In 2014, amid Christine’s professional learning and personal goals was the aspiration to have some of her research and work published. So, in December, after an absolutely huge year of scholarship writing and presenting Christine then went on to submit an article to the New Zealand Journal of Teachers’ Work to gage their interest. As you can imagine they were very interested and asked Christine to re-submit her work using their format.
Christine’s work was accepted and then peer reviewed and now after almost a year of anticipation, Christine’s article Drawing. The Universal Language of Children has been published and is available to read online.
I have asked Christine for permission to share this work with you, Mairtown’s readers and blog followers. I know for many of you Christine’s writing is highly regarded. This article provides another opportunity to glimpse into the mind and passion of an incredibly motivated, mindful and communicative early childhood professional. Zair, Susie, Donna, Sarah and myself feel truly fortunate to work alongside Christine, we are incredibly proud of her ongoing achievements. I hope this article ignites your thinking too.
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