Loraine A Fordham


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Dr Loraine Fordham (PhD; MECh; Dip Fam Th; LCST) is a Senior Lecturer and Researcher in the field of early childhood. Loraine has a PhD in early childhood (exploring families' experiences of family-centred practice) and has worked as an academic, researcher and speech pathologist in a range of early childhood, academic, health and community organisations.

From 2014-2016 Loraine completed a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship with the Children's Protection Society in Melbourne, evaluating high quality early education and care practices with children and families experiencing vulnerabilities.

Loraine's teaching and research interests are in relational pedagogy (birth to 2 years), family-centred practices; inclusive education in early years settings; speech and language development; children's well-being; and high quality early childhood education and care.

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Lecturer, Charles Sturt University

1 Nov 201031 Aug 2019


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