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Brownlee Joanne, Sumsion Jennifer, Irvine Susan, Berthelsen Donna C., Farrell Ann, Walsh Kerryann, Ryan Sharon, Mulhearn Gerry, December, 2015
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
This article builds on our ongoing work in conceptualising an 'evaluative stance' framework to assist in understanding how leaders in the field of early childhood education and care (ECEC) make decisions about the selection of professional…
Levi Benjamin H. (Benjamin Horowitz), Crowell Kathryn, Walsh Kerryann, Dellasega Cheryl, December, 2015
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Childcare providers are often "first responders" for suspected child abuse, and how they understand the concept of "reasonable suspicion" will influence their decisions regarding which warning signs warrant reporting. Objective The purpose of this…
Mahony Linda, Walsh Kerryann, Lunn Joanne, Petriwskyj Anne, October, 2015
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
This paper reports on a study of Australian early childhood teachers' pedagogical practices with young children experiencing parental separation and divorce. Twenty-one semi-structured interviews and a focus group were conducted to explore the…
Mahony Linda, Lunn Joanne, Petriwskyj Anne, Walsh Kerryann, July, 2015
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
In this study, the pedagogical decision-making processes of 21 Australian early childhood teachers working with children experiencing parental separation and divorce were examined. Transcripts from interviews and a focus group with teachers were…
Sumsion Jennifer, Brownlee Joanne, Ryan Sharon, Walsh Kerryann, Farrell Ann, Irvine Susan, Mulhearn Gerry, Berthelsen Donna C., March, 2015
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Peer Reviewed
Unprecedented policy attention to early childhood education internationally has highlighted the crucial need for a skilled early years workforce. Consequently, professional development of early years educators has become a global policy imperative.…