The ECA Learning Hub is pleased to present our subscribers with a number of opportunities for networking over the next few months. Spark a discussion during face-to-face events such as the 2017 Live Wires forums and the 2018 AJEC Research Symposium. Join an online community focused on Leadership with the ECA Leadership Program, or get your team together to watch any of the fantastic ECA Learning Hub webinars available online.
Read on for more information about upcoming events and releases:
Live Wires Forum
Early Childhood Australia (ECA) is pleased to announce the 2017 Live Wires Forum, located in Melbourne from 24–25 November 2017.
The Live Wires Forum is a two-day professional development event connecting the latest thinking in early childhood theory and practice in digital technologies, with hands-on practical sessions. This is your opportunity to connect with other educators and experts about challenges and concerns, current and future directions.
ECA Leadership Program: Modules 5, 6, and 7 are available.
The final three modules are now available via the ECA Leadership Program website. Following the completion of the modules, you can submit your Personalised Professional Learning Plan with optional feedback from a sector leader. ECA Learning Hub Subscribers will receive a discount when registering for the ECA Leadership Program.
Call for AJEC papers
Hurry—there are only four weeks remaining for you to submit your AJEC abstract. We encourage early childhood practitioners, academics, policy-makers and students to share their research at this popular symposium. Apply today.
AJEC Research Symposium: Registrations now open.
Early Childhood Australia is pleased to announce the 2018 AJEC Research Symposium, located in Brisbane from 16–17 February 2018, in partnership with the Queensland University of Technology (QUT). We invite early childhood practitioners, academics, policy–makers and students to exchange ideas, innovative research methodologies and findings.
Changes to the NQF—Coming soon What you need to know—with ACECQA’s Rhonda Livingstone ACECQA’s Rhonda Livingston will provide information on changes to the National Quality Framework (NQF) in a free ECA Learning Hub webinar, to be released later in August.
The Early Childhood Australia (ECA) Learning Hub is an online learning platform that offers online professional learning for educators and other professionals working with children. The ECA Learning Hub is well regarded for producing high-quality online professional learning. We engage subject matter experts, researchers and sector leaders to share research and identify best practices. We develop professional learning that speaks the language of educators and teachers and can be used across the wide range of settings educators may be working in. Our online courses are accessible, affordable and contemporary, ensuring that quality professional learning is available, no matter where and when it is needed.