This workshop will unravel these kinds of questions and offer participants tools for understanding how ‘being intentional’ can enhance and actively promote children’s learning through the planning cycle.
Seeing the process of observation as a way to capture the story that ‘comes to us’ from the child, means that we have an opportunity to create meaningful documentation that authentically reflects the child.
Singing and telling stories together is a valuable communication tool in early childhood settings because it supports close, playful relationships that promote a sense of belonging and well-being.
This introduction to Eco Smart supports early childhood and outside school hours care educators to create a philosophy that instills values for a sustainable world.
Australia’s multicultural society is represented throughout the Early Childhood sector through the diversity of cultures and languages of children and their families.
Critical reflection is about having an open mind as well as being curious, interested and inquisitive. This workshop will provide educators with an opportunity to explore how critical reflection supports their practices of working with children and families.
The diversity of languages and cultures represented in NSW is characteristic of Australia’s multicultural and multilingual society.
This introduction to Eco Smart supports early childhood and outside school hours care educators to create a philosophy that instils values for a sustainable world.
As children’s first and most intimate teachers, parents hold a wealth of knowledge about their children.
Improve how you document and observe children’s play and plan for learning experiences.