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Dr Sandy Houen’s research focusses on early childhood education quality and its impact on children’s lifelong trajectories. Sandy’s expertise is in qualitative research approaches, such as conversation analysis, with a key focus on data collection methods that include interviews with child [...]
Associate Professor Christina Davidson’s research examines the social interaction of children during their everyday activity in homes, communities and classrooms. She is particularly interested in the ways that children’s social interactions contribute to literacy learning and literacy teaching. [...]
Associate Professor Stuart Ekberg specialises in understanding how people communicate with one another in both face-to-face settings and via digital media. He has a particular interest in communication in healthcare, such as how therapists adapt play-based interventions with children to suit deliver [...]
Professor Susan Danby is recognised internationally as one of Australia’s leading experts in early years language and social interaction, childhood studies, and young children’s engagement with digital technologies. As Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child, Susan leads a [...]
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