Professionalism, paperwork and pedagogy: Leading professional practice in long day care

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Presenters

Jane Bourne
Jane Bourne is an early childhood professional who has taught and led within diverse ECEC settings. She is currently the CEO of Lady Gowrie Qld, which delivers a range of education and care services throughout Queensland. Jane is also President of ECA (Qld Branch). Jane’s extensive experience has allowed her to pursue her passion for...
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Prof. Karen Thorpe
Karen Thorpe is Deputy Director-Research at the Institute for Social Science Research where she also leads the Childhood Development, Education and Care Research group.  Her research focus is early childhood education and care environments; particularly the interplay of ECEC quality and the ECEC workforce.   In 2013 she was named by the Australian Financial Review as...
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Assoc. Professor Susan Irvine
Susan Irvine is an early childhood professional with diverse work experience, including leadership roles in ECEC service provision, policy and higher education.  Current research interests include: ECEC policy, leadership in ECEC and workforce development. Susan is an Associate Professor in the School of Early Childhood and Inclusive Education at Queensland University of Technology. Related

Description

This soon to be released on-demand webinar is a panel discussion providing an opportunity to learn what leadership approaches and strategies enable professional practice in long day care.

After completing this webinar you will learn

  • What the term professional practice means to you,
  • How centres enable professional practice,
  • The difference enabling leadership makes, and
  • How to enable professional practice.