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Rous Beth, Mawdsley Helena P., 2016
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Given the historically disparate array of programs for young children, it is not surprising a lack of coordination (e.g., Wischnowski, Fowler, & McCollum, 2000; Rous, Hemmeter, & Schuster, 1999; Rosenkoetter, Hains, & Fowler, 1994) and…
Einarsdottir Johanna, Perry Bob, Dockett Sue, March 2008
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A comparison of the use and usefulness of eleven practices that preschool and primary school teachers use in the preparation of children for school in Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia and Reykjavik, Iceland
Cassidy Maria, 2005
Reports & Papers
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A study of Scottish early childhood teachers? perceptions of preschoolers? transition to primary schools, including factors such as child information transfer from preschools, and children?s transition from play pedagogy in preschool to a pre-set…
Dockett Sue, Perry Bob, 2005
Reports & Papers
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A description of research methods used in the Starting School Research Project for studying 4 and 5 year old children?s perspectives on beginning school, including conversational interviews, oral and written journals, drawings, reflections, and…
Dockett Sue, Perry Bob, 2004
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A survey-based study of Australian parents and teachers' perceptions of factors that are important to young children's successful transition to school, including knowledge, adjustment, skills, attitude, rules, physical characteristics, family…
Chun Wong Ngai, 2003
Reports & Papers
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A study identifying the learning and development difficulties for children transitioning to primary school in Hong Kong, and an investigation into teachers and parents? perception of their roles facilitating this transition
Kontopoulou Melanthia, 2003
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An investigation into views of early childhood educators on children?s adjustment to preschool, based on a survey of 100 teachers in Thessaloniki, Greece
Smith Nanette, 2002
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An account of the implementation and outcomes of a program aimed at promoting socioemotional development to help preschool children with the transition to the school playground, based on a sample of 19 4-year-olds from one school in the United…
Yeboah David A., 2002
Other
Peer Reviewed
A review of literature on the transition to the first year of primary school and factors which impact on successful transition
Dockett Sue, Perry Bob, 1999
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of young children?s views of the transition to primary schooling, focusing on their perceptions, experiences, expectations, and their views of rules in the school context, based on interviews of 50 children who had recently started attending…
Teichman Yona, Ziv Rachel, 1998
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study examining how certain characteristics of parents, maternal, and paternal grandparents might affect children's transition to kindergarten