan, M. (2012). Isolation in rural, remote and urban communities. In J. Bowes, R. Grace and K. Hodge (Eds.), Children, families and communities: Contexts and consequences, 4th edn (pp. 197-214) South Melbourne: Oxford University Press
2012 Bowes, J., Hayes, A., Cashmore, J., & Hodge, K. (2012). Policy support for children, families and communities. In J. Bowes, R. Grace and K. Hodge (Eds.), Children, families and communities: Contexts and consequences, 4th edn (pp. 289-307) South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
2010 Bowes, J., Hodge, K., & Grace, R. (2010). Isolation and inclusion in Australian early childhood settings. In M. Clark and S. A. Tucker (Eds.), Changing childhoods in a changing world (pp.57-66). Stoke-on-Trent, England: Trentham Books.
2010 Bowes, J., Hodge, K., & Grace, R. (2010). Isolation and inclusion in Australian early childhood settings. In M. Clark and S. A. Tucker (Eds), Changing childhoods in a changing world (pp.57-66). Stoke-on-Trent, England: Trentham Books
2009 Bowes, J., Hayes, A. & Grace, R. (2009). Children, Families and Communities: Looking Forward, in J. Bowes and R. Grace (eds), Children, Families and Communities: Contexts and Consequences (Third edition), Melbourne Victoria: Oxford University Press, pp. 219 - 232
2009 Bowes, J., Grace, R. & Hayes, A. (2009). Contexts and Consequences: Impacts on children, families and communities, in J. Bowes and R. Grace (eds), Children, Families and Communities: Contexts and Consequences (Third edition), Melbourne Victoria: Oxford University Press, pp. 3 - 22
2009 Bowes, J., Watson, J. & Pearson, E. (2009). Families as a context for children. In J. Bowes & R. Grace (Eds.) Children, families and communities: Contexts and consequences (pp. 91-110). Oxford: Melbourne.
2009 Grace, R., Bowes, J., McMaugh, A. & Gibson, F. (2009). Working in integrated child and family services: A case for specialised skills and understanding. Developing Practice (24), 13-21.
2008 Fegan, M., & Bowes, J. M. (2008). Isolation in rural, remote and urban communities. In J. M. Bowes and R. Grace (Eds.), Children, families and communities: Contexts and consequences, 3rd edn (pp. 129-147) Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
2008 Bowes, J. M., Watson, J., & Pearson, E. (2008). Families as a context for children. In J. M. Bowes and R. Grace (Eds.), Children, families and communities: Contexts and consequences, 3rd edn (pp. 91-110) Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
2008 Bowes, J. M., Hayes, A., & Grace, R. (2008). Contexts and consequences: Impacts on children, families and communities. In J. M. Bowes and R. Grace (Eds.), Children, families and communities: Contexts and consequences, 3rd edn (pp. 3-21) Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
2008 Bowes, J. M., Grace, R., & Hayes, A. (2008). Children, families and communities: Looking forward. In J. M. Bowes and R. Grace (Eds.), Children, families and communities: Contexts and consequences, 3rd edn (pp. 219-231) Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
2005 Bowes, J. M. (2005). Emphasizing the family in work-family research: A review of current research and recommendations for future directions. In S. Poelmans (Ed.), International Research on Work and Family. (pp. 415-438). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
2004 Fegan, M., & Bowes, J. M. (2004). Isolation in rural, remote and urban communities. In J. M. Bowes (Ed.), Children, families and communities: Contexts and consequences, 2nd edn (pp. 143-166) Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
2004 Bowes, J. M., & Watson, J. (2004). Families as a context for children. In J. M. Bowes (Ed.), Children, families and communities: Contexts and consequences, 2nd edn (pp. 91-115) Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
2004 Bowes, J. M. & Hayes, A. (2004). Contexts and consequences: Impacts on children, families and communities. In J. M. Bowes (Ed.), Children, families and communities: Contexts and consequences, 2nd edn (pp. 3-25) Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
2004 Bowes, J. M., & Hayes, A. (2004). Children, families and communities: Looking forward. In J. M. Bowes (Ed.), Children, families and communities: Contexts and consequences, 2nd edn (pp. 228-244) Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
1999 Vlismas, W., Bowes, J. M., & Suthers, L. (1999). Development of a music and movement program for first-time mothers of young infants. In M. S. Barrett, G. E. McPherson, & R. Smith (Eds.), Children and music: Developmental perspectives (pp. 317-322). Launceston, Tasmania: Uniprint.
1999 Bowes, J. M. & Hayes, A. (1999). Contexts and consequences: Impacts on children, families and communities. In J. M. Bowes & A. Hayes (Eds.), Children, families and communities: Contexts and consequences (pp.3-23). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
1999 Bowes, J. M., & Watson, J. (1999). Families as a context for children. In J. M. Bowes & A. Hayes (Eds.), Children, families and communities: Contexts and consequences. (pp.76-93). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
1999 Fegan, M., & Bowes, J. M. (1999). Isolation in rural, remote and urban communities. In J. M. Bowes & A. Hayes (Eds.), Children, families and communities: Contexts and consequences (pp.115-132). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
1999 Flanagan, C., Jonnson, B., Botcheva, L., Csapo, B., Bowes, J., Macek, P., Averina, I., & Sheblanova, E. (1999). Adolescents and the 'social contract': Developmental roots of citizenship in seven countries. In M. Yates and J. Youniss (Eds.), International Perspectives on Community Service and Activism in Youth (pp. 135-155). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Journal Articles

