Research Publications for Jenny R Ritchie
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Ritchie, J. R. (2001). Implementing a bicultural curriculum: Some considerations. Early Childhood Folio, 5, 23-26.
Ritchie, J. R. (2001). Collaborative Research in Early Childhood Care and Education: Some Issues and Reflections from Recent Experience. New Zealand Research in Early Childhood Education, 4, 133-138.
Ritchie, J. (2000). Three cheers for early childhood - care, community and collectivism as strategies against market forces. In Seventh Early Childhood Convention Proceedings Vol. Vol. II (pp. 324-333). Conference held at Nelson.
Ritchie, J. (2000). Critical questions: implementing a bicultural commitment in early childhood teacher education. Australian Journal of Research in Early Childhood, 7(1), 1-12.
Ritchie, J., & Carr, M. A. (2000). Collaborative research in early childhood care and education: some issues and reflections from recent experience. In 4th New Zealand Early Childhood Research Symposium. Conference held at Hamilton.
Ritchie, J. (2000). Commitment, confidence, competence, collegiality and critical analysis: Dilemmas in preparing preservice teachers to deliver bicultural early childhood programmes in Aotearoa/New Zealand. In NZARE. Conference held at Hamilton.
Ritchie, J. R. (1999). The use of Te Reo Maori in Early Childhood Centres. Early Education, 20, 13-22.
Ritchie, J. (1998). Challenges for higher education: academic success for indigenous students. In AERA Symposium. Conference held at San Diego.
Ritchie, J. (1998). Collectivism as a strategy in Early Childhood Education in Aotearoa/New Zealand. In Reconceptualising Early Childhood Conference.. Conference held at Hawaii.
Ritchie, J. (1998). Critical questions: implementing a bicultural commitment in early childhood teacher education. In ARECE Conference.. Conference held at Canberra.