Keynote Address – Learning to Live Together in Culturally Diverse Societies of the Pacific: Culturally Responsive Pedagogy
This keynote address, Professor Rigney discusses the importance of heritage of Aboriginal people, and that the teaching of this heritage is essential. He talks about... Read More
Keynote Address – Professor Martin Westwell – People who are “like-me” and people who are not.
Australian children are developing into adolescents and young adults who cannot see their own competence. Their self-efficacy and willingness to “have a go” do not... Read More
This on-demand webinar explores the five steps of emotion coaching: emotional awareness, connecting, listening, naming emotions and finding good solutions. When used effectively, emotion coaching can be used by educators and other professionals working with young children to build trusting and respectful relationships.
Expanding on ideas and concepts developed the module ‘Documenting and assessing children’s learning’ by Dr Anne Kennedy, Part II focuses on using this understanding as the foundation of the educational program—for each child’s learning and development and for future programming.
This module has been developed to provide early childhood educators with an opportunity to consider why children on the autism spectrum may display challenging behaviour and how best to support them.
This module explores current theories of language learning and provides practical examples of ways educators can support young children’s language development.
Anne Stonehouse AM and Michelle Gujer explore the methods in which educators can create a thriving culture of learning within their settings to support good practice and provide best outcomes for children.
This module will introduce you to ways of seeing and using routines and transitions to highlight their enormous potential for learning and enrichment.