Professor Yelland is the founding editor of two journals Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood and Global Studies of Childhood. She is the Series Editor for Routledge (NY) for Changing Images of Early Childhood & has a series entitled Global Childhoods with Springer.
Refereed journal articles
Arnott, L. & Yelland, N.J. (2020). Multimodal lifeworlds: Pedagogies for play inquiries and explorations. Journal of Early Childhood Education Research, 9(1) 124-146
Arvanitis, E., Yelland, N.J. & Kiprianos, P. (2019). ‘Home means everything to me…’: A study of young Syrian refugee’s narratives constructing home. Journal of Refugee Studies. DOI10.1093/jrs/fez030
Hu, X. & Yelland N.J. (2019). Changing learning ecologies in early childhood teacher education: From technology to STEM learning. Bejing International Review of Education, 1(2). 1-21
Arvanitis, E., Yelland, N.J. & Kiprianos, P. (2019). Liminal spaces of temporary dwellings: Transitioning to new lives in times of crisis. Journal of Research in Childhood Education. 33:1, 134-144.
Yelland, N.J. (2018). A pedagogy of multiliteracies: Young children and multimodal learning with tablets. British Journal of Educational Technology. 49(5). 847-858.
Yelland, N.J. & Gilbert, C,L. (2018). Transformative technologies and play in the early years: Using tablets for new learning. Global Studies of Childhood. 8(2). 152-161. DOI:10.1177/2043610617734985
Yelland, N.J., Muspratt, S. & Gilbert, C.L. (2018) Behind the high stakes testing results: Hong Kong children report on aspects of their schooling experiences. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Global Studies.12(4). 1-17.
Lee, I Fang & Yelland, N.J. (2017). Crafting Miniature Students in the Early Years: Schooling for Desirable Childhoods in East Asia. International Journal of Early Childhood. 49(1). 39-56. DOI 10.1007/s13158-017-0183-7
Xu, A & Yelland N.J. (2017). The investigation of ICT adoption of pre-service early childhood teachers’ teaching practicum. Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education.38(3). 259-274. https://doi.org/10.1080/10901027.2017.1335664
Yelland, N.J., Muspratt, S. & Gilbert, C.L. (2017). Exploring the lifeworlds of children in Hong Kong: Parents reporting on after school time use. Educational Review of Research.12(14). 677-687.
Books, reports & volumes
Yelland, N.J. & Franz-Bentley, D. (Eds.) (2018). Found in translation: Connecting reconceptualist thinking with contemporary early childhood practices. New York: Routledge
Yelland, N.J. & Gilbert, C.L (2016) SmartStart: Pathways to new learning for Indigenous children. Report to IBM.
Yelland, N.J. & Gilbert, C.L (2015). Inking your thinking. A report to DET (Victoria) and Microsoft.
Yelland, N.J., Butler, D., & Diezmann, C. (2014). Early mathematical explorations (2nd Ed.). Melbourne: Cambridge University Press.
Yelland, N.J. & Gilbert, C.L. (2014). SmartStart: Creating new contexts for learning in the 21st century. A report for IBM. Melbourne: Victoria University.
Arnott, L. & Yelland, N.J. (in press). Multimodal childhoods: Lifeworlds and lived experiences of young children in pedagogic cultures. In N.J. Yelland, L. Peters, N. Fairchild, M. Tesar, M. Perez (Eds.) Global Childhoods. SAGE handbook, London, UK: SAGE.
Yelland, N.J. (in press) STEM learning ecologies: Supporting the transition from preschool to school in productive partnerships. In S. Garvis & C. Chorssen (Eds.). Embedding STEAM in ECE. London:Palgrave.
Yelland, N.J. (2020). Play and learning in the digital age. In A. Kilderry & B. Raban (Eds.). Strong foundations: Evidence informing practice in early childhood. Melbourne, Victoria: ACER
Yelland, N.J. & Gilbert, C.L. (2020). Digital technologies and literacy contexts for young indigenous children. Global policies and issues. in Tatnall, A. (ed.). (pp 592-607). Springer: New York, NY
Yelland, N.J. & Frantz-Bentley, D. (2018). Found in translation: Reconceptualising early childhood education. In N.J. Yelland & D. Frantz-Bentley.(Eds.). pp8-20. Found in translation: Connecting reconceptualist thinking and contemporary early childhood practices.New York:Routledge.
Yelland, N.J. & Gilbert, C.L. (2017). Reimagining play with new technologies. In L. Arnott (Ed.) Digital technologies and learning in the early years. London, UK: SAGE.