Margaret Sims
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Neoliberalism and early childhood
M Sims
Cogent Education 4 (1), 1365411, 2017
Children’s cortisol levels and quality of child care provision
M Sims, A Guilfoyle, TS Parry
Child: care, health and development 32 (4), 453-466, 2006
Conceptions of early childhood leadership: Driving new professionalism?
M Sims, R Forrest, A Semann, C Slattery
International Journal of Leadership in Education 18 (2), 149-166, 2015
Educational leadership: An evolving role in Australian early childhood settings
M Sims, M Waniganayake, DF Hadley
Educational Management Administration & Leadership 46 (6), 960-979, 2018
The performance of compliance in early childhood: Neoliberalism and nice ladies
M Sims, M Waniganayake
Global Studies of Childhood 5 (3), 333-345, 2015
What children's cortisol levels tell us about quality in childcare centres
M Sims, A Guilfoyle, T Parry
Australasian Journal of Early Childhood 30 (2), 29-39, 2005
Pedagogical work, stress regulation and work-related well-being among early childhood professionals in integrated special day-care groups
MA Nislin, NK Sajaniemi, M Sims, E Suhonen, EF Maldonado Montero, ...
European Journal of Special Needs Education 31 (1), 27-43, 2016
The Role of Staff in Quality Improvement in Early Childhood.
M Sims, M Waniganayake
Journal of Education and Training Studies 3 (5), 187-194, 2015
Is the Care–Education Dichotomy Behind Us?: Should It Be?
M Sims
Australasian Journal of Early Childhood 39 (4), 4-11, 2014
Occupational well-being and stress among early childhood professionals: the use of an innovative strategy to measure stress reactivity in the workplace
M Nislin, N Sajaniemi, M Sims, E Suhonen, EF Maldonado, S Hyttinen, ...
Open Review of Educational Research 3 (1), 1-17, 2016
Diversity: Beyond the nuclear family
S Saggers, M Sims
Family: Changing families, changing times, 66-87, 2005
Bullshit towers: Neoliberalism and managerialism in universities in Australia
M Sims
Peter Lang, 2020
Culturally strong childcare programs for Indigenous children, families and communities
A Guilfoyle, S Saggers, M Sims, T Hutchins
Australasian Journal of Early Childhood 35 (3), 68-76, 2010
Work demands and resources, stress regulation and quality of pedagogical work among professionals in Finnish early childhood education settings
M Nislin, N Sajaniemi, E Suhonen, M Sims, R Hotulainen, S Hyttinen, ...
Journal of Early Childhood Education Research 4 (1), 42-66, 2015
The experiences of grandparents who have limited or no contact with their grandchildren
M Sims, M Rofail
Journal of Aging Studies 27 (4), 377-386, 2013
Neoliberalism and new public management in an Australian university: The invisibility of our take-over
M Sims
Australian Universities' Review, The 61 (1), 22-30, 2019
Indigenous early learning and care
T Hutchins
Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth, 2008
Designing family support programs: Building children, family and community resilience
M Sims
Common Ground Publishing, 2002
Promoting children's social and emotional wellbeing in childcare centres within low socioeconomic areas: strategies, facilitators and challenges
E Davis, N Priest, B Davies, M Sims, L Harrison, H Herrman, E Waters, ...
Australasian Journal of Early Childhood 35 (3), 77-86, 2010
Migration and parenting: A pilot study
MR Sims, AK Omaji
Journal of Family Studies 5 (1), 84-96, 1999
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