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264 – Positive outcomes for allied health professionals: Working together to support children with multifaceted needs

Michelle Brown, ORS Group, Australia (Michelle.Brown@orsgroup.com.au) Siana Heath, ORS Group, Australia (Siana.Heath@orsgroup.com.au) Erin Bowcock, ORS Group, Australia (Erin.Bowcock@orsgroup.com.au) Chris Barnett, ORS Group, Australia (Chris.Barnett@orsgroup.com.au)

265 – Mobile Kindy Fiji: Changing the face of early childhood development in the Pacific, one community at a time

Analesi Tuicaumia, Director of Child Benefit Fiji and Mobile Kindy, Fiji (analesi@childbenefitfiji.com) Temesia Tuicaumia, Education Specialist, Fiji (temesia.edu@gmail.com) Rachel Spackman, DFAT New Colombo Plan Scholar ...

266 – “Blast off”: Children’s cognition and imagination about the solar system through Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) based play

Shukla Sikder, Charles Sturt University, Australia(ssikder@csu.edu.au)

267 – Leading as a socially-just practice within early childhood education

Leanne Gibbs, Charles Sturt University, Australia (lgibbs@csu.edu.au)

268 – Parents’ perspectives on ECEC and family wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic in Victoria, Australia

Penny Levickis, The University of Melbourne, Australia (penny.levickis@unimelb.edu.au) Lisa Murray, The University of Melbourne, Australia (lisa.murray1@unimelb.edu.au) Lynn Lee-Pang, The University of Melbourne, Australia (liee@unimelb.edu.au) Patricia ...

269 – Indigenous culture promotes children’s STEAM learning through play in early childhood education settings

Shukla Sikder, Charles Sturt University, Australia (ssikder@csu.edu.au) Courtney Glazebrook, Charles Sturt University, Australia (cglazebrook@csu.edu.au) Muhammad Alamgir Hossain, Macquarie University, Australia (muhammad.hossain1@students.mq.edu.au)

270 – LEARN: Essential elements of museum education programs for young children

Sarah Young, REEaCH Centre, Melbourne Graduate School of Education, The University of Melbourne, Australia (sry@unimelb.edu.au) Patricia Eadie, REEaCH Centre, Melbourne Graduate School of Education, The ...

271 – Playing with digital toys can be part of children’s imaginative play-worlds

Kristín Dýrfjörð, University of Akureyri (dyr@unak.is)

272 – Conceptualisations of wellbeing in early childhood education and care: Where is literacy?

Lisa Baker, University of Melbourne, Australia (lisa.baker@unimelb.edu.au)

273 – Followership and following practices in early childhood education

Melinda Brooker, Charles Sturt University, Australia (mbrooker@csu.edu.au)

274 – A literature review on understanding children’s (5 to 12 years) 21st century skills development through STEM education

Mohammad Alamgir Hossain, Charles Sturt University, Australia (mohossain@csu.edu.au) Lena Danaia, Charles Sturt University, Australia (LDanaia@csu.edu.au) Shukla Sikder, Charles Sturt University, Australia (ssikder@csu.edu.au)

275 – Influences on bilingual speech development: A longitudinal Vietnamese-English case study

Kate Margetson, Charles Sturt University, Australia (kmargetson@csu.edu.au) Sharynne McLeod, Charles Sturt University, Australia (smcleod@csu.edu.au) Sarah Verdon, Charles Sturt University, Australia (sverdon@csu.edu.au)

276 – Assessing the validity of FOCUS-ÍS: A parent report questionnaire of functional communication development of 4-year-old children

Ösp Vilberg Baldursdóttir, University of Iceland, Iceland (ovb2@hi.is) Thora Másdóttir, University of Iceland, Iceland (tm@hi.is) Kathryn Crowe, University of Iceland, Iceland; Charles Sturt University, Australia ...

277 – Little architects develop STEM concepts through block play: An analysis of everyday play using cultural-historical lens

Anamika Devi, RMIT University, Australia (anamika.devi@rmit.edu.au) Shukla Sikder, Charles Sturt University, Australia (ssikder@csu.edu.au) Wendy Goff, RMIT University, Australia (wendy.goff@rmit.edu.au)

278 – Enhancing language development in early education

Kathryn Marrington, Goodstart Early Learning, Australia (kmarrington@goodstart.org.au) Tiffany Noble, Goodstart Early Learning, Australia (tnoble@goodstart.org.au) Annie McAuley, TalkiPlay, Australia (annie@talkiplay.com) Penny Markham, Goodstart Early Learning, Australia ...

