Early Childhood Australia National Conference 2016

AJEC Symposium


Australasian Journal of Early Childhood Research Symposium, 5 October 2016

program at a glance

‘Whose knowledge is it anyway? Pushing the evidence base in early childhood research’

The AJEC Research Symposium is scheduled the day before the conference and all interested participants are encouraged to attend the symposium for opportunities to share innovative research methodologies, findings and research with cutting edge partnerships and collaborations.

The Australasian Journal of Early Childhood (AJEC) is Australasia’s foremost scholarly journal and the world’s longest-running major journal within the early childhood field. Published quarterly, AJEC offers research-based articles that are designed to impart new information and encourage the critical exchange of ideas among early childhood practitioners, academics and students.

The research symposium will be interactive and includes:

  • an invited panel of researchers who will offer provocations for researchers and interested stakeholders to discuss and question the theme
  • round tables of three research papers per session for sharing, discussing, and debating research evidence, theoretical perspectives and methods. Papers should address the theme
  • a Q&A forum to bring together the diversity of discussion, and to develop a directed action agenda

We welcome participants including postgraduate students, academics, researchers and practitioners at all levels from around the world to come together to share cutting-edge knowledge and forge research networks in Australasia and beyond.

Cost: $95 per person
Venue: Charles Darwin University
Room: Mal Nairn Auditorium
Time: 8.45 am – 4.00 pm

Please note: Tickets can be purchased online during the conference registration process.

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