Transitions in Early Childhood
Australia England Germany New Zealand Poland Sweden
Denmark Finland Iceland Norway Scotland Wales
   
From parental to
non-parental care
 

Dalli, C. (2002) Constructing identities: Being a mother and being a teacher during the experience of starting childcare. European Journal of Research in Early Childhood Education. Vol 10(2).

Dalli, C. (2001).Handling the first transition: What early childhood educators can do, what they do and how they can do better. Early Education, Vol 25, pp. 13-20.

Dalli, C. (2001). Different perspectives on starting childcare. Set: Early childhood folio, 2001. Wellington: NZCER.

Dalli, C. (2000).Starting childcare: What young children laarn about relating to adults in the first weeks of starting child care. Early childhood research and practice. Vol2(2). http://ecrp.uiuc.edu/v2n2/dalli.html

Dalli, C. (2000). Beyond separation: Starting childcare before three. Childrenz Issues, Vol 4 (1), 21 26, 45.

Dalli, C. (2000). Transition to early childhood education: How teachers make a difference. Policy, Practice and Politics. Early Childhood Millenium Conference. 9-12 July. (pp89-97). Wellington: NZEI.

Dalli, C. (1999). Learning to be in childcare: mothers stories of their child’s “settling-in”. European Early Childhood Research journal, Vol 7 (2), 53-66.

 

     
From home-based care to centre-based care
 

Griebel, W. & Niesel, R. (1997): From family to Kindergarten: A common experience in a transition perspective. Paper presented at 7th European Conference on the Quality of Early Childhood Education "Childhood in a Changing Society", Munich, Germany, 3 - 6 September

Niesel, R. & Griebel, W. (2000): Start in den Kindergarten. Grundlagen und Hilfen zum żbergang von der Familie in die Kindertagesst»tte. München: Don Bosco

     
Within early childhood services
 

     
From home to preschool
 

Griebel, W. & Niesel, R. (1997): From family to Kindergarten: A common experience in a transition perspective. Paper presented at 7th European Conference on the Quality of Early Childhood Education "Childhood in a Changing Society", Munich, Germany, 3 - 6 September

Niesel, R. & Griebel, W. (2000). Start in den Kindergarten: Grundlagen und Hilfen zum żbergang von der Familie in die Kindertagesst»tte. München: Don Bosco

     

From preschool to the
first year of schooling

 

Broström, S. (2000) Communication & continuity in the transition from kindergarten to school in Denmark. Paper presented at the 10th European Conference on Quality in Early Childhood Education.
London, 29 August - 1 September

Einarsdottir, J. (2003). Charting a smooth course: Transition from playschool to primary school in Iceland. Í S. Broström og J. Wagner (Ritstj.). Early childhood education in five Nordic countries: Perspectives on the transition from preschool to school. (bls. 101-127) Århus: Systime Academic.

Einarsdottir, J. (2003). When the Bell Rings we Have to go Inside. Preschool Children's Views on the Primary School. European Early Childhood Educational Research Journal. Transitions. Themed Monograph Series, 1, 35-50.

Einarsdottir, J. (2002). When the Bell Rings We have to go Inside: Preschool Children’s Views on the Elementary School. Paper presented at the European Early Childhood Education Research Conference in Cyprus, August 2002.

Fabian, H. (2004). Moving on. Paper presented on the 14th European Conference on Quality in Early Childhood Education (EECERA), Malta

Fabian, H. (2003). Starting School for Children from Dysfunctional Families. Paper presented on the 13th European Conference on Quality in Early Childhood Education (EECERA), Edinburgh

Fabian, H. (2002) Children Starting School. London: David Fulton Publishers. http://www.ltscotland.org.uk/earlyyears/publications/ltscotland/learning3to5.asp

Fabian, H. (2002) "Inter-conneXions" ‘Interconnexions’ was presented as a parallel session at the ‘Progress with Purpose’ conference on March 18th 2002 in Edinburgh.

Fabian, H. (2002) Learning Inside Out. Paper presented on the 12th European Conference on Quality in Early Childhood Education (EECERA), Cyprus

Fabian, H. (2001) Pupil mobility: stories of turbulence. Paper presented on the 11th European Conference on Quality in Early Childhood Education (EECERA), Holland

Fabian, H. and Dunlop, A. W. A. (Eds) (2002) Transitions in the Early Years. London: Routledge Falmer Publishers.

