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Theodotou, E. 2017. Supporting personal and social development through child-led art projects in the early year settings. Early Child Development and Care. 189 (11), pp. 1889-1900. https://doi.org/10.1080/03004430.2017.1418739
Theodotou, E. 2019. Examining Literacy Development Holistically using the Play and Learn through the Arts (PLA) Programme: A Case Study. Early Child Development and Care. 189 (3), pp. 488-499. https://doi.org/10.1080/03004430.2017.1326914
Theodotou, E. 2017. Literacy as a social practice in the early years settings and the effects of the arts: A case study. International Journal of Early Years Education. 25 (2), pp. 143-155. https://doi.org/10.1080/09669760.2017.1291332
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Theodotou, E. 2015. Can we play again with Picasso Miss? The effects of the arts in children’s involvement during literacy activities in the Early Years Settings: A case study in the Greek context. in: Proceedings of The 3rd International Academic Conference on Social Sciences The International Institute for Academic Development. pp. 16-27
Theodotou, E. 2014. Early years education: are young students intrinsically or
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Theodotou, E. and Kaitsa-Kulovana, Helena 2012. Virtual learning Examination of ICT as beneficial tools for children’s social development. in: Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference “eRA-7” Piraeus, Greece Hellenic Educational Society. pp. 44-51
Theodotou, E. 2010. Using computers in early years education: What are the effects on children’s development? Some suggestions concerning beneficial computer practice. in: Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference “eRA-5” Piraeus Hellenic Educational Society. pp. 438-442