The influence of coaching interactions on early childhood educators’ learning
Catriona Elek. Supervisors: A/Prof Jane Page and A/Prof Tricia Eadie
Implementing Inclusive Education in Early Childhood Settings
Olivia Penna. Supervisors: Prof Tricia Eadie, Prof Lorraine Graham & A/Prof Jane Page
Connecting policy and parents in the early childhood education and care sector
Phyllis Jackson. Supervisors: A/Prof Jane Page and Dr Di Mulchavy
The perceptions and experiences of professionals in the early childhood sector regarding ways in which professional reading has supported them to engage with evidence-based practices to improve learning, development and wellbeing outcomes for young children
Jackie Brien. Supervisors: A/Prof Jane Page and Dr Jeanette Berman
Research interest: Looking at effective teaching practices in kindergarten classrooms in low and middle income countries.
Adeola Monty. Supervisors: Prof Janet Clinton, A/Prof Jane Page and Dr Rhonda di Biase
Young children making meaning through co-creating art installations.
Jo Dean. Supervisors: Dr Marnee Watkins and Dr Robert Brown
Pedagogical leadership in Australian early childhood education and care: Exploring relationality through human and more-than-human encounters.
Rachael Keating. Supervisors: A/Prof Jane Page, Dr Sonja Arndt, Dr Penny Levickis
Teacher Self-Efficacy in Developing Effective Partnerships With Families: Perspectives of In-Service Early Childhood Teachers in Long Day Care Settings
Shihuan Wang. Supervisors: Prof Patricia Eadie, Dr Penny Levickis
The role of reflective dialogue in facilitating and sustaining teacher agency in the early childhood education and care (ECEC) sector.
Shuo Liu. Supervisors: A/Prof. Jane Page, Dr Laura McFarland, Dr Amelia Church
Learning in routines: Mealtime interactions in (ECEC) settings
Wei Yao. Supervisors: Dr Amelia Church, Dr Penny Levickis, Dr Sarah Young
Quality of feedback in teacher–child interactions.
Ha Thanh Le. Supervisors: Dr Amelia Church, Dr Hannah Stark, Prof Patricia Eadie