Explore how the environment and the role of the teacher can hinder or support motor development and how the RIE® Principles fosters social emotional skills like cooperation and self-confidence.
Children connect with the space of their learning environment through their relationships with people, places and things.
A series of three workshops: Primary Educator Relationships, Revisiting Caregiving as Pleasurable Moments and Physical Environments that Support Uninterrupted Play.
An Aboriginal Art inspired workshop that will provide early childhood educators with information on the history of Aboriginal Art across Australia, including practical examples of storytelling.
From ages one to three toddlers are on the go, this 6-hour workshop will help us actively engage in the life and world of the toddler.
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.
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.