The Early Education Journal is usually available to members only. Non-members can access a couple of sample issues below. If you'd like to have access to the full back catalogue, consider signing up as a member - try our online membership for £10 per term (see link for full range of membership options).
The Early Education Journal is published termly. Each journal takes on a theme, and articles may take the form of case studies, research write-ups, new pedagogical approaches or reviews from a range of practitioners in the early years field.
Members of Early Education are mailed all issues of the Journal as an exclusive membership benefit (online only student/concession members receive access to the online issue only).
See below for details of the most recent issue. Logged in members can see and download all recent back issues, and purchase additional copies (subject to availability). Sample copies are made available to non-members below on a temporary and discretionary basis.
No 95 - Strengthening Professional Identity - guest edited by Helen Moylett
- Editorial: Strengthening professional identity, Helen Moylett
- Agency and values in shaping educator professional identities, Nathan Archer
- The poverty paradox – poor practitioners supporting families in poverty, Sandra Lyndon
- The power of reflection and reflexivity on professional identity, Annie Richardson
- Professional identity and Early Childhood Studies placement, Vina Patel
Non-members may be able to purchase copies of individuals journals subject to availability. Please contact us for details.