zeynep isik-ercan
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In Pursuit of a New Perspective in the Education of Children of the Refugees: Advocacy for the" Family".
Z Isik-Ercan
Educational Sciences: Theory and Practice 12 (4), 3025-3038, 2012
Parental divorce and children from diverse backgrounds: Multidisciplinary perspectives on mental health, parent–child relationships, and educational experiences
T Demir-Dagdas, Z Isik-Ercan, S Intepe-Tingir, Y Cava-Tadik
Journal of Divorce & Remarriage 59 (6), 469-485, 2018
Looking at school from the house window: Learning from Turkish-American parents’ experiences with early elementary education in the United States
Z Isik-Ercan
Early Childhood Education Journal 38, 133-142, 2010
Being Muslim and American: Turkish-American children negotiating their religious identities in school settings
Z Isik-Ercan
Race Ethnicity and Education 18 (2), 225-250, 2015
Third spaces: Turkish immigrants and their children at the intersection of identity, schooling, and culture
Z Isik-Ercan
Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education 8 (3), 127-144, 2014
Reflection for meaning and action as an engine for professional development across multiple early childhood teacher education contexts
Z Isik-Ercan, K Perkins
Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education 38 (4), 342-354, 2017
‘We put on the glasses and Moon comes closer!’Urban Second Graders Exploring the Earth, the Sun and Moon Through 3D Technologies in a Science and Literacy Unit
Z Isik-Ercan, H Zeynep Inan, JA Nowak, B Kim
International Journal of Science Education 36 (1), 129-156, 2014
Multidisciplinary perspectives towards the education of young low-income immigrant children
Z Isik-Ercan, T Demir-Dagdas, H Cakmakci, Y Cava-Tadik, S Intepe-Tingir
Early Child Development and Care 187 (9), 1413-1432, 2017
‘You have 25 kids playing around!’: learning to implement inquiry-based science learning in an urban second-grade classroom
Z Isik-Ercan
International Journal of Science Education 42 (3), 329-349, 2020
Dispositional development as a form of continuous professional development: centre-based reflective practices with teachers of (very) young children
TJ Swim, Z Isik-Ercan
Early Years 33 (2), 172-185, 2013
Rethinking “parent involvement”: Perspectives of immigrant and refugee parents
Z Isik-Ercan
Occasional Papers Series 39, 68-83, 2018
“I Go to School Six Days a Week”: The Role of Cultural and Religious Practices Within Hybrid Turkish-American Communities in Supporting Academic and Socioemotional Growth
Z Isik-Ercan
Childhood Education 88 (5), 292-297, 2012
Challenging points of contact among supervisor, mentor teacher and teacher candidates: Conflicting institutional expectations
L Katz, Z Isik-Ercan
Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Programmes in Higher Education, 54-69, 2019
Culturally appropriate positive guidance with young children
Z Isik-Ercan
YC Young Children 72 (1), 15-22, 2017
Can 3D visualization assist in young children’s understanding of sun-earth-moon system?
Z Isik-Ercan, B Kim, J Nowak
International Journal of Knowledge Society Research (IJKSR) 3 (4), 12-21, 2012
Education of young Burmese refugees in the midwestern United States
Z Isik-Ercan
Oxford Monitor of Forced Migration 1 (1), 26-30, 2011
3D visualization in elementary education astronomy: teaching urban second graders about the sun, earth, and moon
Z Isik-Ercan, B Kim, J Nowak
Knowledge Management, Information Systems, E-Learning, and Sustainability …, 2010
Making sense of schooling, identity, and culture: Experiences of Turkish students and their parents
ZZ Isik-Ercan
The Ohio State University, 2009
Support networks among immigrant parents of young children: Assessing ecologies to inform outreach efforts
NM Edwards, Z Isik‐Ercan, HT Lu, L Sebti
Child & Family Social Work 29 (1), 167-184, 2024
Carving a Space for Clinical Practice Supervisors: Perspectives from Colored Lenses.
Z Isik-Ercan, HY Kang, A Rodgers
Professional Educator 42 (1), n1, 2017
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