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From vision to practice: are children at the centre or clinging on at the periphery of practice within early childhood care and education provision? (Pre-published version)
Concepts such as child-centred practice, children’s agency and active participation feature strongly within Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) policy. They have been shaped by the UN Convention on the Rights of the ...
PLÉ response to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) International Early Learning Study
(Pedagogy Learning Education, 2017)
Where to now for early childhood care and education (ECCE) graduates? A study of the experiences of Irish BA ECCE degree graduates
(Taylor & Francis [Routledge], 2013)
International definitions of early childhood locate the field with the care and education of children between birth and six years. In Ireland, this definition applies to both pre-school and the infant classes of primary ...
An examination of concepts of school readiness among parents and educators in Ireland
(Department of Children and Youth Affairs [Ireland], 2016)
‘An undervalued, under-appreciated profession, long hours, hard work, poor pay’. A study of the professional identity of BA ECCE graduates
(Institute of Technology Sligo, 2012)
Drawing upon a Bachelor of Arts (BA) ECCE graduate occupational profile survey, this paper explores the experiences of graduates with particular reference to the relationship between graduate qualifications and professional ...
The affordable childcare scheme – parental panacea, or paradoxical ideology?
(Children's Research Network, 2016)