Fabian, H. (2002) 5-14 Support Series: Contextualised Learning for 5-8-year-olds. Glasgow: Learning + Teaching Scotland

Fabian, H. (2000) "Small Steps to Starting School", International Journal of Early Years Education. June. Volume 8. Number 2.

Fabian, H. (2000) "Time for a Change", Management in Education. Volume 14 Issue 4.pp 12-14.

Fabian, H. (1996) "Children Starting School: Parents in Partnership", Mentoring and Tutoring, Volume 4, Number 1. Summer 1996, pp. 12 - 22.

Germeten, S. (1999) Early Childhood Education in Norway after Reform 97:Starting School, End of Play? Paper presented at the 21.ICCP, World Play Conference in Oslo, Norway, 15th. -17th of September 1999.

Germeten, S. (undated) Transition to Primary School in Norway: Some Political Issues, some Educational Challenges and some Unresolved Problems

Germeten, S (2002) Limits of Teaching? Freedom and control in the classroom of the 6-year-olds. (Grenser for undervisning? Frihet og kontroll i 6-åringenes klasserom). Stockholm; HLS Förlag.

Germeten, S (undated) "Early Childhood Education in Norway: Time as an indication for Pedagogical space" Paper presented at the EECERA Conference in London, September 2000.

Germeten, S. (2000)"Early Childhood Education in Norway: Time as an indication for Pedagogical space"Paper presented at the EECERA Conference in London, September 2000.

Griebel, W & Niesel, R. (2002) Successful transitions: Social competencies help pave the way into Kindergarten and School. Paper to be presented at 12th European Conference on Quality in Early Childhood Education „Strategies for effective learning in early childhood", Lefkosia, Cyprus, August 28 -31, 2002

Griebel, W. & Niesel, R. (2002):Abschied vom Kindergarten Start in die Schule. Grundlagen und Praxishilfen fur Erzieherinnen, Lehrkrafte und Eltern. München: Don Bosco

Griebel, W. & Niesel, R. (1999): From Kindergarten to school: A transition for the family. Paper presented at the 9th European Conference on Quality in Early Childhood Education "Quality in Early Childhood Education - How Does Early Education Lead to Life-Long Learning?" in Helsinki, Finland, 1 - 4 September.

Johannson, I. (2002). In H. Fabian & A-W Dunlop (Ed) (2002) Transitions in the Early Years: Debating continuity and progression for children in early education. RoutledgeFalmer: London.

Johansson, I. (2000). Parents view of the content in new services for younger schoolchildren in Sweden. Paper presented at the 10th European Conference on Quality in Early Childhood Education. London August 2000.

Johansson, I. (1998). Parent involvement and Quality in Preschool. Paper presenterat vid Ninth Annual International Roundtable on School, Family and Community Partnership, John Hopkins University, April 1998, San Diego.

Johansson, I. (1997).The Interpay Between Organization and Pedagogical Content. Results from a Study Reflecting the Changes within 12 Preschools in Stockholm During a Three-Year Period. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, Vol 5, No 2, 1997 p.33-45.

Johansson, I. (1996). Parent View of the Pre-school's Content. Paper presenterat på konferensen, Education is partnership. Köpenhamn November 1996.

Johansson, I. (1995). New Services for Six-year-olds in Stockholm. Content and Directions. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, Vol 3. , No 1, 1995 p.17-34.

Kienig A. (2001) Transitions in the early childhood – international perspective: Poland and Belarus. Paper presented at 11th European Conference on Quality in Early Childhood Education, Alkmaar /The Netherlands, 29.08 – 1.09.2001.

Margetts, K. (2004). Relationships between centre-based child care and children's adjustment to the first year of school. Summary of a paper presented to the 13th European Conference on Quality in Early Childhood Education Early Childhood Narratives Glasgow Scotland 3 September - 6 September 2003

Margetts, K. (2003) Identifying and suporting behaviours associated with cooperation, assertion and self control in young children starting school. Summary of a paper presented at the 12th European Conference on Quality in Early Childhood Education: Strategies for Effective Learning in Early Childhood The University of Cyprus, Lefcosia Cyprus , 28-31 August 2002.

Margetts, K. (2003) Does adjustment at preschool predict adjustment in the first year of schooling? Journal of Australian Research in Early Childhood Education,10(2).

Margetts, K. (2003). How transition programs help students adjust. EQ Australia, 3, 15-16.

