Whaowhia te Kete Mātauranga/ Fill the Basket of Knowledge
Do you have ECE NZ based research you want to share?
Were you hoping to present at conference this year?
Has rāhui/lock down been a barrier to disseminate your research?
Come present with us!
We know rāhui has made presenting difficult this year.
So we are going to run a Facebook virtual event for people to share, engage
and respond to research.
When? The week of 12th-16th October 2020
Where? Wherever you are in the world, connect via Facebook
How? However you want; video, live, PowerPoint, its up to you
There are 5-7 minutes-Up to 10 minutes video time slots 9:30-10:30 / 1:30-2:30
Timetable will be released through Facebook ECE SIG Group on 5th October
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up your time slot by 1st October.
ME HE HOROEKA
(Stong and tall like the horoeka)
The Early Childhood SIG has been established for interested early childhood professionals to share research and explore topics for the early childhood sector in Aotearoa New Zealand. It is anticipated that participants will use the SIG as a means to connect and collaborate with colleagues from around the country and internationally. Within the SIG, our aim is to create opportunities to share research in a supportive environment in order to build research capacity and nurture emergent and early researchers in the sector.
The Early Childhood SIG promotes the growth and development of early childhood research as a critical and integral part of wider educational research and source of information for the sector. We encourage early childhood researchers to share and disseminate their work in early childhood circles and to wider education communities. We support a diverse range research topics and methodologies from a diverse group of researchers including practising early childhood educators, lecturers and scholars at universities and training institutes, students and student teachers, primary school teachers, educators in extension education services, families of young children, and other professionals with an interest in early childhood education.
LYN FOOTE AND JUDITH DUNCAN AWARDS
In 2016 the Early Childhood Education SIG launched two awards.
The Lyn Foote Award for Student Research in Early Childhood Education recognises a current NZARE member who has completed a high-quality masters or doctoral thesis.
The Judith Duncan Award for Early Childhood Research is given to an NZARE member who has made notable contributions to the field of early childhood education and care through the conduct of high-quality research.
For more information see ECE awards
Call for reviewers: NZARE conference abstracts
Abstracts submitted for the NZARE annual conference are reviewed by the relevant SIG(s). In preparation for this year’s conference, we are calling for expressions of interest from ECE SIG members to review abstracts with an ECE focus. Please download a form and email to the co-convenors by 1 July 2020. If you have any questions, contact one of the co-convenors.