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2012 Walsh, R. L., Kemp, C. R., Hodge, K. A., & Bowes, J. M. (2012). Searching for evidence-based practice: A review of the research on educational interventions for intellectually gifted children in the early childhood years. Journal for the Education of the Gifted, 35, 103-128.
2011 Fordham, L., Gibson, F. and Bowes, J. (2011), Information and professional support: key factors in the provision of family-centred early childhood intervention services. Child: Care, Health and Development. On-line early publication doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2214.2011.01324.x
2011 Grace, R., & Bowes, J. (2011). Using an ecocultural theory to explore young children's experiences of prior-to-school settings. Early Child Development and Care, 181 (1), 13-25.
2010 Walsh, R. L., Hodge, K. A., Bowes, J. M., & Kemp, C. R. (2010) Same age, different page: Overcoming the barriers to catering for young gifted children in prior-to-school settings.  International Journal of Early Childhood, 42 (1), 43-58.
2009 Chan, S.M., Bowes, J. & Wyver, S. (2009). Emotion socialization: Beliefs, goals and practices of Chinese mothers. Early Education and Development, 20(4), 631-656.
2009 Chan, S.M., Bowes, J., & Wyver, S. (2009). Chinese parenting in Hong Kong: Links among goals, beliefs and styles. Early Child Development and Care, 179(7), 849-862.
2006 Diamond, A., Bowes, J., & Robertson, G. (2006). Mothers' safety intervention strategies with toddlers and their relationship to child characteristics. Early Childhood Development and Care, 176 (3&4), 271-284.
2006 Bowes, J., Fleet, A., Maloney, C., & Stamopoulous, E. (2006). Quality assurance of teacher education programs through benchmarking. Australian Journal of Early Childhood, 13 (2), 141-150.
2004 Bowes, J. M., Chen, M-J., Li, Q. S., & Li, Y. (2004). Reasoning and negotiation about child responsibility in urban Chinese families: Reports from mothers, fathers and children. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 28 (1), 48-58.
2004 Bowes, J. M. (2004). From theory to practice: Issues arising for a novice home visitor. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 10 (1), 83-91.
2004 Bowes, J. M., Harrison, l., Ungerer, J, Wise, S., Sanson, A., & Watson, J. (2004). Child Care Choices: A longitudinal study of children, families and child care in partnership with policy makers. The Australian Educational Researcher, 31 (3), 69-86.
2003 Bowes, J. M., Wise, S., Harrison, L., Sanson, A., Ungerer, J., Watson, J., & Simpson, T. (2003). Continuity of care in the early years? Multiple and changeable child care arrangements in Australia. Family Matters 64, 30-35.
2002 White, M., Bowes, J., Cusack, L., & Smith, S. (2002). Learning from the past: An account of an oral history project for students in an early childhood teacher education program. Teaching Education, 13(1), 55-67.
2001 Bowes, J. M., Flanagan, C. A., & Taylor, A. J. (2001) Adolescents' ideas about individual and social responsibility in relation to children's household work: Some international comparisons. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 25, 60-68.
1999 Vlismas, W., & Bowes, J. M. (1999). First-time mothers' use of music and movement with their young infants: The impact of a teaching program. Early Child Development and Care, 159, 34-51.
1999 Bowes, J. M., Chen, M-J., Li, Q. S., & Li, Y. (1999). Asking children to help: Culturally acceptable justifications. Journal for Australian Research in Early Childhood, 1, 9-1.

Research Reports

Year Citation
2012 Bowes, J., Gibson, F., McMaugh, A., & Grace, R. Exploring the Efficacy of an Integrated Child and Family Service Model: Final Report. Report to UnitingCare, Burnside, Sydney: Institute of Early Childhood, Macquarie University, 79 pages.
2011 Grace, R., Gibson, F., McMaugh, A., & Bowes, J. (2011). Exploring the Efficacy of an Integrated Child and Family Service Model: Phase 2. Report to UnitingCare, Burnside, 111 pages.
2011 Bowes, J., Kitson, R., Simpson, T., Reid, J., Smith, M., Downey, B., & Pearce, S. (2011). Child Care Choices of Indigenous Families. Report to the NSW Department of Human Services, 234 pages.
2010 Grace, R., & Bowes, J. (2010). Barriers to Participation: The Experiences of Disadvantaged Young Children, their Families and Professionals in Engaging with Early Childhood Services. Report to the NSW Department of Human Services, 146 pages.
2010 Grace, R., Gibson, F., McMaugh, A., & Bowes, J. (2010). Exploring the Efficacy of an Integrated Child and Family Service Model: Parent and Worker Perceptions and Expectations,and child developmental outcomes. Report to UnitingCare, Burnside, 113 pages.
2009 Bowes, J., Harrison, L., Sweller, N., Taylor, A., & Neilsen-Hewett, C. (June, 2009). From Child Care to School: Influences on Children's Adjustment and Achievement in the Year before School and the First Year of School: Findings from the Child Care Choices Longitudinal Extension Study. Research Report to the NSW Department of Community Services.
2009 Bowes, J., Grace, R., McMaugh, A., Gibson. F. Degotardi, S., (2009) Exploring the Efficacy of an Integrated Child and Family Service Model: UnitingCare Child and Family Network - St Marys. Phase 1 Preliminary findings on parent and worker perceptions and expectations, and child developmental outcomes. Report to UnitingCare Burnside, Sydney.34 pages.
2009 Bowes, J., Harrison, L., Taylor, A., Sweller, N., & Neilsen-Hewett, C. (2009). From Child Care To School: Influences On Children's Adjustment And Achievement In The Year Before School And The First Year Of School. Findings from the Child Care Choices Longitudinal Extension Study. Report to the NSW Department of Community Services, 143 pages.

