|The role of home literacy and language environment on bilinguals' English and Spanish vocabulary development|
E Duursma, S Romero-Contreras, A Szuber, P Proctor, C Snow, D August, ...
Applied Psycholinguistics 28 (1), 171-190, 2007
|Reading aloud to children: the evidence|
E Duursma, M Augustyn, B Zuckerman
Archives of disease in childhood 93 (7), 554-557, 2008
|Predictors and outcomes of low-income fathers’ reading with their toddlers|
E Duursma, BA Pan, H Raikes
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 23 (3), 351-365, 2008
|Literacy development in elementary school second-language learners|
D August, C Snow, M Carlo, CP Proctor, AR de San Francisco, ...
Topics in Language Disorders 26 (4), 351-364, 2006
|Who’s reading to children in low‐income families? The influence of paternal, maternal and child characteristics|
E Duursma, BA Pan
Early Child Development and Care 181 (9), 1163-1180, 2011
|The effects of fathers' and mothers' reading to their children on language outcomes of children participating in early head start in the United States|
|Who does the reading, who the talking? Low-income fathers and mothers in the US interacting with their young children around a picture book|
First Language 36 (5), 465-484, 2016
|The impact of home literacy and family factors on screen media use among Dutch preteens|
E Duursma, A Meijer, K De Bot
Journal of Child and Family Studies 26 (2), 612-622, 2017
|A review of the current international evidence considering quality in early childhood education and care programmes–in delivery, pedagogy and child outcomes|
I Siraj, D Kingston, C Neilsen-Hewett, SJ Howard, E Melhuish, ...
NSW, Australia: Department of Education, 2017
|Parental bookreading practices among families in the Netherlands|
Journal of Early Childhood Literacy 14 (4), 435-458, 2014
|Measuring interactional quality in pre-school settings: introduction and validation of the Sustained Shared Thinking and Emotional Wellbeing (SSTEW) scale|
SJ Howard, I Siraj, EC Melhuish, D Kingston, C Neilsen-Hewett, ...
Early Child Development and Care, 1-14, 2018
|Fostering effective early learning study|
I Siraj, D Kingston, C Neilsen-Hewett, S Howard, E Melhuish, ...
Department of Education; NSW Government: Darlinghurst, Australia, 2017
|Fostering Effective Early Learning (FEEL) through a professional development programme for early childhood educators to improve professional practice and child outcomes in the …|
E Melhuish, SJ Howard, I Siraj, C Neilsen-Hewett, D Kingston, ...
Trials 17 (1), 602, 2016
|Fostering effective early learning (FEEL) study|
I Siraj, E Melhuish, SJ Howard, CM Neilsen-Hewett, D Kingston, ...
|Fostering Effective Early Learning (FEEL) Study-Final Report|
I Siraj, EC Melhuish, S Howard, C Neilsen-Hewett, D Kingston, ...
Early Start Research Institute, University of Wollongong, 2017
|Fostering Effective Early Learning: A review of the current international evidence considering quality in early childhood education and care programmes-in delivery, pedagogy …|
I Siraj, D Kingston, CM Neilsen-Hewett, SJ Howard, E Melhuish, ...
|Vaders en voorlezen|
Pedagogiek 31 (1), 29-52, 2011
|A Case Study of Bilingual and Monolingual Educators in Two Australian Early Childhood Settings.|
L Hayes, C Neilsen-Hewett, E Duursma
Asia-Pacific Journal of Research in Early Childhood Education 14 (1), 2020
|19 Early childhood education in the Netherlands|
Policification of Early Childhood Education and Care: Early Childhood …, 2019
|Teacher development and parent engagement in ECEC in the Netherlands|
E Duursma, P Leseman
Teachers' and Families' Perspectives in Early Childhood Education and Care …, 2019