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Article

Howard, S J, Siraj, I, Melhuish, E C, Kingston, D, Neilsen-Hewett, C, Rosnay, M, Duursma, E and Luu, B (2018) Measuring interactional quality in pre-school settings: Introduction and validation of the Sustained Shared Thinking and Emotional Wellbeing (SSTEW) scale. Early Child Development and Care. ISSN 0300-4430 (Accepted)

Kingston, Denise and Siraj, Iram (2017) Supporting the implementation of the foundation phase through effective professional development. Wales Journal of Education, 19 (1). pp. 39-68. ISSN 2059-3708

Melhuish, Edward, Howard, Steven J, Sira, Iram, Neilsen-Hewett, Cathrine, Kingston, Denise, de Rosnay, Marc, Duursma, Elisabeth and Luu, Betty (2016) Fostering Effective Early Learning (FEEL) through a professional development programme for early childhood educators to improve professional practice and child outcomes in the year before formal schooling: study protocol for a cluster randomised controlled trial. Trials, 17. a602. ISSN 1745-6215

Kingston, Denise (2004) Starting with inclusion: the East Sussex inclusion strategy and training for early years and childcare. Educational and Child Psychology, 21 (2). pp. 80-95. ISSN 0267-1611

Book Section

Kingston, Denise and Price, Mark (2012) Promoting equality and inclusion. In: Edmund, Nadia and Price, Mark (eds.) Integrated Working with Children and Young People : Supporting Development from Birth to Nineteen. Sage, London. ISBN 9780857027825

Kingston, Denise and Melvin, Jane (2012) Quality and effectiveness in working with children and young people. In: Edmund, Nadia and Price, Mark (eds.) Integrated working with children and young people: supporting development from birth to nineteen. SAGE Publications, London, pp. 60-78. ISBN 9780857027818

Kingston, Denise and Price, Mark (2012) Supporting transitions. In: Edmond, Nadia and Price, Mark (eds.) Integrated working with children and young people: supporting development from birth to nineteen. SAGE Publications, London, pp. 196-216. ISBN 9780857027818

Reports and working papers

Siraj, Iram, Melhuish, Edward, Howard, Steven, Neilsen-Hewett, Catherine, Kingston, Denise, de Rosnay, Marc, Duursma, Elisabeth, Feng, Xiaoqi and Luu, Betty (2018) Fostering effective early learning (FEEL) study. Project Report. NSW Department of Education, Australia., Australia.

Siraj, Iram, Kingston, Denise, Neilsen-Hewett, Catherine, Howard, Steven, Melhuish, Edward, de Rosnay, Marc, Duursma, Elisabeth and Luu, Betty (2017) Fostering effective early learning. A review of the current international evidence considering quality in early childhood education and care programmes - in delivery, pedagogy and child outcomes. Other. NSW Department of Education, Australia.

Siraj, I, Cheeseman, S, Kingston, D and Lysaght, P (2016) Quality interactions study final report. Project Report. NSW Department of Education, Australia.

Siraj, Iram and Kingston, Denise (2015) An independent review of the Scottish Early Learning and Childcare (ELC) workforce and Out of School Care (OSC) workforce. Project Report. Scottish Government, Edinburgh.

Siraj, Iram and Kingston, Denise (2014) Findings from the FP stocktake Sept 2013 - March 2014: policy implications. Project Report. Institute of Education, University of London.

Conference or Workshop Item

Neilsen-Hewett, C, Siraj, I, Kingston, D, Howard, S, Melhuish, T, Duursma, E, de Rosnay, M and Luu, B (2017) Fostering effective early learning educators’ perspectives of the leadership for learning: professional development program designed to enhance early childhood pedagogy and practice. In: Symposium presentation University of Wollongong, 28 September 2017, NSW, Australia.

Kingston, Denise (2017) Quality improvement: effective relational and intentional pedagogy. Introducing the sustained shared thinking and emotional wellbeing (SSTEW) scale. In: Closed conference/ training workshop, 26-28 Jan; 30-31 March; 1 April 2017, North Yorkshire LA: Harrogate.

Kingston, Denise (2017) Quality improvement: effective relational and intentional pedagogy. introducing the sustained shared thinking and emotional wellbeing (SSTEW) scale and ensuring inter-rater reliability. In: Closed conference for researchers considering using the SSTEW Scale, 9 - 11 January, 2017, Germany: University of Berlin.

Kingston, Denise (2016) Supporting children’s thinking and learning. Sustained shared thinking and emotional wellbeing. In: Annual National Day Nurseries Association (NDNA) Conference, 1 July 2016, Milton Keynes.

Kingston, Denise (2015) Evaluating improvement using ECERS: a case study of a targeted training intervention in private, voluntary and independent pre-schools in one local authority. In: EARLI Conference 2015: Towards a Reflective Society: synergies between learning, teaching and research. 16th EARLI Biennial Conference, 28 August 2015, Limassol, Cyprus.

Kingston, Denise (2015) Sustained shared thinking and Emotional Wellbeing (SSTEW) Scale. In: Nursery World Two Year Olds Conference. The Drive for High Quality Provision, 2 July, 2015, London: Nursery World.

Kingston, Denise (2015) How the SSTEW Scale supports quality. In: Every Child Matters Conference 4Children, 10 March, 2015, London.

Book

Siraj, Iram, Kingston, Denise and Melhuish, Edward C (2015) Assessing quality in early childhood education and care: sustained Shared Thinking and Emotional Wellbeing (SSTEW) Scale for 2 – 5 year olds provision. IOE Press, London. ISBN 9781858566580

Colwell, Jennifer, Beaumont, Helen, Bradford, Helen, Canavan, Julie, Cook, Emma, Kingston, Denise, Linklater, Holly, Lynch, Sue, McDonald, Catriona, Nutkins, Sheila, Ottewell, Sarah, Randall, Chris and Waller, Tim (2015) Reflective teaching in early education. Bloomsbury Academic, London. ISBN 9781441177988

Booth, Tony, Ainscow, Mel and Kingston, Denise (2006) Index for inclusion: developing learning, participation and play in early years and childcare. Centre for studies on inclusive education, Bristol.

Thesis

Kingston, Denise Jane (2017) A mixed methods study: evaluating the impact of a bespoke professional development based on an analysis of existing quality in one local authority. Doctoral thesis (PhD), UCL, London.

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