Published on in Vol 7, No 3 (2018): March

Building Yolŋu Skills, Knowledge, and Priorities into Early Childhood Assessment and Support: Protocol for a Qualitative Study

Building Yolŋu Skills, Knowledge, and Priorities into Early Childhood Assessment and Support: Protocol for a Qualitative Study

Building Yolŋu Skills, Knowledge, and Priorities into Early Childhood Assessment and Support: Protocol for a Qualitative Study

Journals

  1. Page J, Cock M, Murray L, Eadie T, Niklas F, Scull J, Sparling J. An Abecedarian Approach with Aboriginal Families and Their Young Children in Australia: Playgroup Participation and Developmental Outcomes. International Journal of Early Childhood 2019;51(2):233 View
  2. Lowell A, Maypilama Ḻ, Fasoli L, Guyula Y, Guyula A, Yunupiŋu M, Godwin-Thompson J, Gundjarranbuy R, Armstrong E, Garrutju J, McEldowney R. The ‘invisible homeless’ – challenges faced by families bringing up their children in a remote Australian Aboriginal community. BMC Public Health 2018;18(1) View
  3. Page J, Murray L, Niklas F, Eadie P, Cock M, Scull J, Sparling J. Parent Mastery of Conversational Reading at Playgroup in Two Remote Northern Territory Communities. Early Childhood Education Journal 2021 View
  4. Millier J. Moving away from the deficit perspective: Aboriginal child development in partnership with families. Rural Society 2021;30(1):1 View
  5. Page J, Murray L, Cock M, Eadie P, Nossar V, Niklas F, Scull J, Sparling J. Aboriginal children’s health, playgroup participation and early learning outcomes in two remote Northern Territory communities. Health Education Journal 2021;80(5):596 View