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Programming and Pedagogy

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Supporting Children’s self-regulation: birth to three years
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Price $38.50
In this module, we focus on how educators can help very young children to learn how to understand, name and manage their emotions, and to begin self-regulating their own behaviour.
 

Teaching young children to manage their emotions in early childhood education & care settings
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Price $25.00
This is a practical, not-to-be-missed session, presented by trusted Child Psychiatrist Dr Kaylene Henderson for ECEC professionals working with 0-5's.
 

Using Critical Reflection
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Price $38.50
This module explains how critical reflection forms a crucial part of professional practice in early childhood education and care, and provides a model and suggestions for how to make critical reflection a positive part of everyday practice.
 

Outdoor Learning
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Price $38.50
This module has been developed to explore the importance of outdoor environments for children's learning, and show how educators can plan and use outdoor spaces with children. We will also address some of the fears about risky play and explain how educators and children can manage risk without removing challenges and fun.
 

Putting Children’s Rights into Action
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Price $25.00
This webinar will inspire you to find innovative ways to support children’s rights in early learning settings and provide the chance to share creative ideas and discussion.
 

Supporting Effective Transitions to School and School Age Care
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Price $25.00
Starting school is one of the major transitions individuals make throughout their lives. While the transition to school can be a time of excitement and eagerness, it can also be tinged with anxiety and concern.
 

Self-regulation development: strategies for working with children and parents
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Price $25.00
Learn how educators (and parents) can play an important role in helping children to develop better self-regulation skills.
 

The Great Outdoors
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Price $25.00
As Australians, we tend to think of ourselves as an “outdoors” culture. But do we really make the best use of our outdoor spaces? How can we provide spaces that invite genuine, meaningful learning for children – not just a space for physical play, but one for inquiry, curiosity and exploration as well. This webinar will help to show you how.
 

Having fun with maths and numeracy in early childhood settings
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Price $25.00
In this webinar, Jenni Connor explores practical ways of building children’s maths and numeracy understandings through play-based programs. It informs educational leaders about how to guide staff in creating environments for learning numeracy and responding to children’s play in intentional ways.
 

Supporting children’s imaginative play: pitfalls and possibilities
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Price $25.00
This one-hour webinar recording, presented by Associate Professors Bev Flückiger (Griffith University) and Julie Dunn (Griffith University), is designed to provide participants with new ways of thinking about and supporting young children’s imaginative play.