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The Early Education Journal

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)

If you are thinking of becoming a member, have a look at a sample copy of our Journal No 74 on Emergent Literacy.

Next issue:

Materials as provocations - guest edited by Debi Keyte-Hartland

Latest issue:

No 88 - Joint issue with International Journal of Birth and Parent Education

Articles include

  • Editorial: Building happy healthy lives - Mary Nolan, Editor-in-chief
  • Guest editorial: Early education: under threat? - Beatrice Merrick
  • Guest editorial: The best start matters: from strategy to "principled" practice in early childhood education - Milica Atanackovic
  • A relationship-based framework for early childhood media use-  Jenny s. Radesky & Katherine Rosenblum
  • Supporting language in the home - Elias Blinkoff & Kathy Hirsh-Pasek
  • How to support multilingual families in the very early years - Lisa-Maria Müller
  • Musical experiences at home with under 3s - Nicola Burke
  • "50 things to do before you’re five": a nonjudgemental approach to enhancing home learning environments - Andrea Layzell
  • Book page: Foundations of being: understanding young children’s emotional, personal and social development by Julia Manning-Morton
  • Focus on voluntary and peer support organisations: Early Childhood Australia
  • Sally’s column: Home learning environment or child’s whole environment? Sally Hogg
  • Supplement: How parents support young children’s understanding of things, people, numbers and words - Kirsten Asmussen

Non-members may be able to purchase copies of individuals journals subject to availability.  Please contact us for details.