Marie Hammer was the National Australia Bank, Yachad Scholar 2004 and is using the outcomes of a study tour in Israel as a cross cultural study dimension to explore the impacts of trauma for young children on their emerging social competence as part of her PhD study.
Commonwealth of Australia, Department of Education, Science & Technology (2005 – 2006) Literacy and Numeracy Innovations, development of ‘Clever Cards.’
OTTE (2006 – 2007) Investigation into field work experience and particular difficulties in articulation from TAFE Diplomas.
Melbourne City Council (2006) Evaluation of Family Age Grouping Models in Long Day Care.
Victorian Government DHS (2006) Implementation of a Validation System for Early Childhood Teachers.
Commonwealth of Australia, Department of Education, Science & Technology (2006 – 2008). DEST Expert Advisory Group.
Victorian Government DHS (2005) Implementation and Evaluation of a Rural Practicum Program.
Commonwealth of Australia, Department of Education, Science & Technology (2004 – 2005) Catch the future literacy and numeracy innovation project.
Victorian Government DHS (2004) Review And write practice notes for Outdoor Play experiences in relation to the Children’s Services Regulations.
Victorian Government DE&ECD (2009 – 2010) Evaluation: Early Start KindergartenMonash University Seeding Grants (2010) Understanding social competence in the preschool years from a cultural-historical perspective
Hammer, M. (2005). Yachad Scholarship. Resource(122), 6-7.
Hammer, M. (2004). Report to Yachad Scholarship Foundation. Melbourne: NAB/WIZO.
Blaise, M, Edwards, S E & Hammer, M D (2007) An Initial Investigation Of The Experiences Amongst Stakeholders Involved In Family Grouping Models In The City Of Melbourne (pp.1-32) Frankston Vic Australia Monash University Faculty of Education Centre for Childhood Studies 1st Project Report / Research Findings
Hammer,M.D. & Nuttall,J. (2008) Barriers and Opportunities in Developing a “best practice” model in early childhood fieldwork placements for students articulating from the TAFE sector. Frankston Vic Australia Monash University Faculty of Education Centre for Childhood Studies Final Report / Research Findings.