Refereed Journal Articles

Published / Accepted

Knight, L., & Cumming, T. (2014). Troubling dissemination: Experimentations with the salon as conference event. Cultural Studies – Critical Methodologies 14(6).

Fenton, A., Walsh, K., Wong, S. & Cumming, T. (in press). Using strengths-based approaches in early years practice and research. International Journal of Early Childhood.

Cumming, T. (in press). Challenges of ‘thinking differently’ with rhizoanalytic approaches: A reflexive account. International Journal of Research & Method in Education.

*Cumming, T., Sumsion, J., & Wong, S. (2013). Reading between the lines: An interpretative meta-analysis of ways early childhood educators negotiate discourses and subjectivities informing practice. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 14(3), 223-240. doi:/10.2304/ciec.2013.14.3.223

*Cumming, T., & Wong, S. (2012). Professionals don’t play: Challenges for early childhood educators working in a transdisciplinary early intervention team. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 37(1), 127-135.

*Wong, S., & Cumming, T. (2010). “Family Day Care is for normal kids”: Facilitators and barriers to the inclusion of children with disabilities in Family Day Care. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 35(3), 4-12.

*To read these publications visit: http://researchoutput.csu.edu.au/R?func=search-advanced-go&file_format_code=WEX%20&local_base=GEN01-CSU01&mode=1&find_code1=WID&request1=11454518

Reports

Published

Cumming, T., & Wong, S.M. (2008). SDN PlayLinks. Dimensions of a relationships-based service. The fifth of eight reports investigating SDN’s Child, Family and Children’s Services Programs. SDN Children’s Services: Sydney.

Cumming, T., & Wong, S.M. (2008). An evaluation of SDN’s Inclusion Support Agencies: Exploring strengths-based approaches to inclusion support. The sixth of eight reports investigating SDN’s Child, Family and Children’s Services Programs. SDN Children’s Services: Sydney.

Wong, S.M., & Cumming, T. (2008). Setting the context. An introduction to the investigation of SDN’s Child, Family and Children’s Services Programs including methodological considerations. The first of eight reports investigating SDN’s Child, Family and Children’s Services Programs. SDN Children’s Services: Sydney.

Wong, S.M., & Cumming, T. (2008). Practice grounded in theory. The theoretical and philosophical underpinnings of SDN’s Child, Family and Children’s Services Programs. The second of eight reports investigating SDN’s Child, Family and Children’s Services Programs. SDN Children’s Services: Sydney.

Wong, S.M., & Cumming T. (2008), An evaluation of SDN’s Child and Family Resource Centre. The third of eight reports investigating SDN’s Child, Family and Children’s Services Programs. SDN Children’s Services: Sydney.

Wong, S.M., & Cumming, T. (2008). SDN Early Learning Program: A case study. The fourth of eight reports investigating SDN’s Child, Family and Children’s Services Programs. SDN Children’s Services: Sydney.

Wong, S.M., & Cumming, T. (2008). Breaking down the barriers: An investigation into the factors that impact upon the successful inclusion of children with disabilities in family day care. The seventh of eight reports investigating SDN’s Child, Family and Children’s Services Programs. SDN Children’s Services: Sydney.

Wong, S.M., & Cumming, T. (2008). SDN’s embedded research team. Practitioners’ perspectives. The eighth of eight reports investigating SDN’s Child, Family and Children’s Services Programs. SDN Children’s Services: Sydney.

To read these reports, please visit: http://www.sdn.org.au/research-resources/research-publications/

Unpublished

Cumming, T. (2008). AIR planning: Researching and resourcing professional practice in SDN’s ISAs. SDN Children’s Services: Sydney.

Professional Publications

Cumming, T., Forder, A., & Wong, S. (2008). Inclusion in family day care. Jigsaw, 48, 19–20.

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