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 Browse by Socio-Economic Objective (1998) The SEO Classification allows R&D data to be classified according to the researcher's perceived purpose. The purpose categories take account of processes, products, health, education and other social and environmental aspects of particular interest. -> Division 3 - Society -> 740000 - Education and Training -> 740100 Early Childhood and Primary Education -> 740101 Early childhood education :

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Leiminer, M. and Baker, C. D. (2000) A child's say in parent-teacher talk at the pre-school: Doing conversation analytic research in early childhood settings. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 1 2: 135-152. doi:10.2304/ciec.2000.1.2.3 267   0
Leiminer, M. (2000). A child's way: Gaining the floor in parent-teacher talk at the preschool. In: Childhood and Social Research. Childhood and Social Research, Brisbane, (3-3). 29 July 2000. 127  
Luke, A. and Luke, C. (2001) Adolescence lost/childhood regained: On early intervention and the emergence of the techno-subject. Journal of Early Childhood Literacy, 1 1: 91-120. 136  
McAlister, A. and Peterson, C (2007) A longitudinal study of child siblings and theory of mind development. Cognitive Development, 22 2: 258-270. doi:10.1016/j.cogdev.2006.10.009 531   35 Cited 38 times in Scopus38 0
Worthington, John. (2001). A longitudinal study of early literacy development and the changing perceptions of parents and teachers PhD Thesis, Graduate School of Education, The University of Queensland. 235 5
Keen, D. A. (2001). Analysis and enhancement of communication behaviour in children with autism PhD Thesis, Graduate School of Education, The University of Queensland. 192  
Luke, A. and Luke, C. (2002) A new toolkit for understanding early intervention: A dialogue with Stuart McNaughton and Douglas Kellner. Journal of Early Childhood Literacy, 2 1: 113-116. 124  
Leiminer, M. J. and Baker, C. D. (1999). Challenging the social order of the preschool: An analysis of a child's participation in parent-teacher talk at the preschool. In: Taking Children Seriously: A National Workshop. Taking Children Seriously: A National Workshop, Milperra, NSW, (21). 12-13 July 1999. 56  
Baker, C. D. and Campbell, R. (2000). Children, language and power. In Rod Campbell and David Green (Ed.), Literacies and learners: Current perspectives (pp. 15-29) Sydney: Prentice Hall. 53  
Keen, D. (2003) Communicative repair strategies and problem behaviours of children with autism. International Journal of Disability, Development and Education, 50 1: 53-64. doi:10.1080/1034912032000053331 58   Cited 9 times in Scopus9 0
Wyeth, P. (2002) Designing technology for young children: Moving from the computer into the physical world with electronic blocks. Information Technology in Childhood Education, 2002 1: 219-244. 63  
Wyeth, P. and Purchase, H. (1999). Developmentally appropriate learning: Implications for early childhood technology education. In: L. Baggott and J. Nichol, Proceedings of the Ninth International PEG Conference: Intelligent Computer and Communications Technology: Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century. PEG99, Exeter, England, (115-122). 10-12 July 1999. 25  
Carrington, V. M. (2001). Educational issues in the shift to IT based literate practices in Australian homes. In: What We Know and How We Know It. What We Know and How We Know It, Seattle, (). 10-14 April 2001. 35  
Wyeth, Peta. (2003). Electronic blocks : a new resource for technology education PhD Thesis, School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, The University of Queensland. 143 1
Carrington, V. M. (2001) Emergent home literacies: A challenge for educators. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, 24 2: 88-100. 180  
Danby, S. and Baker, C.D. (2001) Escalating terror: Communicative strategies in a preschool classroom dispute. Early Education and Development, 12 3: 343-358. 27  
McBryde, Catherine Louise. (2001). Factors influencing parent and preschool teacher perceptions of readiness for, and adjustment to, school PhD Thesis, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, The University of Queensland. 396 3
Cawkwell, Gail (2002) Globalisation and the reconstruction of the literate child. English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 1 1: 79-93. 39  
Goos, M. E., Jolly, L. and Kostogriz, A. (2005). Home school and community partnerships for numeracy education in a remote indigenous community. In: M. Goos, C. Kanes and R. Brown, Proceedings of the Fourth International Mathematics Education and Society Conference. Mathematics Education and Society, Gold Coast, Australia, (176-187). July 2005. 132  