Other public output

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2010 Neilsen-Hewett, C., Harrison, L., Taylor, A., Sweller, N. & Bowes, J. (2010). Parents' views on their use of multiple and changeable care - Using computer-assisted telephone interview (CATI) in the Child Care Choices (CCC) study. Proceedings of the Australian Association for Research in Education 2010 International Education Research Conference.
2009 Bowes, J., Harrison, L., Sweller, N., Taylor, A., & Neilsen-Hewett, C.(2009, July). Child care influences on children's adjustment and achievement in the first year of school.  Paper presented at the Australian Social Policy Conference, Sydney.
2008 Bowes, J. (2008). Grandparents' involvement in regular part-time care of their young grandchildren. Proceedings of the Grandparenting Forum NSW, Sydney, 8-9 April 2008.
2007 Bowes, J. (2007). Families and children in Australia. In R.S. New and M. Cochran (Eds), Early Childhood Education: An International Encyclopedia (pp. 879-883), Vol. 4, Westport, CT: Praeger.
2004 Ungerer, J., Harrison, L., Bowes, J., Wise, S., Sanson, A., & Simpson, T. (2004, October). The impact of multiple care on parent-child and carer-child relationships. The Abstracts of the 39th Conference of the Australian Psychological Association, Australian Journal of Psychology, 56 Supplement, p. 231
2004 Bowes, J., Ungerer, J., Wise, S., Sanson, A., Harrison, L., & Simpson, T. (2004, October). Multiple care, parental stress and family management of childcare arrangements. The Abstracts of the 39th Conference of the Australian Psychological Association, Australian Journal of Psychology, 56 Supplement, p. 162.
2004 Cohen, J., Bowes, J., Ungerer, J., Harrison, L., Simpson, T., Sanson, A., & Wise, S., (2004). Introduction to the child care choices study. The Abstracts of the 39th Conference of the Australian Psychological Association, Australian Journal of Psychology, 56 Supplement, p. 170.
2004 Wise, S., Sanson, A., Bowes, J., Ungerer, J., Wise, S., Sanson, A., Harrison, L., & Simpson, T. (2004, October). The influence of multiple childcare arrangements on children's communication skills and behavioural adjustment. The Abstracts of the 39th Conference of the Australian Psychological Association, Australian Journal of Psychology, 56 Supplement, p. 235.
2002 Bowes, J., Sanson, A., Wise, S., Ungerer, J., Harrison, L., Watson, J., & Simpson, T. (2002). Multiple childcare arrangements in the early years: Implications for children, families and child care professionals. Talking Early Childhood, 4, 2-5. (Conference proceedings published in a special edition of the journal)
1999 Bowes, J. M., & Flanagan, C. A. (1999). Sympathy, empathy and altruism and the development of civic commitment in adolescents from seven countries. The Abstracts of the 11th Australasian Human Development Conference. Australian Journal of Psychology Supplement, p. 81.

 


Jenni Burgess

Publications

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2010 find.galegroup

Burgess, J., Robertson, G. & Patterson, C. (2010). Curriculum Implementation: Decisions of early childhood teachers. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 35(3), 51-59.

2010

Burgess, J. (2010). Facilitating inclusion as a pathway for professional development. Insights on Learning Disabilities: From Prevailing Theories to validated Practices, 7(2), 77-86. 

2009

Burgess, J & Fleet, A. (2009) Frameworks for change: Four recurrent themes for quality in early childhood curriculum initiatives. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education. 37 (1) pp45 -61.

2009 Burgess, J., & Fleet, A. (2009). Frameworks for change: Four recurrent themes for quality in early childhood curriculum initiatives. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education 37 (1), 45-61.
2008 Burgess, J. (2008 November). Invited Speaker. Play for all Children: An overview of inclusion in early childhood settings. Burnside Children's Services State Conference, Newcastle.
2008 Burgess, J. (2008, October). An invitation to change: The power of the Service Support Plan. Paper Presented at the Early Childhood Intervention Australia (ECIA) 8th Biennial National Conference, Sydney.
2007 Burgess, J. (2007 Jan) The engagement of early childhood teachers in the progress of change. Paper presented at the Australian Research in Early Childhood Education International Conference, Melbourne.
2007 Burgess, J. (2007 June). The engagement of teachers with professional development packages. Paper presented at the AARE 2007 Focus Conference on Education, Innovation and research: Strategies for capacity building, Canberra.
2006 Burgess, J. (2006). The engagement of early childhood teachers in the process of change. Peer Reviewed Paper presented at the Australian Research in Early Childhood Education International Conference, Melbourne, January, 2006.
2006 Burgess, J. (2006). The Human Body. In Yarham, C., Pope J. & Burgess, J. (Eds).Schools Total Health Program: Lifeskills Resource Manual.(pp. 9-38.).Chennai: Vikas Publishing House.
2006 Yarham, C., Pope, J., Beevers, R., Burgess, J., Currie, J., Grant, G., et al. (2006). Schools total health program: Life skills resource manual. Chennai, India: Health Education and Promotion International.
2005 Burgess, J. (2005). Professional Development as a Priority: Views of Early Childhood Teachers. Peer Reviewed Poster Presentation European Early Childhood Education Research Association Conference, Dublin, September, 2005.
2004 Yarham, C., Willetts, J. & Burgess,J. (Eds). (2004). Schools total health program: Health lifeskills and social development syllabus for Standards 1 to 12. Chennai: Vikas Publishing House.
2003 Burgess, J. (2003). Change in Early Childhood. Paper presented at the Australian Centre for Educational Studies Post-graduate Research Conference, Macquarie University, Sydney, October, 2003.
2003 Duque, F., Burgess, J., & McGuire, E. (2003). Failure to Thrive and the Breastfed Infant, Topics in Breastfeeding. July. Melbourne: Australian Breastfeeding Association.

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Sandra Cheeseman

Publications

YearLinkCitation
2014 Cheeseman, S. Press, F., & Sumsion, S. (2014). An encounter with 'sayings' of curriculum. Levinas and the formalisation of infants' learning. Educational Philosophy and Theory. Published online, DOI: 10.1080/00131857.2014.940825
2014 Cheeseman, S. Sumsion, J & Press, F. (2014) Infants of the knowledge economy; The ambition of the Australia Government's Early Years Learning Framework. Pedagogy, Culture and Society, (22) 3, 405-424. DOI:10.1080/14681366.2014.914967
2012 Waniganayake, M., Cheeseman, S., Fenech, M., Hadley, F., & Shepherd, W. (2012). Leadership. Contexts and complexities in early childhood education. South Melbourne: Oxford University Press . (Highly Commended in the 20th Australian Educational Publishing Awards 2013)
2009 Sumsion, J., Barnes, S., Cheeseman, S., Harrison, L., Kennedy, A. & Stonehouse, A. (2009). Insider perspectives on developing belonging, being and becoming: The early years learning framework for Australia. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, (34)4, 4-13.
2009 Cheeseman,S. & Torr, J. (2009).From ideology to productivity: Reforming early childhood education and care in Australia.  International Journal of Child Care and Education Policy.  3(1), 61-74.
2008 Waniganayake, M., Harrison, L., Cheeseman, S., De Gioia, K., Burgess, C. & Press, F. (2008). Practice potentials: Impact of participation in professional support activities on quality outcomes in early childhood. Sydney: ACCESS Macquarie.
2007 Cheeseman, S. (2007). Pedagogical silences in Australian early childhood social policy. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood,8(3), 244-254.
2007 Cheeseman, S. (2007). Pedagogical silences in Australian early childhood social policy. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood,8(3), 244-254.
2006 Cheeseman, S., & Robertson, J. (2006). Unsure: Private conversations publicly recorded. In A. Fleet, C. Patterson & J. Robertson (Eds.), Insights: Behind early childhood pedagogical documentation (pp.191-204). Sydney: Pademelon Press.

Kathy Cologon

Books and Book Chapters

YearLinkCitation
Book  
2014 Cologon, K. (Ed), (2014). Inclusive education in the early years: Right from the start. Oxford University Press.
   
Chapters  
in press Cologon, K., Niland, A., Salvador, A., Mackenzie, M., & Artinian, V. (in press). Embracing diversity: Early childhood education and children who experience disability. In M. Guigni (Ed) The anti-bias approach in early childhood 3rd edition. Pademelon Press.
in press Cologon, K., & Hayden, J. (in press). Children in fragile contexts: An international perspective on children in disaster and emergency contexts. In R. Grace, K. Hodge & C. McMahon (Eds) Children, families and communities, 5th edition. Oxford University Press
2015 Cologon, K., & D'Alessio, S. (2015). Dall'ideologia alla pratica scolastica: Facilitatori per losviluppo dell'educazione inclusiva nei contesti scolastici italiani. In R. Vianello and S. Di Nuovo, Quale scuola inclusiva in Italia? (pp. 189-208). Erickson: Trento, Italy
2014 Cologon, K., & McNaught, M. (2014). Early intervention for literacy learning. In L. Arthur, J. Ashton, & B. Beecher (Eds.) Diverse literacies and social justice: Implications for practice (pp. 146-165). Melbourne: Australian Council for Educational Research.
2012 Cologon, K., & Hayden, J.  (2012). Children in emergencies. In J. Bowes, R. Grace and K. Hodge (Eds.), Children Families and Communities, 4th Edition (pp. 271-288). Oxford University Press.
2012 Cologon, K. (2012). Image, access and opportunity: Children with Down syndrome as readers. In S. Wyver & P. Whiteman (Eds.), Children and childhoods 2: Images of childhood (pp. 27-42). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Journal Articles

YearLinkCitation
2016 Cologon, K. (2016). "What is disability? It depends whose shoes you are wearing": Parent understandings of the concept of disability. Disability Studies Quarterly, 36 (1). doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.18061/dsq.v36i1.4448
in press Mackenzie, M., Cologon, K., & Fenech, M. (in press, accepted September 2015). "Embracing everybody": Approaching the inclusive early childhood education of a child labelled with Autism from a social relational understanding of disability. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood.
in press Cologon, K., Wicks, L., & Salvador, A. (in press, accepted April 2016). Supporting caregivers in developing responsive communication partnerships with their children: Extending a caregiver-led interactive language program. Child Language Teaching and Therapy.
2014 Cologon, K. (2014). Preventing inclusion? Inclusive early childhood education and the option to exclude. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 15(4), 378-381.
2014 Campbell, S., Torr, J., & Cologon, K. (2014). Pre-packaging preschool literacy: What drives early childhood teachers to use commercially produced phonics programs in prior to school settings. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 15(1), 40-53
2013 Cologon, K. (i2013). Recognising our shared humanity: human rights and inclusive education in Italy and Australia. Italian Journal of Disability Studies, 2(1). http://www.edizionianicia.it/docs/Rivista_Vol1_N1.pdf#page=151
2013 Cologon, K. (2013). Growing up with 'difference': Inclusive education and the portrayal of characters who experience disability in children's literature. Write4Children: The International Journal for the Practice and Theories of Writing for Children and Children's Literature, 4(2), 100-120.  http://www.winchester.acuk/academicdepartments/EnglishCreativeWritingandAmericanStudies/Documents/w4cJune2013Diversity.pdf
2013 Cologon, K. (2013). Debunking myths: Reading development in children with Down syndrome. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 38(3), 130-151. http://ro.ecu.edu.au/ajte/vol38/iss3/9/
2012 Cologon, K. (2012). Confidence in their own ability: Postgraduate early childhood students examining their attitudes towards inclusive education. International Journal on Inclusive Education, 16(11), 1155-1173. doi: 10.1080/13603116.2010.548106
2012 Campbell, S., Torr, J., & Cologon, K. (2012). Ants, apples and the ABCs: The use of commercial phonics programs in prior to school children's services. Journal of Early Childhood Literacy, 12(4), 367-388. doi: 10.1177/146879841141737.
2012 Lopez, Y., Hayden, J., Cologon, K., & Hadley, F. (2012). Child participation and disaster risk reduction. International Journal of Early Years Education, 20(3), 300-308.
2011 Cologon, K., Cupples, L., & Wyver, S. (2011). Effects of targeted reading instruction on phonological awareness and phonic decoding in children with Down syndrome. American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 116, 111-129. doi: 10.1352/1944-7558-116.2.111.
2011 Cologon, K. (2011). Education of students with an intellectual disability: Research and practice. Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability, 36(3), 214-215. doi: 10.3109/17477166.2011.596272
2010 Cologon, K. (2010). Inclusion is really what teaching is. ARNEC Connections, 3, 45-48
2009 Pearson, E. & Cologon, K. (2009). Advancing Inclusive Approaches in Service Support: How can we provide responsive support to people with disability from CALD backgrounds? Development Bulletin, 73, 83-87.
2003 Cologon, K. (2003). Children in Detention. Journal of Australian Research in Early Childhood Education, 10(1), 23-29.

Other public output

YearLinkCitation
2013 Cologon, K. (2013). The potential of inclusive early childhood care and education. Early Scope. http://www.ecceportal.in/index.php/activities/discussion-forum-blog/item/34-the-potential-of-inclusive-early-childhood-care-and-education
2011 Cologon, K. (2011) Inclusive ECCD for all: Valuing and respecting the unique needs of every child. Series editors C. Raghavan, K. Cologon, J. Miyahara, K. Kongrukgreatiyos 'Working together for early childhood' Asia Pacific Regional Network on Early Childhood.
2011 Hayden, J., & Cologon, K. (2011). Disaster Risk Reduction and Young Children: Assessing needs at the community level. A Guidebook for the Asia-Pacific Region. ARNEC/UNICEF: Singapore.
2011 Cologon, K., & Hayden, J. (2011). Young children in emergencies. ARNEC Policy Brief No 2. ARNEC: Singapore.
2010 Hayden, J., Dunn, R., & Cologon, K. (2010). ECD and emergencies: An annotated bibliography. INEE: Geneva.
2007AbstractCologon, K., Cupples, L., & Wyver, S. (2007). The development of phonological awareness, phonic decoding skills and reading comprehension ability in children who have Down syndrome: Results from an intervention study. Australian Journal of Psychology, Combined Abstracts of 2007 Australian Conferences Supplement, 59(1), 160.
2006 Cologon, K. (2006). Report from the 4th International Conference on Developmental Issues in Down syndrome - University of Portsmouth, UK. Early Links, 11(1), 22-25.
2005 Cologon, K., Cupples, L., & Wyver, S. (2005). Phonological awareness and 'silent reading': The benefits of intervention and early intervention in reading for children who have Down syndrome. 4th International Conference of Developmental Issues in Down syndrome University of Portsmouth, UK, 15-18 September, 2005.

 


Belinda Davis

Journal Articles

YearLinkCitation
2008 Degotardi, S., & Davis, B. (2008). Understanding infants: Characteristics of early childhood practitioners' interpretations of infants and their behaviours. Early Years: An International Journal of Research and Development, 28(3), 221-234.

Other output

YearLinkCitation
2012 Davis, B. (2012). "Competing discourses in infant teachers' talk about pedagogy: Negotiating power relations" International Conference Presentation EECERA, Portugal.
2012 Davis, B. & Degotardi, S. (2012). "What does intentional teaching mean for infant-toddler educators?" Conference Presentation at the 2012 Children and Childhood Symposium, Macquarie University.
2011 Davis, B. (2011). Invited reviewer for a special issue of The First Years Ngā Tau Tuatahi: New Zealand Journal of Infant and Toddler Education on New Zealand and Australian research on infant-toddler education.
2010 Davis, B. (2010). 'Early childhood educator's beliefs and provisions for, infant peer relationships in early childhood settings.' Poster presented at the Children and Childhoods Symposium, Macquarie University, September, North Ryde.
2010 Torr, J., Davis, B. & Liu. L. (2010). Crèche care and bilingual language and literacy development for children of newly arrived parents attending English language programs. Research Report to Gowrie NSW and NSW Adult Migrant English Service, NSW Department of Education and Training
2010 Pearon, E., & Davis, B. 2010). Consultants for UNICEF. We worked with Fiji National University and the University of the South Pacific to present a progress review for the Forum Education Ministers' Meeting on early childhood education and care in the Pacific region.

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Sheila Degotardi

Scholarly Books and Chapters

YearLinkCitation
2014 Degotardi, S., & Pearson, E. (2014) The relationship worlds of infants and toddler: Multiple perspectives from early years research and practice. Maidenhead, UK: Open University Press.
2014 
Degotardi, S. (2014). Mind mindedness: Forms, features and implications for infant-toddler pedagogy. In S. Robson and S. Flannery Quinn, (eds.). Routledge international handbook of young children's thinking. Londin: Routledge.
2014 Degotardi, S. (2014). Expressing, interpreting and exchanging perspectives during infant-toddler social interactions: The significance of acting with others in mind. In L. Harrison and J. Sumsion (eds.), Lived Spaces of infant-toddler education and care: Exploring diverse perspectives on theory, research, practice and policy. New York, NY: Springer
2013 Degotardi, S. (2013). Actions, words and interpretations: Conceptualising the nature of agency support during educator-infant play. In O.F., Lillemyr, S. Dockett, and B. Perry, (Eds.), Varied Perspectives of play and learning: Theory and research on early years' education. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
2012 Degotardi, S., Semann, A., & Shepherd, W. (2012). Using practitioner inquiry to promote reflexivity and change in infant-toddler early childhood programs. In P. Whiteman and K De Gioia (eds). Children and Childhoods: Perspectives, places and practices (pp. 36-57). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.  
2011 Degotardi, S. (2011). Two Steps Back: Exploring observer identity and presence while observing infants in the nursery. In E. Johansson & E. J. White (eds.), Educational research with our youngest: Voices of infants and toddlers (pp 15-38). New York, NY: Springer.
2005 Degotardi, S (2005). Exploring children's play: Development and contexts. In A. Talay-Ongan and E.A. Ap (Eds.) Child development and teaching young children. Sydney, Thomson.   
2010 Degotardi, S. & Pearson, E. (2010). 'Knowing me, knowing you: The relationship dynamics of infant play', In M. Ebbeck & M. Waniganayake (Eds.) Play in early childhood education: Learning in diverse contexts (pp.46-66). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
2003 Degotardi, S. (2003). Getting to know what they're doing: Observing children's use of their understanding of mind during social interactions. In C. Tan-Niam (Ed.), Intersubjectivity, theory of mind, and social competence in children's interactions (pp. 46-60). Singapore: Integrated Press.
2003 Tan-Niam, C. & Degotardi, S. (2003). Implications and conclusion. In C. Tan-Niam (Ed.), Intersubjectivity, theory of mind, and social competence in children's interactions (pp. 61-63). Singapore: Integrated Press.

Journal Articles

YearLinkCitation
Online 

Davis, B., & Degotardi, S. (online first, 2015). Who cares? Infant educators' responses to professional discourses of care. Early Child Development and Care. Doi: 10.1080/03004430.2015.1028385

In press

 

Hoyte, F., Torr, J, & Degotardi, S. (in press, accepted 4th January, 2015). What's it all about: topic choices in young children's play. International Journal of Play.

Online

 

Hoyte, F., Torr, J. & Degotardi, S (online first). Creating pretence and sharing friendship: Modal expressions in children's play. International Journal of Early Years Education, doi: 10.1080/09669760.2014.992867.

