Journal of Research in
Childhood Education

The Journal of Research in Childhood Education, a publication of the Association for Childhood Education International, features articles that advance knowledge and theory of the education of children. Consideration is given to reports of empirical research, theoretical articles, ethnographic and case studies, participant observation studies, and studies deriving data collected from naturalistic settings. The journal includes cross-cultural studies and those addressing international concerns.

Important to the purpose of this journal is interest in research designs that are integral to the research questions posed, as well as research designs endorsed by the scientific community. Further, the Journal seeks to stimulate the exchange of research ideas by publication of small-scale studies carried out in a variety of settings (homes, centers, classrooms, hospitals, and other community environments), and whose results are reported where appropriate with the inclusion of effect size information.

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Table of Contents
Volume 31, Number 2

Why All Teachers Matter: The Relationship Between Long-Term Teacher and Classroom Quality and Children’s Reading Achievement
Natalia Palacios

Differences in Kindergartners’ Participation and Regulation Strategies Across Time and Instructional Contexts
Carin Neitzel & Lisa Connor

Exploring the Relationship Between Global Quality and Group Engagement in Toddler Child Care Classrooms
Alison Hooper & Rena Hallam

Pupils’ Fear in the Classroom: Portraits From Palestine and England
Eleanore Hargreaves & Saida Affouneh

Information Sharing on Children’s Literacy Learning in the Transition From Swedish Preschool to School
Tarja Alatalo, Joanna Meier, & Elisabeth Frank

Early Childhood Education: The Long-Term Benefits
Linda Bakken, Nola Brown, & Barry Downing

Assessing Birth to Age 5 Teaching Methods at a University Laboratory School
Alice H. Hall, John G. Peden, & Trent W. Maurer

Impact of Culture Context on Perceptions of Arab and Jewish Early Childhood Education Students Regarding Early Childhood Education and Care
Gila Russo Zimet & Itzhak Gilat

Detecting Preschool Language Impairment and Risk of Developmental Dyslexia
Turid Helland, Lise Øen Jones, & Wenche Helland