Research Publications for Sara J B Archard
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Archard, S. (2017). Nice weather we’re having – The place of ‘Chat’ in nurturing learning relationships between student-teachers and lecturers in online initial teacher education programmes. In 2017 Annual Learning and Teaching Conference. Conference held at the University of York, York, United Kingdon.
Archard, S. J. B. (2016). The place and space for humour in online initial teacher education programmes. In Humour 1st Global Meeting. Conference held at Mansfield College, Oxford, UK.
Archard, S., & Archard, S. (2016). Jessica connects: A case study focussing on one child’s use of information and communication technology (ICT) in an early childhood education setting. In V. Sharma, & A. Brink (Eds.), Childhood Through The Looking Glass (pp. 129-139). Oxford, United Kingdom: Inter-Disciplinary Press.
Archard, S., & Archard, S. (2016). Voices of Playgroup: Connecting pedagogy and understandings of early childhood education. Early Childhood Folio, 20(1), 20-24. doi:10.18296/ecf.0019
Edwards, R., & Archard, S. J. B. (2015). Introducing e-portfolios in initial teacher education courses: A tale of two lecturers. In WCELfest 2015, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Archard, S. J. B., & Archard, S. (2015). A diversity of digital smartness: A case study of children's uses of information and communication technology in an early childhood education setting. In N. Wright, & D. Forbes (Eds.), Digital Smarts: Enhancing Learning & Teaching (pp. 27-40). Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research.
Archard, S. J. B. (2015). A pedagogy of listening: Relational connectedness in one online initial teacher education programme. In 2nd Aotearoa New Zealand Childhood Studies Colloquium. University of Otage, Dunedin.
Archard, S. J. B., & Archard, S. (2014). Where are all the kids then?. In Early Childhood Education Symposium. Conference held at Waikato University School of Management, Hillcrest Road, Hamilton.
Mitchell, L., Meagher-Lundberg, P., Caulcutt, T., Taylor, M., Archard, S., Kara, H., & Paki, V. (2014). ECE Participation Programme Evaluation. Delivery of ECE participation initiatives:
Stage 2. New Zealand: Ministry of Education. Retrieved from http://www.educationcounts.govt.nz/publications/ECE/148513
Archard, S. J. (2014). Feeling connected: A sense of belonging and social presence in an online community of learners. International Journal of Cyber Ethics in Education, 3(2), 16-28.