Het mediacentrum

Publicaties

Lectorale rede

Boeken & hoofdstukken

  • Siraj, I. & Mayo, A.Y. (2014). Social class and inequality. The impact of parents and schools. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Siraj-Blatchford, I. & Mayo, A.Y. (Eds) (2012). Early Childhood Education. Sage Library of Educational Thought and Practice. London: SAGE Publications.
  • Leseman, P.P.M., Mayo, A.Y., & Scheele, A.F. (2008). Old and new media in the lives of young disadvantaged bilingual children. A.G. Bus & S.B. Neuman (2008) (Eds), Literacy and media. New York: Palmer Press, in press.
  • Mayo, A.Y. (2004). Cognitive co-construction in mother-child interaction. Amsterdam: SCO-Kohnstamm Instituut en Faculteit der Maatschappij- en Gedragswetenschappen, Universiteit Amsterdam (PhD thesis).

Tijdschrift artikelen

  • Mayo, A. &Siraj, I. (forthcoming February 2015 ). Parenting practices that enhance academic success of low SES children. Oxford Review of Education.
  • Siraj-Blatchford, I., Mayo, A., Melhuish, E., Taggart, B., Sammons, P., &Sylva, K., (2013). The learning life course of at ‘risk’ children aged 3-16: Perceptions of students and parents about ‘succeeding against the odds’, Scottish Educational Review, 45 (2), 5-17 .
  • Siraj-Blatchford, I., Mayo, A., Melhuis, E., Taggart, B., Sammons, P. & Sylva, K. (2012).Against All Odds. Why do some children from poor backgrounds do so much better at school than others? Every Child Journal, 2.5, www.teachingtimes.com.
  • Scheele, A.F., Leseman, P.P.M., Mayo, A.Y., & Elbers, E. (2012). Home language and literacy and three year old emergent academic language in narrative and instruction genres. The Elementary School Journal, 112 (3), p. 419-444.
  • Messer, M.H., Leseman, P.P.M., Mayo, A.Y. & Boom, J. (2010). Long-term knowledge supports verbal short-term memory in young native and second language learners. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 105, 306-323.
  • Scheele, A.F., Leseman, P.P.M., & Mayo, A.Y. (2010). The home language environment of mono- and bilingual children and their language proficiency. Applied Psycholinguistics, 31, 117-133.
  • Leseman, P.P.M., Scheele, A.F., Mayo, A.Y., & Messer, M.H. (2009). Bilingual development in early childhood and the languages used at home: competition for scarce resources? The Bilingualism Controversy, 5, p. 289-316.
  • Mayo, A.Y. &Leseman, P.P.M. (2008). Off to a Good Start? Vocabulary development and differences in early family and classroom experiences of children from native-Dutch and immigrant families in the Netherlands. Educational and Child Psychology,25 (3), p. 70-83.
  • Leseman, P.P.M., Scheele, A.F., Mayo, A.Y., & Messer, M.H. (2007). Home literacy as special language environment to prepare children for school. Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaft, 10(3), p.334-355.

Rapporten

  • Siraj-Blatchford, I., Mayo, A., Melhuish, E., Taggart, B., Sammons, P., &Sylva, K., (2011). In-Depth EPPSE Child and Family Case Studies: A mixed method study of the learning life-course of 50 children drawn from the EPPSE 3-16 longitudinal study. London: DfE Research Report DFE-RR128/ Institute of Education, University of London.
  • Siraj-Blatchford, I., Mayo, A., Melhuish, E., Taggart, B., Sammons, P., &Sylva, K., (2011). In-Depth EPPSE Child and Family Case Studies: A mixed method study of the learning life-course of 50 children drawn from the EPPSE 3-16 longitudinal study. Research Brief Nottingham: DfE Research Brief 128/ Institute of Education, University of London.

Conferentie papers en lezingen

  • Mayo, A. (2014). Onderwijs voor 2032; brief aan mijn jongste dochter. Lezing, Onderwijs Dialoog Vereniging van Vrijescholen, Kunsthal Rotterdam, December 2014,
  • Siraj-Blatchford, I., Mayo, A., Melhuis, E., Taggart, B., Sammons, P. & Sylva, K. (2011). The learning life course of at ‘risk’ children aged 3-16: Perceptions of students and parents about ‘succeeding against the odds’. Paper, BERA 2011, Exeter, August 2011.
  • Siraj-Blatchford, I., Mayo, A. Melhuis, E., Taggart, B., Sammons, P. & Sylva, K. (2010). Learning at home and in school across the 3016 life-course: 40 case studies of ‘risk’ and ‘resilience’ from the EPPSE longitudinal study. Paper, BERA 2010, Warwick, September 2010.
  • Leseman, P.P.M. & Mayo, A.Y. (2008).Emergent academic language in native Dutch, Turkish-Dutch and Moroccan-Dutch pre0schoolers. Paper, AERA 2008, New York, April 2008.
  • Mayo, A.Y., & Leseman, P.P.M. (2007).Off to a good start? Vocabulary development and differences in characteristics of early family and classroom experiences of children from native-Dutch speaking families and two ethnic-cultural minority families in the Netherlands. Paper, EARLI, Budapest, Hungary.
  • Leseman, P.P.M. & Mayo, A.M. (2006). Old and new media in the lives of young disadvantaged (bilingual) children at-risk: expectations and research topics. Paper presented at KNAW colloquium "How media can contribute to early literacy", Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  • Mayo, A.Y. (2006). Problems and Solutions with the Analysis of Interactions in the Family Context. Paper, BIKS, Bamberg, Germany. Mayo, A.Y., & Leseman,
  • P.P.M. (2006).Informal daily educational activities and developing language skills of monolingual and bilingual pre-schoolers in the Netherlands. Poster presented at Language Acquisition and Bilingualism, Toronto, Canada.
  • Leseman, P.P.M. & Mayo, A.Y. (2005). Development of academic language skill in bilingual contexts as related to school learning: individual-cognitive, language-structural, and educational determinants. Paper, AERA 2005, Montreal, Canada.
  • Mayo, A.Y. (2005).Cultural diversity in pre-schoolers’ experiences with language, literacy and math activities at home. Paper, JPS Thirty-fifth Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada. Mayo, A.Y. (2005). Culturele diversiteit in thuiservaringen van 3-jarige kinderen met taal, geletterdheid en rekenen [Cultural diversity in 3-year-olds’ home experiences with language, literacy and math activities]. Paper, Interacademiale Leerstoornissen 2005, Leuven, September 2005.
  • Mayo, A.Y. (2004), Developmental changes in co-constructive mother-child interactions in the fourth year of life: micro and macro perspectives. Paper, JPS Thirty-fourth Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada.
  • Mayo, A.Y. (2002), Cognitive co-construction in Dutch and Surinamese families: influences of cultural childrearing beliefs. Paper, ABLE, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.