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Environments for learning, teaching and living: The principles of the educational project of Reggio Emilia in the Australian context
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ECA have curated a collection of resources to enable early childhood educators to support their thinking about the principles of the educational project of Reggio Emilia.
 

eSafety: Professional Learning Modules
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The eSafety Professional Learning Modules are unique professional learning opportunities developed by the eSafety Commissioner and Early Childhood Australia.
 

ECA Reconciliation Symposium 2019 Speaker: Dr Sue Lopez Atkinson
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Dr Sue Lopez Atkinson shares personal and research perspectives in this free webinar from the 2019 Reconciliation Symposium.
 

Playing with Gratitude
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This webinar examines the science of gratitude and how combining it with the powerful influence of co-play enables positive change in the wellbeing of children from birth up to the age of five.
 

Professionalism, paperwork and pedagogy: Leading professional practice in long day care
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This on-demand webinar is a panel discussion with Susan Irvine, Karen Thorpe, and Jane Bourne and explores leadership approaches and strategies for professional practice in long day care.
 

AEDC Resources
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Early Childhood Australia has worked with the Queensland Government,Department of Education and Training to develop a suite of free Australian Early Development Census (AEDC) resources to support the critical work of the early childhood sector and their communities in providing the best developmental opportunities for children.
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Flexibility Practices and Patterns
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Early Childhood Australia conducted research on flexible practices and patterns across the early childhood sector, funded in partnership through the Commonwealth Government’s Child Care Flexibility Fund. The purpose of the project was to identify innovative flexible practices being delivered by the early childhood sector, examine how flexible services operate and function and identify barriers restricting current operators being able to increase flexibility for families. The project will also assist the sector to learn from the implementation of flexible practices at other services.
 

Babies and Toddlers: Amazing Learners
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The three videos in this collection highlight and showcase selected examples of significant learning in the birth-to-three-years period. The aim is to make babies’ and toddlers’ learning visible and, by doing so, to expand awareness and appreciation of it.
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Reconciliation
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A comprehensive list of resources and online information for Early Childhood Educators about supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander educators, cultural awareness, events and celebrations, relationships with families, creating culturally welcoming spaces and more.
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Children’s Rights
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Early Childhood Australia's (ECA) vision is that every young child is thriving and learning. Our work is guided by the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC).