Australian Research in Early Childhood Education. Volume 1.Report as inadecuate




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Journal for Australian Research in Early Childhood Education, v1 1997

This volume consists of selected refereed papers from the fourth annual conference on Australian Research in Early Childhood Education. The papers represent a cross-section of research interests in the field of early childhood education, care, and development. Differing methodologies are also featured in this issue. The papers are: (1) "Ethics in Early Childhood Field Experiences" (Coombe and Newman); (2) "The Teacher's Role in Outdoor Play: Preschool Teachers' Beliefs and Practices" (Davies); (3) "Some Implications of Popularity at Age Four" (Dockett and Degotardi); (4) "Intertextuality and Beginning Reading Instruction in the Initial School Years (Harris and Trezise); (5) "Love, Care and Politics in Low Income Early Childhood Settings: The Process of Constructing a Professional Identity" (Hill and Veale); (6) "Directors of Early Childhood Services: Experience, Preparedness and Selection" (Hayden); (7) "Teachers Coping with Changes: The Stories of Two Preschool Teachers" (Kelly and Berthelsen); (8) "A Teaching and Learning Initiative Using Audiographics Conferencing: Some Emerging Issues" (Perry and others); (9) "An Enforceable Code of Ethics: What Do Practitioners Think?" (Pollnitz); (10) "Creativity: What Does It Mean in the Family Context?" (Tennent and Berthelsen); (11) "How Family-Centred are Early Intervention Services Staff and Parent Perceptions?" (Dempsey and Carruthers); (12) "An Examination of a Young Child's Response to Performance: Implications for Arts Curricula" (Suthers and Larkin); and (13) "Teaching Dilemmas and Employment Relationships in Child Care Centres" (Burton). Each article contains references. (EV)

Descriptors: Administrators, Art Activities, Child Caregivers, Child Development, Childhood Attitudes, Codes of Ethics, Creativity, Day Care, Early Childhood Education, Early Intervention, Educational Research, Employer Employee Relationship, Ethics, Family (Sociological Unit), Foreign Countries, Low Income Groups, Outdoor Activities, Parent Attitudes, Play, Popularity, Program Descriptions, Reading Instruction, Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Role, Young Children





Author: Fleer, Marilyn, Ed.

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