Tait, Kathleen J., Sigafoos, Jeff and Woodyatt, Gail (2000). If you encourage, acknowledge and react (EAR), they will communicate! Use of E.A.R. by parents of very young children with cerebral palsy. In: Including the Excluded: International Special Education Congress 2000. International Special Education Congress 2000 (ISEC2000), Manchester, (x-x). 24-28 July 2000. 57  
Latham, Gloria, Masters, Jennifer, Dole, Shelley, Wilks, Anne, Kilderry, Anna, Faulkner, Julie, Fehring, Heather, Lee, Libby, Yelland, Nicola and Lowrie, Tom I-Spi: innovative shared practical ideas: a support guide for literacy and numeracy in the early years of schooling, for home tutor/supervisors in distance education. Canberra, Australia: Department of Education, Science and Training (DEST), 2005. 226  
Leiminer, M. (2001). Language and power at the preschool: Children's participation in home-preschool communication. In: Proceedings American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting. What We Know and How We Know It, Seattle, Washington, (). 10-14 April 2001. 45  
Choi, H., Jobling, M.A. and Carroll, A. (2001). Let's play: Children with autism and their play partners together. In: P. Mittler, Including the Excluded. International Special Education Congress, Manchester, UK, (1-7). 24-28 July 2000. 146  
Choi, H-J., Jobling, M. A. and Carroll, A. (2000). Let's play: Development of peer training for children with autism. In: Supporting Not Controlling: Strategies for the New Millennium. Early Childhood Intervention Australia National Conference, Brisbane, (91-98). 1-3 July 2000. 130  
van Kraayenoord, C. E. (2005). Literate lives. In A. Ashman and J. Elkins (Ed.), Educating Children with Diverse Abilities 2nd ed. (pp. 281-315) Frenchs Forest, NSW: Pearson Education Australia. 44  
Luke, A., O'Brien, J. and Comber, B. (2001). Making community texts objects of study. In H. Fehring and P. Green (Ed.), Critical Literacy: A Collection of Articles from the Australian Literacy Educators' Association (pp. 112-123) Newark, DE: International Reading Association. 299  
Choi, H-J. (2000) Peer-mediated social interaction skills. International Journal of Disability, Development and Education, 47 1: 107-110. 57  
Ailwood, J. (2000). Preschool-play-performance. In: Childhood and Social Research. Childhood and Social Research, Brisbane, (2). 29 July 2000. 56  
Ailwood, J. (2000). Preschool-play-performativity: Recrafting preschool subjectivities. In: Education Research: Towards an Optimistic Future. AARE Sydney 2000, Sydney, (). 4-7 December 2000. 34  
Woods, A. (2001). Reconstructing competence: Using transcripts to inform the teaching of literacy. In: Leading Literate Lives. Joint National Conference AATE and ALEA, Hobart, (51-51). 12-15 July, 2001. 31  
Ailwood, J. (2000) Review of M.E. Hauser & J.A. Jipson (Eds) (1998) ' Intersections, feminisms/early childhoods'. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 1 3: 345-347. 25  
Baker, C. D. (1999) Review of N. Yelland (Ed.) 'Gender in early childhood'. Educating Young Children: Learning and Teaching in the Early Childhood Years, 5 2: 54-54. 37  
McBryde, C., Ziviani, J. M. and Cuskelly, M. M. (2003) School readiness: An overview. Educating Young Children: Learning and Teaching in the Early Childhood Years, 9 2: 22-24. 92  
Braithwaite, Michelle (2003). Social-pragmatic intervention with young children with autism and their caregivers : an investigation PhD Thesis, Graduate School of Education, The University of Queensland. 244 4
Cuskelly, M. M. and Detering, N. (2003) Teacher and student teacher perspectives of school readiness. Australian Journal of Early Childhood, 28 2: 39-46. 116 2
Parry, Lindsay and O'Brien, Mia (2007). Teacher education in Australia: a critique of social issues and educational imperatives. In Freeman, D.J and Scott, A.J (Ed.), Shaping the future: critical essays on teacher education second ed. (pp. 43-54) Rotterdam, The: Sense publishers. 140  
McBryde, C., Ziviani, J. M. and Cuskelly, M. M. (2006). The transition to school. In S. Rodger and J. Ziviani (Ed.), Occupational Therapy with Children: Understanding Children's Occupations and Enabling Participation 1 ed. (pp. 222-240) Carlton, VIC: Blackwell Publishing. 84  
Ailwood, J. (2000) Time, space and mobility in a globalizing world: What's in it for young children. Discourse: studies in the cultural politics of education, 21 1: 105-111. 39  
Danby, S. and Baker, C. D. (2000). Unravelling the fabric of social order in block area. In S. Hester and D. Francis (Ed.), Local Educational Order: Ethnomethodological Studies of Knowledge in Action (pp. 91-140) Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 33  
Wyeth, P. and Purchase, H. (2003). Using Developmental Theories to Inform the Design of Technology for Children. In: Stuart MacFarlane, Tony Nicol, Janet C. Read and Linda C. Snape, Small Users - Big Ideas: Proceedings of the 2003 Conference on Interaction Design and Children. IDC2003: Interaction Design and Children 2003, Preston, England, (93-100). 1-3 July 2003. doi:10.1145/953536.953550 65   0