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2019

Musgrave, Jackie (2019). The Use of Observations in Early Childhood Research. In: Brown, Zeta and Perkins, Helen eds. Beyond the Conventional: Using innovative methods in early years research., Volume 1. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 188–201.

Musgrave, Jackie and Levy, Rachael (2019). Including Children with Chronic Health Conditions in Early Childhood Education and Care Settings. Journal of Early Childhood Research (Early Access). file

Musgrave, Jackie (2019). Reflexivity in Research. In: Brown, Zeta and Perkins, Helen eds. Beyond the Conventional: Using innovative methods in early years research., Volume 1. Abingdon: Routledge.

2018

Prowle, Alison and Musgrave, Jackie (2018). Utilising strengths in families and communities to support children’s learning and wellbeing. In: Cheeseman, Sandra and Walker, Rosie eds. Pedagogies for Leading Practice. Thinking About Pedagogy in Early Childhood Education. London: Routledge.

Musgrave, Jackie (2018). The role of practitioners in supporting children's health and wellbeing. Parenta(41) pp. 12–13.

Musgrave, Jackie (2018). Supporting Children's Health and Wellbeing Masterclass Interview. In: Brodie, Kathy ed. Interviews from the SAGE Early Years Masterclass 2018. London: Sage, pp. 52–62.

2017

Musgrave, Jackie (2017). Supporting Children's Health and Wellbeing. London: Sage.

Musgrave, Jackie; Savin-Baden, Maggi and Stobbs, Nicola eds. (2017). Studying for Your Early Years Degree: Skills and knowledge for becoming an effective early years practitioner. Early Years. St Albans: Critical Publishing.

Musgrave, Jackie (2017). Introduction in Studying for Your Early Years Degree: skills and knowledge for becoming an effective practitioner. In: Musgrave, Jackie; Savin-Baden, Maggi and Stobbs, Nicola eds. Studying for Your Early Years Degree: skills and knowledge for becoming an effective practitioner. St Albans: Critical Publishing, pp. 1–9.

2015

Musgrave, Jackie and Stobbs, Nicola (2015). Early Years Placements: A Critical Guide to Outstanding Work-based Learning. Early Years. Northwich: Critical Publishing.

2014

Musgrave, Jackie (2014). Supporting children with chronic medical conditions in the Early Years Foundation Stage: a case for discrimination? In: TACTYC 2014 Conference and AGM, 1 Nov 2014, Birmingham, UK, TACTYC. file

Musgrave, Jackie (2014). How Do Practitioners Create Inclusive Environments For Children With Chronic Health Conditions? An Exploratory Case Study. EdD thesis. University of Sheffield. file

Stobbs, Nicola and Musgrave, Jackie (2014). Does our preparation of early years students for work-based learning (WBL) align with practitioners’ expectations? In: TACTYC 2014 Conference Successful Pedagogy: Advocating for strong evidence to support early learning, 1 Nov 2014, Birmingham, UK. file

2013

Musgrave, Jackie (2013). Research Brief: working in partnership with parents to create inclusive environments for children, aged 0-3 years, with chronic health conditions: parents’ perspectives. In: TACTYC Conference & AGM 2013 - The Early Years Continuum: Exploring And Valuing High Quality Practice And Research In Early Years, 01-02 Nov 2013, Birmingham. file

2010

Musgrave, Jackie (2010). Educating the Future Educators: the quest for professionalism in early childhood education. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 11(4) pp. 435–442.

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