2015

 

Davis, B. & Degotardi, S.  (2015). Educator's understandings of, and support for, infant peer relationships in early childhood settings. Journal of Early Childhood Research, 13 (1), 64-78. Doi: 10.1177/1476718X1453860 (Google scholar - 2)

2014

 

Hoyte, F., Torr, J., & Degotardi, S. (2014). The language of friendship: Genre in the conversations of preschool children. Journal of Early Childhood Research, 12, 20-34, doi: 10.1177/1476718X13492941

2013 Lan, Y-C., Torr, J., & Degotardi, S. (2013). Taiwanese Mothers as Their Child's First English Teacher: Issues and Challenges. Asia - Pacific Journal of Research in Early Childhood, 7(3), 1-18
2013 Degotardi, S., Sweller, N., & Peason, E. (2013). Why relationships matter: parent and early childhood teacher perspectives about the provisions afforded by young children's relationships. International Journal of Early Years Education, 21(1), 4-12
2012 Hoyte, F., Torr, J., & Degotardi, S. (2014). The language of friendship: Genre in the conversations of preschool children. Journal of Early Childhood Research, 12, 20-34: doi:10.1177/1476718X13492941  
2012 Degotardi, S., & Sweller, N. (2012). Mind-mindedness in the nursery: Associations with early childhood practitioner sensitivity and stimulation. Early Childhood Research Quarterly. 10.1016/j.ecresq.2011.09.002
2012 Lan, Y-C., Torr, J., & Degotardi, S. (2012). Taiwanese mothers' motivations for teaching English to their young children at home. Child Studies in Diverse Contexts, 2, doi:10.5723/csdc.2012.2.2.133
2011 Degotardi, S. (2011). From greetings to meetings: How infant peers welcome and accommodate a newcomer into their classroom. The First Years Tga Tua Tuatahi: New Zealand Journal of Infant and Toddler Education,13(2), 29-33
2011 Lan, Y-C., Torr, J., & Degotardi, S. (2011). Learning English as a Foreign Language at Home: The Practices of Taiwanese Mothers and Their Preschoolers. Journal of Modern Education Review, 1 (1), 10-21.
2011 Lan, Y-C., Degotardi, S., & Torr, J. (2011). Factors related to the home teaching of English language to preschool aged children. Asia Pacific Journal of Research in Early Childhood Education, 5(2), 27-48.
2010 Degotardi, S. (2010). High quality interactions with infants: Relationships with early childhood practitioners' interpretations and qualification levels in play and routine contexts. International Journal of Early Years Education, 18 (1), 27-41.   
2009 Pearson, E., & Degotardi, S. (2009). Education for sustainable development in early childhood education: A global solution to local concerns? International Journal of Early Childhood, 41(2), 97-111.   
2008 Degotardi, S. (2008). Looking out and looking in: Reflecting on conducting observational research in a child-care nursery. The First Years Tga Tua Tuatahi: New Zealand Journal of Infant and Toddler Education, 10(2),15-19.
2009 Degotardi, S. & Pearson, E. (2009). Relationship theory in the nursery: Attachment and beyond. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 10(2), 144-155.    
2008 Degotardi, S. (2008). Looking out and looking in: Reflecting on conducting observational research in a child-care nursery. The First Years Tga Tua Tuatahi: New Zealand Journal of Infant and Toddler Education, 10(2), 15-19.   
2008 Degotardi, S., & Davis, B. (2008). Understanding infants: Characteristics of early childhood practitioners' interpretations of infants and their behaviours. Early Years: An International Journal of Research and Development, 28(3), 221-234.
2008 Degotardi, S., Torr., & Cross, T. (2008). He's got a mind of his own: A framework for determining mothers' beliefs about their infants' minds. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 23(2), 259-271.
2007 Degotardi, S. & Torr, J. (2007). A longitudinal investigation of mothers' mind-related to talk to their 12 to 24-month-old infants. Early Child Development and Care, 177(6-7), 767-780.
1999 Dockett, S., Szarkowicz, D., Petrovski, P., Degotardi, S., & Rovers, F. (1999). "I annoy him and he hits me": Interactions of popular, neutral and unpopular children. Journal of Australian Research in Early Childhood Education, 1, 59-71.
1999 Degotardi S, Cross A. (1999); Children's expression of their understanding of mental states: More than speaking their mind in Australian Research in Early Childhood Education, Vol. 1, pp.46-59, Australian Early Childhood Research Association, Canberra, A
1997 Dockett, S. & Degotardi, S. (1997). Some implications of popularity at age four. Journal of Australian Research in Early Childhood, 1, 21-30.

Other public output

YearLinkCitation
2011 Degotardi, S. (2011). Guest Editorial: Perspectives and participation in infant-toddler research. The First Years Tga Tua Tuatahi: New Zealand Journal of Infant and Toddler Education, 13(2), 3-4
2011 Degotardi, S (2011). Commentary to Cecilia Walletedt, Niclas Pramling and Ingrid Pramling Samuelsson: Embodied voice and voicing embodied knowing. In E. Johansson & E. J. White (eds.), Educational research with our youngest: Voices of infants and toddlers (pp 103-106). New York, NY: Springer.
2010 Semann, A., Waniganayake, M., Degotardi, S et al. (2010). Capturing community voices: a community consultation to inform the development of the second municipal early years plan for the city of Melbourne. Report commissioned by the City of Melbourne Council.
2009 Hadley, F., De Gioia, K., Degotardi, S., Cheeseman, S., & Highfield, K. (2009). Action research for pedagogical change. Educational Research @ Macquarie, 19-20.
2009 Degotardi, S. (2009).  Mind-mindedness: An interpretive approach to infant education. Every Child, 15(1), 32.
2006 Degotardi, S (2006). Book Review: Infants' sense of people: Precursors to a theory of mind. Educational Psychology, 26(6), 853-854.  

 


Fay Hadley

Books

Year

Citation

2012Waniganayake, M., Cheeseman, S., Fenech, M., Hadley, F., & Shepherd, W. (2012). Leadership. Contexts and complexities in early childhood education. Melbourne, Oxford University Press.

