Abstract: Around age three, First Nations children in remote communities in Australia undertake a major transition from the home to formal schooling. This very important period of child development is typically monitored by non-First Nations educators. Yet these educators typically know little about First Nations child development of children aged birth to seven. The purpose of this review is to demonstrate the importance of describing the process of acquiring social and cultural practices that enable a child to become a dynamic, knowledgeable participant in a First Nations context from a strengths perspective.
Holmes, Catherine Claire, 2020, Infancia, juego y escolaridad: una revisión bibiliográfica en Australia (Childhood, play and school: A literature review in Australia), Volume:13, Journal Article, viewed 05 December 2023, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=22808.