In April 2020, we are giving free access to our last four years' of Journals, to support students' and practitioners' professional learning during the COVID-19 social distancing restrictions. We hope that you enjoy reading them. If you'd like to have access from May onwards, consider signing up as a member.
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)
No 91 - Where does our curriculum/pedagogy/practice come from? - guest edited by Sacha Powell
No 90 - The power of professional learning - guest edited by Helen Lewis
- Editorial: The power of professional learning - Helen Lewis
- What are the features of effective professional learning? - Sandra Mathers
- Developing system leadership in the early years sector: a case study - Amanda King
- “Too complicated for little ones…”: Developing a professional learning programme to support early years practitioners’ confidence in engaging science concepts in their practice - Glenda Tinney, Anne-Marie Gealy, Natalie MacDonald and Jane Waters
- Caught on camera: using video reflection as a tool for professional learning - Helen Lewis
Non-members may be able to purchase copies of individuals journals subject to availability. Please contact us for details.