Preface 1. Changing contexts 2. Constructions of the young 3. Digital cultures and early adolescents 4. What is middle years provision? 5. Australia: Creating a space for the middle years 6. Middle years provision in Australia 7. Key issues in classroom provision 8. Effective middle years practice 9. Moving forward References Index
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