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AS - Asia369
NA - North America192
HKU - The University of Hong Kong189
EU - Europe34
OC - Oceania12
AF - Africa6
SA - South America2
UND - Undefined8
CN - China225
HKU - The University of Hong Kong189
US - United States189
HK - Hong Kong121
GB - United Kingdom15
AU - Australia12
SG - Singapore12
ZA - South Africa6
HR - Croatia5
TW - Taiwan4
OTH - Others34
The University of Hong Kong189
San Ramon90
San Jose50
Central District34
Partnering with families to promote learning13
Playing with maths: implications for early childhood mathematics teaching from an implementation study in Melbourne, Australia8
Early childhood professionals’ perceptions of children's school readiness characteristics in six countries12
Between the Red and Yellow Windows: A Fine-Grained Focus on Supporting Children’s Spatial Thinking During Play19
Early childhood mathematics: A pilot study in preservice teacher education11
Making a difference to children's reasoning skills before school-entry: The contribution of the home learning environment14
Conversation analysis: Analyzing talk-in-interaction with preschool children during play-based mathematics activities15
Children’s mathematical and verbal competence in different early education and care programmes in Australia7
Pausing for learning: Responsive engagement in mathematics activities in early childhood settings10
Purposeful pauses: teacher talk during early childhood mathematics activities8
Between the big trees: A project-based approach to investigating shape and spatial thinking in a kindergarten program10
Home Learning Environment and Concept Formation: A Family Intervention Study with Kindergarten Children18
Families leading learning12
Assessing Spatial Reasoning During Play: Educator Observations, Assessment And Curriculum Planning23
Articulating a rights-based argument for mathematics teaching and learning in early childhood education16
Towards creating inclusive environments for LGBTIQ-parented families in early childhood education and care settings: A review of the literature42
Bilingual children’s language learning in Australian early childhood education and care settings31
Advancing the development of early childhood science data collection instruments14
Playing with maths: Facilitating the learning in play-based learning12
Parents supporting learning: a non-intensive intervention supporting literacy and numeracy in the home learning environment10
Thirty-one is a lot!: Assessing four-year-old children’s number knowledge during an open-ended activity22
The Sooner, the Better: Early Reading to Children11
Augmented reality as a form of digital technology in early childhood education36
Professional learning – what lights your fire?14
Spatial reasoning and mathematics in early childhood education22
I did it! Young children’s academic self-concept in the year before school22
Counting Games Really Count: Making the Most of the Home Numeracy Environment16
‘Is that what we do?’ Using a conversation-analytic approach to highlight the contribution of dialogic reading strategies to educator–child interactions during storybook reading in two early childhood settings13
Die Professionalisierung frühpädagogischer Fachkräfte in Australien: Strategien und Instrumente für einen fundamentalen Wandel im frühpädagogischen Bereich22
Improving Preschoolers’ Numerical Abilities by Enhancing the Home Numeracy Environment11
You need to use your words!13
Name a job where you can act like a child?16
Using mathematics games in preschool settings to support the development of children’s numeracy skills27
Supporting children to resolve disputes13
Seeing Myself as others See Me: Using video to Support Reflective Practice in Initial Teacher Education with a Cross-Country Cohort57
Conversations with children that support responsive engagement16
Early Reading to Children: The Early Bird Catches the Worm34
Play-Based Mathematics Activities as a Resource for Changing Educator Attitudes and Practice11
Numeracy learning in early childhood15
Adding To The Science Toolkit: Piloting Early Childhood Science Research Instruments In Australia9
Young children dancing mathematical thinking12
Dominoes and drones: How do we teach our children for the 21st Century?16
Knowing The (mathematics) Part In Order To Know The (stem) Whole9
The self-reported academic self-concept of four-year-old children: Global and fixed, or nuanced and changing in the year before school?20
Assessing Preschool Children’s Maps Against The First Four Levels Of The Primary Curriculum: Lessons To Learn13
Mathematics knowledge in early childhood: Intentional teaching in the third turn9
What is 'school readiness', and how are smooth transitions to school supported?13
Meeting the Australian national quality standards: A case study of the professional learning needs of early childhood educators15