New Zealand student master theses relevant to young children's care, health, and education are listed here.
Adams-Smith, Patricia (2002). An exploration of issues of primary health services for Taranaki Te Atiawa children based on the expectations and perceptions of their female caregivers. M.A. Thesis in Nursing. Victoria University.
Aitken, Helen (2005). Participating in an early childhood community of practice: The experiences of a group of newly qualified teachers. M.Ed. Thesis. University of Waikato.
Allan, Barbara (1999). Identifying giftedness in early childhood settings. M.Ed. Thesis. Massey University.
Archard, Simon (2012). Democracy through the use of information and communication technology (ICT) in an early childhood setting : a case study. M.Ed. thesis. University of Waikato
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