Kate Highfield


Contact categoryResearcher (past)
Job titleDeputy Head, Canberra and Regional NSW
Research instituteSchool of Education
Faculty of Education and Arts

Research outputs

A randomised controlled trial of an implementation strategy delivered at scale to increase outdoor free play opportunities in early childhood education and care (ECEC) services : A study protocol for the get outside get active (GOGA) trial
Yoong, Sze Lin, Pearson, Nicole, Reilly, Kathryn, Wolfenden, Luke, Jones, Jannah, Nathan, Nicole, Okely, Anthony, Naylor, Patti-Jean, Jackson, Jacklyn, Giles, Luke, Imad, Noor, Gillham, Karen, Wiggers, John, Reeves, Penny, Highfield, Kate, Lum, Melanie and Grady, Alice. (2022). A randomised controlled trial of an implementation strategy delivered at scale to increase outdoor free play opportunities in early childhood education and care (ECEC) services : A study protocol for the get outside get active (GOGA) trial. BMC Public Health. 22(1), p. Article 610. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-022-12883-w

Journal article

Supporting young children as digital citizens : The importance of shared understandings of technology to support integration in play-based learning
Johnston, Kelly, Highfield, Kate and Hadley, Fay. (2018). Supporting young children as digital citizens : The importance of shared understandings of technology to support integration in play-based learning. British Journal of Educational Technology. 49(5), pp. 896-910. https://doi.org/10.1111/bjet.12664

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Detailing the digital experience : Parent reports of children's media use in the home learning environment
Huber, Brittany, Highfield, Katherine and Kaufman, Jordy. (2018). Detailing the digital experience : Parent reports of children's media use in the home learning environment. British Journal of Educational Technology. 49(5), pp. 821-833. https://doi.org/10.1111/bjet.12667

Journal article

Science education : Adult biases because of the child's gender and gender stereotypicality
Newall, Carol, Gonsalkorale, Karen, Walker, Ellen, Forbes, Anne, Highfield, Kate and Sweller, Naomi. (2018). Science education : Adult biases because of the child's gender and gender stereotypicality. Contemporary Educational Psychology. 55, pp. 30-41. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cedpsych.2018.08.003

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Supporting whole child development in the digital age
Highfield, Kate, Paciga, Katie A. and Donohue, Chip. (2018). Supporting whole child development in the digital age. In In Danby, Susan J., Fleer, Marilyn, Davidson, Christina and Hatzigianni, Maria (Ed.). Digital childhoods : Technologies and children's everyday lives pp. 165-182 Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-10-6484-5_11

Book chapter

Tablet technology and cloud storage as evidence of pedagogic development in pre-service teacher education
Highfield, Kate, De Gioia, Katey and Lane, Rod. (2016). Tablet technology and cloud storage as evidence of pedagogic development in pre-service teacher education. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood. 41(4), pp. 44-51. https://doi.org/10.1177/183693911604100406

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