 

Book Chapters

Year

Citation

2012Hadley, F. (2012).  Rethinking pedagogical practices. How can teachers in early childhood settings be supported professionally to examine their practices? In P. Whiteman & K. De Gioia (Eds.), Children and Childhoods 1: Perspectives, places and practices (pp. 16-35). Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

 

Refereed Journal Articles

Year

Citation

2015Hadley, F., Waniganayake, M., & Shepherd, W. (2015). Contemporary practice in professional learning and development of early childhood educators in Australia: reflections on what works and why, Professional Development in Education, 41(2), 187-202, DOI: 10.1080/19415257.2014.986818
2015Hadley, F. & Andrews, R. (2015). "Because uni is totally different than what you do at TAFE": protective strategies and provisions for diploma students traversing their first professional experience placement at university". Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 43(3), p 262-276. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1359866X.2014.934199
2014Hadley, F. (2014). 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. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 39(2), 91-99.
2012Hadley, F. (2012). Early childhood staff and families perceptions. A diversity of views about what are important experiences for 3-5 year old children in early childhood settings. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood. 3(1), pp. 38-50. http://www.wwwords.co.uk/ciec/content/pdfs/13/issue13_1.asp.
2012Mevwalla, Z., & Hadley, F. (2012). The advocacy of educators.  Australasian Journal of Early Childhood. 37(1), pp. 74-80.
2012Lopez, Y., Hayden, J., Cologon, K. & Hadley, F. (2012).  Child participation and disaster risk reduction.  International Journal of Early Years Education. 20(3), 300-308. doi: 10.1080/09669760.2012.720190
2005Hayden, J., De Gioia, K., & Hadley, F. (2005). ECD and health promoting. Building on capacity. International Journal of Early Childhood, 37(2), pp. 67-76

 

Refereed Conference Papers

Year

Citation

2012Hadley, F., & Andrews, R. (2012). Investigating a theory of practice: Diploma students traversing their first professional experience placement at university. Preliminary findings. In J. Wright, (Ed.). Proceedings of the Australian Association for Research in Education Conference, Sydney, University of Sydney. http://www.aare.edu.au/publications-database.php/6602/investigating-a-theory-of-practice-diploma-students-traversing-their-first-professional-experience-p
2011

Hadley, F., De Gioia, K., Highfield, K., & Bittner, K. (2011). Traversing the cultural and pedagogical divide: Understanding complexities for international students completing school based professional experience. In S. Howard (Ed.). Proceedings of the AARE International Education Research Conference. AARE.

http://www.aare.edu.au/publications-database.php/6166/traversing-the-cultural-and-pedagogical-divide

2010De Gioia, K., & Hadley, F. (2010). Exploring the role of Police Officers in early childhood settings: Creating a meaningful connection with the community.  Making a difference. Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE) conference 2010, Melbourne: Australia.  http://www.aare.edu.au/publications-database.php/6022/exploring-the-role-of-police-officers-in-early-childhood-services-creating-a-meaningful-connection-w

 

Other publications

Year

Citation

2015Peel, R., & Hadley, F. (2015). Why is the outdoor environment in our school as important as the indoor classrooms? Every Child Magazine, 21(3), pp. 6-7.
2013De Gioia, K., & Hadley, F. (2013). Partnerships. Rattler, 107 (Spring), pp.25-28.
2013Hadley, F. (2013). Lessons learnt-the Early Years Learning Framework, early childhood teachers' professional learning and the leader's role. Every Child Magazine, 19(2), p. 20-21.
2013Hayden, J., & Hadley, F. (2013). Vanuatu baseline survey. Final report for Save the Children and Ministry of Education, Vanuatu. Macquarie University, Sydney: Australia.
2013Hayden. J and Hadley, F.  (2013). Findings from the Vanuatu ECD Research Project: Capacity and Needs, Port Vila, Vanuatu  (May)
2011Hadley, F., & De Gioia, K. (2011). Come together! Rattler, 99 (Spring), pp.18-23.
2010De Gioia, K. & Hadley, F. (2010). Police officers in early childhood: Rethinking one aspect of community connections. Every Child Magazine, 16(4), p. 25.
2010Hadley, F. & Clarke, D. (2010). Out of the box. Rattler, Autumn, pp. 10-13.
2010Hadley, F. (2010). How do early childhood settings encourage families to belong? Every Child Magazine, 16 (1), pp.10-11.
2009Hadley, F. (2010). UTS Inc programming and planning project, 2009. Final report. Macquarie University, Sydney: Australia.
2008Hadley, F., & De Gioia, K. (2008).  Facilitating a sense of belonging for families from diverse backgrounds in early childhood settings. Early Childhood Matters, (111), 41-46.
2007Hadley, F. (2007). Building connections for diversity. Reflections, Spring.
2007Hadley, F. (2007). Building connections. A handbook that supports early childhood professionals to develop relationships with culturally and linguistically diverse families and connect with appropriate support agencies. Lady Gowrie Child Centre (Sydney, NSW): Sydney.
2007Hadley, F. (2007). Families First Northern Sydney Children's Services Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Project Final Report. Lady Gowrie Child Care Centre, Sydney: Australia.
2006Hayden, J., & Hadley, F. (2006). Social capital, participatory management and community development: Sustaining a community organisation in Blacktown. University of Western Sydney & Healthy Childhood Research Group, Sydney: Australia.
2004De Gioia, K, Hayden, J. & Hadley, F. (2004). "Well, Aboriginal services would be alright..." Enhancing participation by Aboriginal families in early childhood services: A case study. Sydney: Government of New South Wales, Australia.
2004Hayden, J., De Gioia, K., & Hadley, F. (2004). A sense of belonging. A handbook for enhancing partnerships and networks with culturally and linguistically diverse families in early childhood settings. Families First NSW, Sydney.
2003Hayden, J., De Gioia, K. & Hadley, F. (2003). Ensuring equity for families with young children: Transition to school programs in the Inner West. Final report. Sydney: Government of New South Wales, Australia.
2003Hayden, J., De Gioia, K. & Hadley, F. (2003). Enhancing partnerships and networks with families from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds in New South Wales. Sydney: Government of New South Wales, Australia.
2002Hayden, J., De Gioia, K., Fraser, D. & Hadley, F (2002). Community centred early childhood education: A health promoting approach to service delivery in NSW (Final Report). Report on the Health Promotion Program, Sydney: Government of New South Wales, Australia.
2002Hayden, J., De Gioia, K., Fraser, D., & Hadley, F. (2002).  The health promoting early childhood program: A manual for early childhood services in New South Wales. Sydney: NSW Department of Community Services.

Baird, Kelly

Refereed Journal Articles

Year

Citation

2013

Baird, K. (2013). Exploring a methodology with young children: Reflections on using the Mosaic and Ecocultural approaches. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 38(1), 35-40. http://www.earlychildhoodaustralia.org.au/australian_journal_of_early_childhood/ajec_index_abstracts/exploring-a-methodology-with-young-children-reflections-on-using-the-mosaic-and-ecocultural-approaches.html

Other Publications

Year

Citation

2015

Baird, K. (July, 2015). Small voices, significant stakeholders: Young children's experiences of program participation and family life during involvement in a parenting program. Paper presented at the Research Symposium in Honour of Emeritus Professor Jacqueline Goodnow, Sydney.

