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Mrs. Eleonora Teszenyi

  • Job title: Senior Lecturer in Education (Early Years)
  • Department: Early Years

General information

Before entering Higher Education in 2010, Eleonora had worked in the early years sector for 19 years as a Foundation Stage teacher, Early Years teacher/Early Years Professional, Local Authority Advisory Teacher and led practice in a Phase I Children’s Centre.  

Teaching

Eleonora is a Senior Lecturer in Education and specialist in Early Years Education at the University of Northampton where she teaches on MA Early Years, PGCE EYTS, BA Early Childhood Studies and Early Years Foundation Degree programmes. She is also a programme leader for the Undergraduate Entry Route to Early Years Teacher Status.  

Research

Current research project: Parent practitioner partnership in Hungary, Kazakhstan, England.

Recently completed research project: Factors influencing parental choice of childcare provision in Hungary.

Publications

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2018

  1. Teszenyi, E. (2018) Children’s communities of mixed-ages. In: Sykes, G. and Teszenyi, E. (eds.) Young Children and Their Communities: Understanding Collective Social Responsibility. Abingdon: Routledge. (In Press)
  2. Teszenyi, E. (2018) Conclusion. In: Sykes, G. and Teszenyi, E. (eds.) Young Children and Their Communities: Understanding Collective Social Responsibility. Abingdon: Routledge. (In Press)
  3. Teszenyi, E. (2018) Friendships in children's communities. In: Sykes, G. and Teszenyi, E. (eds.) Young Children and Their Communities: Understanding Collective Social Responsibility. Abingdon: Routledge. (Accepted)
  4. Sykes, G. and Teszenyi, E. (2018) Introduction. In: Sykes, G. and Teszenyi, E. (eds.) Young Children and their Communities: Understanding Collective Social Responsibility. London: Routledge. (In Press)
  5. Murray, J., Teszenyi, E., Nagy Varga, A., Pálfi, S., Tajiyeva, M. and Iskakova, A. (2018) Parent-practitioner partnerships in early childhood provision in England, Hungary and Kazakhstan: similarities and differences in discourses. Early Child Development and Care. 188(5), pp. 594-612. 0300-4430.
  6. Caldwell, H. and Bugby, M. (2018) The use of technology to build digital communities. In: Sykes, G. and Teszenyi, E. (eds.) Young Children and their Communities: Understanding Collective Social Responsibility. London: Routledge. (In Press)

2016

  1. Teszenyi, E. (2016) Children at four. In: Cox, A. and Sykes, G. (eds.) The Multiple Identities of the Reception Teacher: Pedagogy and Purpose. London: Sage.
  2. Cox, A. and Teszenyi, E. (2016) Time travel, kaleidoscopes and a hat shop. In: Cox, A. and Sykes, G. (eds.) The Multiple Identities of the Reception Teacher: Pedagogy and Purpose. London: Sage.

2015

  1. Teszenyi, E. and Hevey, D. (2015) Age group, location or pedagogue: factors affecting parental choice of kindergartens in Hungary. Early Child Development and Care. 185(11-12), pp. 1961-1977. 0300-4430.
  2. Teszenyi, E. (2015) Role of the adult. In: Cox, A. and Tarry, E. (eds.) Playful Pedagogies: Young Children Learning in International and Multicultural Contexts. Woodbridge: John Catt Educational Ltd.
  3. Murray, J., Teszenyi, E., Tajiyeva, M., Iskakova, A., Vargáné Nagy, A. and Pálfi, S. (2015) Similarities and differences in discourses on practitioner-parent partnerships in early childhood provision in England, Hungary and Kazakhstan. Paper presented to: European Conference on Educational Research (ECER) Conference 2015, Budapest, Hungary, 07-11 September 2015.

2012

  1. Teszenyi, E. (2012) Widening our perspectives: a trip to Hungary. Seminar Presentation presented to: TACTYC 2012 Conference and AGM: Developing Early Years Practice: Reflecting on developments in practice and research, International Conference Centre, Birmingham, 10 November 2012. (Unpublished)
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