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  • Collective writing: An inquiry into praxis

    Jandrić, Petar; Devine, Nesta; Jackson, Liz; Peters, Michael A.; Lăzăroiu, Georage; Mihăilă, Ramona; Locke, Kirsten; Heraud, Richard; Gibbons, Andrew; Grierson, Elizabeth; Forster, Daniella J.; White, Jayne; Stewart, Georgina; Tesar, Marek; Arndt, Sonja Kathrina; Brighouse, Susanne; Benade, Leon (2017)
    This is the second text in the series collectively written by members of the Editors' Collective, which comprises a series of individual and collaborative reflections upon the experience of contributing to the previous and ...
  • Crossing borders and borderlands: Childhood's secret undergrounds

    Arndt, Sonja Kathrina; Tesar, Marek (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014)
    This chapter examines childhood undergrounds as subversive spaces that respond to children’s borderlands and border crossings. Centred on a tale of two childhoods, it analyses children's secret coping practices within very ...
  • Early childhood assessment in Aotearoa New Zealand: Critical perspectives and fresh openings

    Arndt, Sonja Kathrina; Tesar, Marek (De Gruyter, 2015)
    This paper engages with assessment practices in Aotearoa New Zealand. Te Whāriki, the internationally recognized early childhood curriculum framework, lies at the root of contemporary narrative assessment practices, and ...
  • Forever young: Childhoods, fairy tales and philosophy

    Tesar, Marek; Kupferman, David W.; Rodriguez, Sophia; Arndt, Sonja Kathrina (SAGE Publications (UK and US), 2016)
    Fairy tales play a substantial role in the shaping of childhoods. Developed into stories and played out in picture books, films and tales, they are powerful instruments that influence conceptions and treatments of the child ...
  • A more-than-social movement: The post-human condition of quality in the early years

    Arndt, Sonja Kathrina; Tesar, Marek (2016)
    This article explores quality in early childhood education by de-elevating the importance of the human subject and experience, and heightening instead a focus on and tensions with the post- human. The argument traces the ...