Modules

The ECA Learning Hub offers interactive online learning modules that include video and written resources to help educators gain a thorough and practical understanding of standards, frameworks and research about quality practice, including the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and the National Quality Standard (NQS).

Hosted on a professional Learning Management System, we blend proven learning principles and methodologies with eLearning best practice and interactivity in order to create effective online training solutions. Our courses are designed to put the learner in control of their own training, facilitating the best outcome for users of all learning styles. We aim to create eLearning modules that guarantee usability, design and most importantly, learner outcomes.

Take a moment to browse through our module topics. Access all modules as a part of a Learning Hub Annual Subscription, or purchase each title individually through our Learning Hub Online Portal.

 

Partnerships with Families

Price $38.50
This module has been developed to help educators build and strengthen partnerships with families on an ongoing basis, taking into account different circumstances and settings.
 

Reconciliation in action part 2

Price $38.50
This module supports educators to learn and teach about Indigenous culture and Reconciliation with children.
 

Developing and maintaining a Quality Improvement Plan

Price $38.50
The module encourages a team-based approach to developing and using a QIP, seeking the involvement of all educators, children and families.
 

Supporting Child-led Inquiry

Price $38.50
This module explores practices of child-led inquiry, and reinforces the importance of awe and wonder in sustaining a love of learning. It features a powerful interview with US early childhood expert Ann Pelo, and real-life insights from Australian educators.
 

Documenting and Assessing Children’s Learning

Price $38.50
This module has been developed to provide an understanding of how documenting and assessing children’s learning helps educators gain a deeper understanding of children’s interests, strengths and abilities, and how educators use this knowledge to support and extend children’s learning.