2013

Baird, K., Grace, R., McMaugh, A., Gibson, F. & Bowes, J. (October - November, 2013) Small voices, significant stakeholders: Young children's experiences of family change during participation in parenting programs. Paper presented at the Infant and Early Childhood Social and Emotional Wellbeing Conference, Canberra.

2013

Baird, K. (2013, July). Unheard voices: An investigation of the experiences of vulnerable young children in early childhood services. Paper presented at the Australasian Human Development Association (AHDA) 18th Biennial Conference. Gold Coast, Queensland.

2011

Baird, K. (July, 2011). 'I don't like it here when I have a headache.' Young children's experiences of their early childhood centre. Poster presented at NIFTeY conference, Sydney

 


Chatzigianni Maria

Books

Year

Citation

2013

Hatzigianni, M. (2013). Growing up with Technology: Young children's computer use and their self-esteem. Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing

 

Book Chapters

Year

Citation

2015

Vlachopoulos, P., & Hatzigianni, M. (in press). E-learning and self-regulation: Balancing personal and social dimensions. In N. Zaranis & P. Anastasiades (Eds.), Research on e-learning and ICT in education: Technological, pedagogical and instructional perspectives. Springer Publications.

 

Refereed Journal Articles

Year

Citation

2015

Hatzigianni, M., Miller, M., & Guinones, G. (in press). Karagiozis in Australia: Exploring principles of social justice in the arts for young children. International Journal of Education and the Arts.

2014

Hatzigianni, M., & Margetts, K. (2014). Parents' beliefs and evaluations of children's computer use at home. Australian Journal of Early Childhood, 39(4), 114-122.

2014

Hatzigianni, M. (2014). 'I like computers, but my favourite is playing outside with my friends': Young children's beliefs about computers. International Research in Early Childhood Education, 5(1), 83-103.

2012

Hatzigianni, M., & Margetts, K. (2012). 'I am very good at computers': Young children's computer use and their computer self-esteem. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, 20(1), 3-20.

2010

Hatzigianni, M., & Margetts, K. (2010). Observing children when using computers. International Research in Early Childhood Education, 1(2), 69-86.

 

Refereed Journal Articles

Year

Citation

2015

Hatzigianni, M., Miller, M., & Guinones, G. (in press). Karagiozis in Australia: Exploring principles of social justice in the arts for young children. International Journal of Education and the Arts.

2014

Hatzigianni, M., & Margetts, K. (2014). Parents' beliefs and evaluations of children's computer use at home. Australian Journal of Early Childhood, 39(4), 114-122.

2014

Hatzigianni, M. (2014). 'I like computers, but my favourite is playing outside with my friends': Young children's beliefs about computers. International Research in Early Childhood Education, 5(1), 83-103.

2012

Hatzigianni, M., & Margetts, K. (2012). 'I am very good at computers': Young children's computer use and their computer self-esteem. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, 20(1), 3-20.

2010

Hatzigianni, M., & Margetts, K. (2010). Observing children when using computers. International Research in Early Childhood Education, 1(2), 69-86.

 

Refereed Conference Papers

Year

Citation

2015

Hatzigianni, M., Gregoriadis, A., & Fleer, M. (September 7 to 10, 2015). Computer use and associations with socio-emotional outcomes in the longitudinal study of Australian children. Paper to be presented at the European Early Childhood Education Research Association (EECERA) Conference in Barcelona, Spain.

2015

Magaliou, M., & Hatzigianni, M. (July 28 to 30, 2015). Do...Re...Mi...ICT: playing with music in early childhood education. Paper presented at the Pacific Early Childhood Education Research Association (PECERA) Conference in Sydney, Australia.

2014

Hatzigianni, M., Wang, C., Shahaeian, A., & Murray, L. (September 7 to 10, 2014). Teacher-child and peer-child relationships at school: A longitudinal perspective on socio-emotional development. Paper presented at the European Early Childhood Education Research Association (EECERA) Conference in Hersonissos, Herakleion, Greece.

2014

Hatzigianni, M., Miller, M., & Guinones, G. (September 2 to 5, 2014). Exploring Capability Approach in Arts: The case of the Greek Traditional Shadow Theatre, 'Karagiozis'. Poster session presented at the Human Development & Capability Association (HDCA) Conference in Athens, Greece.

2014

Hatzigianni, M. (May 13 to 15, 2014) The Transforming model of Education and new technologies in Early Childhood Education. Paper presented in the International Pre-Conference Summit on Transformative Pedagogy, University of Patra, Patra, Greece.

2014

Hatzigianni, M. (October 14 to 17, 2014). Young children's computer use and their self-esteem. Poster session presented at the Alexander Von Humboldt Symposium for Early Career Researchers, Sydney, Australia.

2010

Hatzigianni, M. (October 28 - 30, 2010). Computer use and young children's self-esteem. In Pantazis, S. H., Bakas, T., Sakelariou, M. I., & Kainourgiou, E. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference of Early Childhood Education, Contemporary Trends and Perspectives for Preschool Education and Care of the 21st Century, (Vol. 2, pp. 346 - 367). University of Ioannina, Ioannina, Greece. Retrieved from: http://www.pedagogy.gr/images/praktika2010-b.pdf

2002

Kalamatianou, M., Mouka, G., & Hatzigianni, M. (September 26 -29, 2002). Learning Activities by using the Computer. In A. Dimitrakopoulou (Ed.), Proceedings of the 3rd Hellenic Conference with International Participation, Information & Communication Technologies in Education, (Vol. 1, pp. 119-125). University of Aegean, Rhodes, Greece: Kastaniotis.

2001

Grigoriou, K., Kalamatianou, M., & Hatzigianni, M. (June 8 - 10, 2001). The magic journey of the body - A multimedia approach to gender education. In V. G. Makrakis (Ed.), Proceedings of the Hellenic Conference with International Participation, New Technologies in Education and in Distance Education, (Vol. 2, pp. 416 - 435). University of Crete, Rethymno, Greece: Atrapos.

 

Other Publications

Year

Citation

2003

Hatzigianni, M. (2003). The Introduction of the new Technologies of Information and Communication in Early Childhood Education. Window to Child's Education, 20,134-137.

 


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