Publications: Hesterman, Sandra
Hesterman, S. (2015) Parent perceptions of a Reggio Emilia-inspired Middle School. Education and Society, 33 (1). pp. 77-96.
Lee-Hammond, L., Hesterman, S. and Knaus, M. (2015) What’s in your refrigerator? Children’s views on equality, work, money and access to food. International Journal of Early Childhood, 47 (3). pp. 367-384.
Hesterman, S. (2014) Policy into practice: Implementing the early years learning framework for Australia from a Western Australian perspective. In: Reed, M. and Walker, R., (eds.) A Critical Companion to Early Childhood. SAGE Publications Ltd, Singapore, pp. 240-249.
Hesterman, S. and Boase-Jelinek, D. (2013) Designing, developing and evaluating authentic online educational assessment. In: Teaching and Learning Forum 2013: Design, develop, evaluate - The core of the learning environment, 7 - 8 February 2013, Murdoch University, Murdoch, W.A
Hesterman, S. (2013) Early childhood designs for multiliteracies learning. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, 36 (3). pp. 158-168.
Gardiner, V., Cumming-Potvin, W. and Hesterman, S. (2013) Professional learning in a scaffolded 'multiliteracies book club': Transforming primary teacher participation. Issues in Educational Research, 23 (3). pp. 357-374.
Gardiner, V., Cumming-Potvin, W. and Hesterman, S. (2012) Transforming professional learning: Scaffolding primary school teachers in a multiliteracies book club. In: 27th Annual Research Forum (Western Australian Institute for Educational Research Inc) Transforming practice: The value of educational research, 11 August 2012, University of Notre Dame, Fremantle, Western Australia
Hesterman, S. (2011) A Contested Space: the dialogic intersection of ICT, multiliteracies, and early childhood. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 12 (4). p. 349.
Hesterman, S. (2011) Crossing cultural interface between early childhood education and Child-Care services. In: 21st European Conference on the Quality of Early Childhood Education: Education from birth: Research, practices and educational policy, 14 - 17 September 2011, Lausanne, Geneva, Switzerland
Hesterman, S. (2011) Extending Reggio Emilia principles in the middle school context: A Western Australian case study. Educational Practice and Theory, 33 (1). pp. 73-91.
Hesterman, S. (2011) Happiness in the middle school years. In: 26th Annual Research Forum (Western Australian Institute for Educational Research Inc) Educational Possibilities, 13 August 2011, University of Notre Dame, Fremantle, Western Australia
Hesterman, S. (2011) Multiliterate Star Warians: The force of popular culture and ICT in early learning. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 36 (4). pp. 86-95.
Hesterman, S. (2010) The Willy Wagtail Tale: ICT, multiliteracies and community connections. In: AARE 2010, 28 November - 2nd December 2010, University of Melbourne, Melbourne.
Hesterman, S. (2009) The Willy Wagtail Tale: ICT, multiliteracies and community connections. In: V International Conference on Multimedia and ICT in education, 22 - 24 April 2009, Lisbon, Portugal.
Hesterman, S. (2009) The willy wagtail tale: Knowledge management and e-learning enriching multiliteracies in the early years. Knowledge Management and E-Learning, 1 (4). pp. 251-268.
Hesterman, S. (2008) Early childhood designs for multiliterate techno tikes. In: 18th European Conference on the Quality of Early Childhood Education, 3 - 6 September 2008, Stavanger, Norway
Hesterman, S. (2008) Early childhood designs for multiliterate techno tikes. In: Western Australian Institute for Educational Research Forum 2008, 9 August 2008, Edith Cowan University, Mount Lawley
Hesterman, S. (2008) Star Wars project. In: Yelland, N., Lee-Hammond, L., O'Rouke, M. and Harrison, C., (eds.) Rethinking Learning in Early Childhood Education. Open University Press/McGraw-Hill Education, New York, USA, pp. 74-80.
Hesterman, S. (2006) Star Wars project. In: Symposium presentation for INdustry Partners (IBM, ANSN etc.) on ARC Funded Research Project (LP0348656): A Pedagogy for Multiliteracies with ICT in ECE, 20 July 2006, Melbourne, VIC.