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About this book
This book is a collected volume that brings together research from authors working in cross-disciplinary academic areas including early childhood, linguistics and education, and draws on the shared interests of the authors, namely understanding children’s interactions and the co-production of knowledge in everyday communication. The collection of studies explores children’s interactions with teachers, families and peers, showing how knowledge and learning are co-created, constructed and evident in everyday experiences.
Childhood studies Conversation analysis Early childhood education Education in Australia Education in Sweden Epistemics Knowledge-in-action Language in early childhood Mathematics knowledge in early childhood New Zealand education Sociology of childhood bilingual primary classrooms children's contribution to learning digital literacy in early childhood early childhood curriculum frameworks ethnomethodological frameworks membership categorisation analysis methodology of conversation analysis peer relationships and children quality of learning interactions