279 – Sustainable development through STEM in early childhood education: A narrative analysis using cultural-historical theory

Sabira Sultana, Charles Sturt University, Australia (ssultana@csu.edu.au) Lena Danaia, Charles Sturt University, Australia (LDanaia@csu.edu.au) Shukla Sikder, Charles Sturt University, Australia (ssikder@csu.edu.au)

280 – Educator networks enhancing children’s transition to school in rural areas

Jessamy Davies, Charles Sturt University, Australia (jdavies@csu.edu.au)

281 – Partnering with families to pursue Sustainable Development Goals: Screening for unmet social needs in paediatric speech-language pathology

Lauren Hamill, Sydney Children’s Hospital, Australia (Lauren.Hamill@health.nsw.gov.au) Anna Kearns, Sydney Children’s Hospital, Australia (Anna.Kearns@health.nsw.gov.au) Meghan Hesse, Sydney Children’s Hospital, Australia (Meghan.Hesse@health.nsw.gov.au) Daina Frederick, Sydney Children’s ...

283 – Children’s voices matter

Kate Beveridge, City of Greater Dandenong, Australia (kate.beveridge@cgd.vic.gov.au)

285 – Working together to develop the Early Childhood Hearing and talking Observations (ECHO) checklist with and for early childhood educators

Isabel O’Keeffe, National Acoustic Laboratories, Australia (isabel.okeeffe@nal.gov.au) Sanna Hou, National Acoustic Laboratories, Australia (sanna.hou@nal.gov.au) Michelle Saetre-Turner, Dyslexia-SPELD Foundation (michellesaetre-turner@dsf.net.au) Carmen Kung, National Acoustic Laboratories, Australia ...

288 – Supporting children’s recovery from bushfires

Nicole McGill, Charles Sturt University, Australia (nmcgill@csu.edu.au) Michael Curtin, Charles Sturt University, Australia (mcurtin@csu.edu.au) Julia A. White, Royal Far West, Australia (juliaw@royalfarwest.org.au) Sarah Eagland, Royal ...

289 – Effectiveness of personalised intervention on phonological awareness, alphabetic principle and rapid automated naming (RAN) in a bilingual child with reading difficulties

Juana Muñoz López, University of Granada (CIMCYC-UGR), Spain (jmunoz@ugr.es) Laura Herrera Leyva, Speech-language pathologist, Spain(lauraherreralogopedia@mail.com) Dunia Garrido del Águila, University of Granada, Spain (duniag@ugr.es)

290 – How does home language environment impact 4- to 6-year-old Chinese children’s reading comprehension?

Daoyue Wang, Shanghai Normal University, China (paloma_wong@163.com) Linhui Li, Shanghai Normal University, China (lhli@shnu.edu.cn)

291 – Upskilling Community Champions to support service access

Nazish Khan, Merri Health, Australia (nazish.khan@merrihealth.org.au) Kat Thorn, Merri Health, Australia (kat.thorn@merrihealth.org.au)

292 – Professional development of rural preschool teachers in a rural kindergarten in Jiangsu Province, China

Yuting Yin, Shanghai Normal University, China (18136238083@163.com)

293 – Amplifying children’s voice on children’s rights in the Indonesian context

Elga Andriana, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia (elga.andriana@ugm.ac.id) Ririn Yuniasih, Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology, Indonesia (ririn.yuniasih@gmail.com) Laila Ningtyas, Early Childhood Care and Development ...

294 – A photovoice study of emotional dynamics in Indonesian children with dyslexia

Pahru Rozi, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia (pahrurozi@mail.ugm.ac.id Agnes Angelina Paramita, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia (agnesangelina01@mail.ugm.ac.id) Argya Zahra Rapul Hanisi, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia (argyarhanisi@mail.ugm.ac.id) Nadia ...

296 – WITHDRAWN – Analysis of 30 childcare policy texts from provincial governments in China under the three-child policy

Yingxin Bai, Shanghai Normal University, China (beryl19970711@126.com ) Cong Wei, Shanghai Normal university, China (snuweicong@163.com )

297 – Being Aboriginal: Australian Aboriginal children’s voices during the early years of school

Lysa Dealtry, Charles Sturt University, Australia (ldealtry@csu.edu.au)

298 – From ‘I like talking to my Mammy’ to ‘I don’t talk at school’: Understanding the lives of children with speech sound disorders using mixed methods

Clare Carroll, University of Galway, Ireland (c.carroll@universityofgalway.ie) Rena Lyons, University of Galway, Ireland (rena.lyons@universityofgalway.ie) Mary Larkin, University of Galway, Ireland (m.larkin13@universityofgalway.ie) Mary-Pat O’Malley, University of ...
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