Margetts, K. (2003). Starting school: Not so easy. Prime Focus, 34, 2-3.

Margetts, K. (2003). Preparing children for the first year of school. Rattler, 65, 14-17.

Margetts, K. (2003). Do Personal Characteristics Influence Children Starting School? Proceedings of the AARE Conference. University of Queensland 1-5 December 2002. AARE

Margetts, K. (2003). Personal, family and social influences on children's early school adjustment. Proceedings of the Australian Early Childhood Association Biennial Conference Hobart 10-13 July 2003. Australian Early Childhood Association.

Margetts, K. (2002) Planning transition programs. In H. Fabian & A-W Dunlop (2002) Transitions in the Early Years: Debating continuity and progression for children in early education. RoutledgeFalmer: London, Chapter 9. pp 156-179.

Margetts, K. (2002). The developing child in today's world: Issues and care in education. Educare News, Issue 127(July), 10-13.

Margetts, K. (2001). Transition and learning - a vital partnership. Proceedings of the 2001 Early Years of Schooling Conference - Creating Learning Communities Melbourne, 17-18 June,www.sofweb.vic.edu. au/ eys/conf/2001pap/translear, pp1-6.

Margetts, K. (2000). Indicators of children's adjustment to the first year of schooling. Journal for Australian Research in Early Childhood Education, 7(1), 20-30.

Margetts, K. (2000) Establishing Valid Measures of Children's Adjustment to the First Year of Schooling. Post-Script, 1(1) http://www.edfac.unimelb.edu.au/insight/ contentsvol1.shtml

Margetts, K. (2000). Planning for transition can make a difference. High expectations outstanding achievements. High Expectations Outstanding Achievements, Proceedings of the Early Years of Schooling P-4, Conference. 4-5 June, 2000, A5, pp1-9.

Margetts, K. (1999). Transition to school: Looking forward. Proceedings of the Australian Early Childhood Association Biennial Conference Darwin 14-17 July 1999. Australian Early Childhood Association, http://www.aeca.org.au/darconfmarg.html.

Margetts, K. (1997). Factors impacting on children's adjustment to the first year of primary school. set: Research Information for Teachers, 2.

Margetts, K. (1997). Factors impacting on children's adjustment to the first year of primary school. Early Childhood Folio 3: A Collection of Recent Research. NZCER

Margetts, K. (1996). Children's adjustment to the first year of school. Graduate Studies in Education. Proceedings of the Faculty of Education Graduate Student Conference, The University of Melbourne 9 December, 1995, 2, 33-46.

Niesel, R. & Griebel, W. (2001). Transtion to school child: What children tell us about school and what they teach us. Paper presented at the 11th European Conference on Quality on Early Childhood Education. Alkmaar, The Netherlands, 29 August - 1 September.

Peters, S. (1998). Gathering and sharing information on young children within the context of the transition to school. SAMEpapers, 107-122.

Peters, S. (2000). The transition to school. In W. Drewery & L. Bird. Human development: A journey through the lifespan (118-119). Auckland:McGraw-Hill.

Peters, S. (1998). Assessment and reporting within the context of the transition to school. Paper presented at the annual conference of the New Zealand Association for Research in Education, Dunedin, December.

Peters, S. (1999). Continuity and discontinuity: Issues for parents and teachers seeking to enhance children's transition to school. Paper presented at 'Sharing Research in Early Childhood Education', The Third Warwick International Early Years Conference, University of Warwick, Coventry, England, April.

Peters, S. (1999). Planning for transition: Early childhood teachers' roles in enhancing children's transition to school. Paper presented at the Seventh Early Childhood Convention, Nelson, September.

Peters, S. (2000). Multiple perspectives on continuity in early learning and the transition to school. Paper presented at "Complexity, diversity and multiple perspectives in early childhood", Tenth European Early Childhood Conference, University of London, August.

Smith, N. (2003) Transition from Nursery to School Playground: An Intervention Programme to Promote Emotional and Social Development.
Paper presented at the 13th. European Early Childhood Education Research Association (EECERA) Conference 3rd - 6th. September 2003 at University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland

     
Within and across schools  

Fabian, H. (2003) 'Young Children Changing Schools: Disruption or Opportunity?' in European Early Childhood Education Research Journal Themed Monograph Series 'Transitions' No. 1, pp. 99-107.

     






 



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