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Hudson, Kim – Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 2012
This article presents the key findings and discussion from a research project and subsequent report: "Involving young children in decision making: An exploration of practitioners' views". This research explored early childhood practitioners'--childcare workers, kindergarten, pre-primary and grade 1-2 teachers--views on decision making…
Descriptors: Childrens Rights, Young Children, Participative Decision Making, Decision Making
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Drummond, Murray – Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 2012
This paper is based on qualitative research data from a project investigating early childhood boys' constructions of masculinities in relation to sport, health and the body. The focus group data, with 33 boys, has been collected in each of the boys' first three years at school. It is part of the data that will be collected over eight years with…
Descriptors: Elementary Schools, Males, Qualitative Research, Young Children
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McDonough, Andrea; Sullivan, Peter – Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 2011
Much research on early measurement learning is small-scale and dependent on the items used. While such research is helpful for indicating the key aspects of learning length, it does not give teachers a clear indication of the expectations for student learning of them. This paper presents substantial data from a large project that used individual…
Descriptors: Measurement Techniques, Interviews, Child Development, Longitudinal Studies
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Warren, Elizabeth; DeVries, Eva; Cole, Antoinette – Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 2009
Many myths occur regarding the inherent abilities young Indigenous students possess when they enter a Western school environment. One such myth in early numeracy is Indigenous students' innate ability to instantly recognise the number of objects in a small group without counting them; that is, their ability to subitise. Willis (2000) reports that…
Descriptors: Indigenous Populations, Numeracy, Educational Environment, Number Concepts